Australian speedster Mitchell Starc is fit and ready for playing against triseries in West Indies


New Delhi : There is bad news for batsman, because Australian speedster Mitchell Starc, who rejoined with the national side after a six-month injury layoff. Must say that it is good news for Mitchell Starc fans. Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Starc said on Thursday that he was raring to go after six months on the sidelines, declaring himself "fit, strong and ready". He is ready for ODI series against West Indies and South Africa in the Caribbean.

The 26-year-old left-hander has not played since suffering a stress fracture in his foot during the inaugural day-night Test against New Zealand in Adelaide last November. In an interview  Mitchell Starc says "It's been a long time coming. The foot has been great, there's no pain in the ankle or the foot. I've had a good three or four months in gym to get a bit of size back on, and I'm feeling really good; fit, strong and ready to play some cricket. . Australia will play their first match of the tri-series against the West Indies in Guyana on June 5.