Adam Voges (center left) being handed his Baggy Green by Brendon Julien (center right) Picture Courtesy: Cricket Australia
Adam Voges (center left) being handed his Baggy Green by Brendon Julien (center right) Picture Courtesy: Cricket Australia

Adam Voges is all set to make his Test debut for Australia in the first match against West Indies at Dominica. He has, in the process become the 442nd cricketer to don the coveted Baggy Green. At the age of 35, he happens to be one of the oldest cricketers to make a Test debut.

Though he has not played a Test, he possesses a wealth of experience in the form of plenty of First-Class matches. Precisely, he has played 160 First-Class matches and boasts an impressive average of 45.52. To add to that he is capable of rolling his arm over and averages a decent 33.42 in that department. LIVE SCORECARD: West Indies vs Australia 1st Test, Day 1 at Dominica

He has featured in One-Day International’s (ODIs) for Australia in the past, but making a debut in the white flannels will be a completely different and special experience for Voges.