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Josh Hazlewood delivered the first ball of his second over of the day when he clutched his left side Getty Images (File Photo)

Dhaka: Australia suffered a major injury scare as fast bowler Josh Hazlewood left the field early on Day Three of the opening Test against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium due to a side injury. The 22-year-old delivered the first ball of his second over of the day when he clutched his left side before eventually conveying skipper Steven Smith that he would need the injury to be assessed, reports ESPNcricinfo. Besides Hazlewoo, Pat Cummins is the other pacer which has been chosen by Australia for the ongoing Test. Meanwhile, two spinners namely Nathan Lyon and Ashton Agar were also picked, with all-rounder Glenn Maxwell included in the squad as a part-time off-spinner. It is now unclear if Hazlewood would be able to continue in the game. FULL CRICKET UPDATES: Bangladesh vs Australia 2017, 1st Test at Dhaka, Day 3

Meanwhile, Bangladesh set Australia a target of 265 to win the first Test after the hosts were bowled out for 221 in their second innings in Dhaka on Tuesday. Off-spinner Nathan Lyon took 6-82 as Bangladesh lost nine wickets in little over two sessions on the third day after resuming on 45-1. Tamim Iqbal top-scored with 78. Bangladesh, ranked a lowly ninth in Tests, are seeking their first-ever win over Australia in what is only their fifth Test meeting. Australia are fourth in the rankings, as reported by AFP.