The fast bowler Kane Richardson will play no further part in Australia‘s limited-overs tour of India, with Andrew Tye on Wednesday named his replacement.

Richardson has been ruled out of the remaining T20I and five ODIs on account of a side injury. (READ: India chase series-levelling win against Australia)

As reported by, Richardson sustained the injury while batting in the nets in Hyderabad last week ahead of Sunday’s T20I. The 28-year-old was part of Australia’s practice session in Bangalore on Tuesday, but after sending down a few deliveries he left the nets.

“Kane reported some left side pain at training prior to the opening T20I in Vizag,” said Australia team physio David Beakley. “Unfortunately he has not recovered well enough in order to play a further part in the tour. Kane will return home to continue his rehabilitation, and we (will) monitor his progress over the coming weeks.”

A recall for Tye, who last played an ODI for Australia in June 2018, potentially puts him in the frame for a 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup spot.

In his last ODI in England last summer, Tye became the second Australian bowler in history to concede 100 runs in an ODI.

The 32-year-old has played seven ODIs and 26 T20Is for Australia. He has been recalled after claiming 17 wickets for Perth Scorchers in the recent BBL.