A clip of a video interview of star all-rounder Shane Watson, who reveals his thoughts on the homeworkgate scandal which rocked the Australian team during their tour of India in 2013.

Meanwhile, injury-prone Australian all-rounder Shane Watson said Monday he will make his return from injury in a Sydney club cricket match this weekend. Watson, 33, has not played since the Indian Premier League (IPL) in May after being ruled out of Australia’s tours of Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates with complications from stepping on a ball during training.

Originally it was an ankle injury which sidelined Watson for the one-day tri-series in Zimbabwe. Then related calf soreness kept him out of Australia’s current internationals against Pakistan in the UAE. Watson said he was on the way back to full fitness and plans to play in a Twenty20 game with his Sutherland club on Sunday.

“If everything goes well this week I should be available to play a game on Sunday for my club team,” he said. “I’m very excited to be back playing. It’s the biggest break I’ve had in three or four years so I’m really itching to get back. It’s been a pretty slow process coming back after standing on the ball (in August).”