Several foreign players have fallen ill in Sri Lanka during the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup.
Spinner Brad Hogg missed training for a second successive day because of illness, but Australia remains hopeful the veteran spinner will be available for Saturday's World Twenty20 match against West Indies.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc also missed a fielding session under lights at Premadasa Stadium on Thursday because of gastro problems, but is expected to play against the Windies.
"Starcy was certainly on the mend. We'll make a call," News.com.au quoted captain George Bailey, as saying.
"We're certainly not the only team that has had to deal with that in the last few days. That's something we'll have to adjust to," he added.
New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee and batsman Rob Nicol were also reported to be too ill to travel with the team from Colombo to Kandy earlier this week.
Both of them stayed in Colombo with the New Zealand team doctor and Southee was taken to hospital to be treated for dehydration.
Former captain Daniel Vettori also suffered a stomach ailment but recovered to travel with the team and is expected to play in tonight's (Friday's) match against Bangladesh.
South Africa also had five players fall ill but they recovered in time to play last night's (Thursday's) lop-sided match against Zimbabwe.
Indian duo of Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina also missed the practice session on Friday due to illness. (ANI)