Pucovski was hit on the head by India's reserve pacer Kartik Tyagi during the practice match and looked shaken.
Harris has been drafted into the team after Will Pucovski was ruled out of the series opener alongside David Warner.
Will Pucovski has been ruled out of Australia's opening Test against India due to concussion, with Marcus Harris added to the squad.
Australia will likely have a new look opening combination in Joe Burns and Marcus Harris following injuries to David Warner and in-form young gun Will Pucovski
Will Pucovski, who was considered a sure-shot selection for the series-opener, was hit on the helmet by pacer Kartik Tyagi. It is the ninth time that he has suffered from a concussion injury
Pucovski was batting on 23 when he was hit on the helmet by a delivery from Kartik Tyagi in the 13th over of Australia A's second innings.
Pucovski, who has been is seeking a berth in the Australia Test squad for the upcoming India series
Eyeing places in Australia's team for the first Test, Will Pucovski and Joe Burns fell cheaply.
The tour games will be a chance to sort out India's combinations both in the batting and bowling departments ahead of the opening Day-Night Test scheduled at Adelaide from December 17
Will Pucovski might just make the playing XI for the Tests starting December 17 as David Warner is recovering from a groin injury
The Australians have already made a statement of sort with their dominant ODI series win as their batsmen came down heavily on the fancied Indian bowlers.
Coach Justin Langer says the temporarily vacant opening slot will go to the one who performs well for Australia A
David Warner insisted he would be happy with whoever he opens with for Australia, but the left-hander talked up his partnership with Joe Burns.
The legendary player says that the series 'fate lies on selection choices'
Pucovski was named in a 17-member Australian Test squad for the four-match series against India, after back-to-back double hundreds in the Sheffield Shield
Despite Will Pucovski scoring truckload of runs in the Marsh Sheffield Shield, Australia Test captain Paine hinted that Joe Burns may continue his opening partnership with David Warner
Will Pucovski and Cameron Green have well and truly earned their spots in Australia's Test squad, but may still have to wait for opportunities
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