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Many Australian players were injured even before the Test series. After that the team got defeated in the first two test matches. Then fast bowler Josh Hazlewood was also ruled out of the entire series.
The Indian team has made a great start in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Team India has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series by winning the first two matches. On the other hand, for the Australian team, the tour of India so far has been no less than a nightmare. None of the bets of Australia's team is sitting right. Captain Pat Cummins has returned home. Josh Hazlewood has been ruled out of the entire Test series due to injury. Ashton Agar is also not sure of playing in the third test match. Now another player of the Australian team may be out of the entire series. Let's know about this player.
According to the report of Australian newspaper The Herald Sun, injured David Warner may return to Australia. While batting in the second Test, Warner was hit on the elbow and helmet by a ball from Mohammad Siraj, which caused him a hairline fracture in the elbow and a head injury, after which he was ruled out of the second Test. Matt Ranshaw came out to bat in his place. Warner has won many matches for the Australian team on his own. If he is out, it will be nothing short of a shock for the Australian team. He has scored 8158 runs in 103 Tests for the Australian team, scoring 25 centuries.
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Australian captain Pat Cummins has returned home due to family problems. On the other hand, Josh Hazlewood is out of the entire Test series due to injury. Australian batsmen are not able to stand on Indian spin supportive pitches. He is struggling to score runs. Australia had to face defeat in the first test match against India by innings and 132 runs. At the same time, faced defeat by 6 wickets in the second match.
Left-arm spinner Ashton Agar and batsman Matthew Renshaw are also likely to return to Australia after being injured.
Many Australian players will leave the Test series and return home, The Australian team is surrounded by troubles at the moment. Josh Hazlewood has been ruled out of the tour due to injury. He will return home. Captain Pat Cummins has returned home due to family reasons. Pat Cummins is expected to return within a week and will lead the team in the Indore Test. But the situation is not clear about his condition right now.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc is fit to play in the third Test. Mitchell Swepson is also expected to return to the squad, having returned home for the birth of his first child. By the way, the Australian team can release some players, who can return home and participate in domestic cricket.