IND vs AUS: Australia has shamefully lost 2 Tests under the Border-Gavaskar Trophy being played between India and Australia. Where he was defeated by an innings and 132 runs in Nagpur, he had to face defeat by 6 wickets in the Delhi Test. Now even before the third Test to be held in Indore, half of Australia's players have returned home.
According to the information, till Tuesday, 8 days before the Indore Test, half of the Australian team has returned to their country. First David Warner, then Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, now Matt Renshaw and Lance Morris have also returned to Australia. Know below why these players have returned back to Australia.
These players kept returning back home
- Pat Cummins
- Josh Hazlewood
- david warner
- Todd Murphy
- lance morris
- Matthew Renshaw
- ashton ager
Why are Australian players returning?
According to Inside Sports, captain Pat Cummins has returned home due to a family medical condition. David Warner has been ruled out of this series due to elbow injury. At the same time, Josh Hazlewood is also injured. Ashton Agar is returning home as the team management has no plans for him in the series. It is being told that he will play in the Sheffield Shield. At the same time, Toddy Murphy is battling a side strain. Pacer Lance Morris is also looking to play in the Sheffield Shield as Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green are fit to play.