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Australian Player David Warner not playing Test Match against India

The team's veteran opener David Warner could be missed. According to the news, David Warner will not be able to play the first Test match against India.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 9 Dec 2020 9:06 AM GMT

Australian Player David Warner not playing Test Match against India
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New Delhi: Australia's team has suffered a big setback before the Test series. The team's veteran opener David Warner could be missed. According to the news, David Warner will not be able to play the first Test match against India.

A good news for Team India:

Although this news proves to be bad for Australia's team and their fans, but for India it is a relief news. On 17 December, the match between India and Australia will be played in Adelaide. Now when Warner is not playing in this match, Australia will have to field a new opening pair.

The last time the Indian team went to Australia for the Test series, Warner and Smith were not there. The benefit of which was given to Team India, and they won the series.

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David Warner not playing in test series:

Actually, David Warner will not be able to play in this match due to injury. Whose information has also given them. After which he will now be able to play in the second Test match to be held in Melbourne. On his injury, Warner says he is recovering fast on his injury.

He is working hard to get fit.Warner said that his injury has been largely cured. But until it is 100% satisfied, it is not right to go to the world. A second Test will be played between India and Australia from 26 November in which he can return.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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