A series of 4 Test matches is being played between India and Australia, where Australia has lost both the opening tests.
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Australia’s tour of India has not been anything special so far. The visiting team has lost both the opening Test matches and now news is coming that 5 Australian players will return home in the middle of the series. Out of these 5, 2 will not even come back. Australian captain Pat Cummins will fly to Australia due to family reasons. At the same time, there is news of opener David Warner and Josh Hazlewood returning home with them.
Actually there is a time of about 10 days between the second and third test. According to media reports, Cummins will leave for Sydney during this time, but he will return before the start of the third Test.
Turmoil in Australian camp
After the news of Cummins returning home, there is news of Warner and Hazlewood also going back, in which there has been a stir in the Australian camp. Hazlewood is still not fully fit from the injury, which took place in the Sydney Test last month. Now the news of his exit from the entire series is coming.
career saving stroke
Warner has also not recovered from the injury suffered in the first innings of the second test. According to media reports, he has also been ruled out of the remaining two tests and will return home. India tour for Warner was very important for his career. His career is considered to be in danger, in such a situation, Warner had a great opportunity to tour India to save his career, but he was able to score only 11 runs in the first Test of the series. At the same time, he scored 15 runs in the first innings of the second Test, but during this he also suffered an elbow injury, from which he could not recover yet. According to the news of the Sydney Morning Herald, Ashton Egger and Matt Renshaw can also be sent home. Renshaw replaced Warner in the middle of the last match.