Pat Cummins is returning home due to family health issues. Due to a significant health crisis in his family, the 29-year-old is departing the Australian camp.
Pat Cummins, Australia’s captain, is on his way to Sydney following his team’s second consecutive loss in the current Border Gavaskar series in Delhi. Due to a significant health situation in his family. The 29-year-old is departing the Australian camp and will return to the subcontinent ahead of the third Test, which begins on March 1.
After a second consecutive defeat within three days of a Test match. The Australian squad will have a nine-day respite before facing the local team in Indore. The Australian captain will spend a few days in Sydney before returning to prepare for the upcoming Test match against the hosts.
Cummins, his side’s solitary pacer in the second Test, did not bowl in the second innings as India completed a straightforward chase to take an unassailable lead in the series and retain the Border Gavaskar Trophy. If the Aussie fast does not recover in time for the third Test. Vice Captain Steve Smith will captain the side against the tenacious Indians.
Mitchell Swepson, Mitchell Starc, and Josh Hazlewood are all hoping to play in the third Test
According to sources, young legspinner Mitchell Swepson. Who departed for the birth of his first child last week, is poised to rejoin the Australian camp ahead of the third Test. Although Scott Boland and Lance Morris await their turn. Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood are set to make the first squad for the forthcoming Test provided they recover from their ailments.
Aside from the bowlers. The Australian squad will have to make a few adjustments in the batting department after David Warner’s elbow injury has ruled him out of the series. The southpaw will be a major loss for the visitors. Who have yet to adjust to the characteristics of Indian wickets.