James Pattinson ruled out of SCG Test against India

James Pattinson ruled out of SCG Test against India

James Pattinson (Pic Source : Twitter)

With ongoing Test series, between India and Australia, the most influential thing is going on his player’s fitness issue which constantly affecting into major injuries. Already both the team has been lack off a lot in the injury saga whether it is in the Indian team or the Australian Team. Now, again Hosts has been struck with injury tale by one of the pacer James Pattinson who has been ruled out of third test at SCG.

The third tests will commence from 7th January. He has sustained injury in ribs due to fall from the home, he hasn’t played any matches yet but with this injury it is also likely faded that he would also been absent in the final test match.

With the exit of James Pattinson, hosts aren’t looking any backup bowler as they already have option with Sean Abbott and Micheal Neser.

Options are there but according to the consistency and reports, Kangaroos will only go with the same bowling unit of three pacers and one spinner that is Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc with lone spinner Nathon Lyon respectively.

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Both the teams are locked the series with 1-1 yet. The first match was dominated totally by the Mighty Hosts whereas the second test was won by Indian team and now with the third test will be the decider option to whom the team will almost lock the series.

Now both the teams will march towards Sydney on Monday for the upcoming Third Test match.

KL RAHUL ruled out from the rest of the test series

“KL Rahul sprained his left wrist while batting in the nets at the MCG during Team India’s practice session on Saturday. The wicketkeeper-batsman will not be available for the remaining two Tests of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as he will need about three weeks time to recover completely and regain full strength. He will now return to India and head to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru for further rehabilitation of his injury,” BCCI stated in a statement.


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