Injury Scare for Australian Player in the Gabba Test against India

Injury Scare for Australian Player in the Gabba Test against India

Mitchell Starc (Pic Source : Twitter)

Right now both the teams are fighting for the last match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and it’s been the day-4 where Mighty Australian set a huge target of 328 on the board. Now only 1 day is left to know who will clinch the Trophy.

The hosts has total of 98 overs in their kitty to bowl out visitors and conquer the trophy whereas visitors has a whole day to chase out the target. Chances of rain is also in the notes now let’s see what happens tomorrow.

With just one day left for the end of the series, Australian speedster Mitchell Starc might be in a concern over injury as he was seen in some kind off hamstring pain just after the first over and if he gets rules out then, hosts will be in a huge trouble.

Steven Smith is also concerned about Starc’s presence in the final session and team will hope for the best.

“I saw the same thing when he was walking back, he was grabbing at his right hamstring”.

“I’m sure he will get it assessed by the medical staff and one thing I know about Mitchell is he’s tough and he’s played through some injuries before and got the job done. He will be hopefully good to go”. Quoted by Steven Smith as said by The Courier Mail.

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Pat Cummins was also hit on elbow

While Kangaroos were batting, World’s No.1 bowler was hit on elbow which was bowled by Mohammad Siraj which eventually led him not to take the field in the second innings.

It is supposed that Cummins could come to field tomorrow as the serious doesn’t seem too serious. As it is known that Australian side definitely need their four permanent bowlers on the field tomorrow to restrict the visitors to achieve this Gabba Test whereas Indian Team will definitely look to sustain throughout the day and win the series.

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