The second Test match is being played between India vs Australia in Melbourne. Australian batsmen are not able to do anything amazing at the crease in this match. In such a situation, the Australian camp is waiting for David Warner the most. Australia coach Justin Langer hopes Warner can be fit and play the match by the third Test.
Third Test in Sydney
Australian batsman David Warner is struggling to fit until the third match of the four-match Test series against India. The third Test between the two teams is to be played in Sydney from January 7. Australian head coach Justin Langer said before the start of the second Test that Warner was struggling to run.
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Warner expected to be fit
However Langer also said that he hoped Warner would be fit by the third Test. Warner suffered a groin injury in the second ODI against India. He is still recovering from his groin injury. Langer said in an interview with former captain Ricky Ponting on Channel 7, ‘There is no professional like him and he is doing everything to recover. We have seen him bat before the day. He will also bat at the MCG this afternoon. Looking at the batting, he is doing well. They are having problems with the groin. ‘
Langer disappointed with batsmen
He said, ‘The race between his wickets, his movements. He is close to recovering and we hope he returns well. He is also hoping well, but only time has told us. There are still a few more days in the next Test match. Langer expressed disappointment that his batsmen could not partner in the first innings.