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Australian opener David Warner is also skeptical of playing in the third Test match against Team India. He said that would not be able to fit 100%. Warner suffered an injury in the second match of the ODI series.
Australian opener David Warner said there was doubt about 100 percent fit before the third Test in Sydney. In such a situation, he will not be able to do his work better. On Saturday morning, Warner told the journalist, “I have not been running for two days. After training today and tomorrow I will know how fit I am. I doubt I will be able to get 100. I will be able to get fitness I might be doing something. “
Run between the most important wickets
Warner further said that the most important thing for me right now is to run between the wickets. Right now it does not matter which shot I am able to play and which I am not able to play. I want to be 100 percent fit. But I am finding it difficult at the moment and I am working on it. Whether or not I will be able to play in the third Test depends on how capable I am of playing slip during the shooting. I know I can manage running with a shot. But I also have to catch catches in slip. How fit I am to do it will be decided after that.
Warner was asked who would be his opening partner in the absence of Joe Burns. In such a situation, he said that it depends on the selectors. My play is not sure. In such a situation, I cannot say anything. Matthew Wade has started the innings well with Joe Burns. I may or may not stay. He is able to put pressure on the Indian bowlers. Warner suffered an injury in the second match of the three-match ODI series against Team India. After which he could not play the first two matches of the four Test matches series along with three T20 matches.
India and Australia draw 1-1 in the series
Australia and India are 1-1 in the series. The first Test was won by Australia defeating Team India by 8 wickets. While India won the second Test by defeating Australia by eight wickets.
Apart from Warner, Will Pukowski returns to Australia team
The 34-year-old Warner has been included in Australia’s squad. He will train in Melbourne on Saturday and Sunday. After that Monday will leave for Sydney with the team. Warner has two days before arriving in Sydney, in which he can work on his fitness. In addition to Warner, the team includes Will Pukowski. While the opener Joe Burns has been dropped. Pukowski also suffered a head injury in a practice match. Due to which he was not in the team in the first two Tests. In the absence of Warner, Matthew Wade opened the innings with Joe Burns in the first two games.