Last ODI and T20 against India due to injury Out of series Getting fit before the Test series will be a big challenge for David Warner.
Australia headcoach Justin Langer says that he is not sure of Warner’s fit for the Test series.
However, he also says that Warner will do everything possible to keep himself fit for the first Test.
Not sure if Warner-Langer will be fit for first test
SEN’s Sportsday Talking to Langer, the injury to Warner’s groin is very painful.
He added, “It felt as if he was shot and he was in a lot of pain. We have just come to Canberra so we will not be able to see him for the next five-six days. I am not sure that he will be there for the first test. Will fit. We may have a deficit. ”
Warner was injured during the second ODI.
During the second ODI, while trying to stop the shot played by Shikhar Dhawan in the fourth over at the time of India’s batting. Warner injured they were finished.
Warner had to resort to team physio and Glenn Maxwell to go off the field.
Warner was unable to walk properly and shortly after, he was seen leaving the field for a scan.
Choosing a team will be easy for me – Langer
If Warner does not fit, then Langer will not have the trouble of choosing one of Will Pukowski and Joe Burns.
He said, “There is no doubt that I am quite relaxed. I don’t have to worry about who we are going to select for the Test series. I have said many times that choosing a team is the most difficult thing. A lot of people Has a chance to make room. ”
Test series will start from December 17
The Test series will begin in Adelaide from 17 December and the first Test will be Day-Night.
Warner’s performance in the current series against India has been superb and he has scored two consecutive half-centuries.
In the first ODI, he scored 69 runs in 76 balls and 83 runs in 77 balls in the second ODI.
For Warner, he will be a very strong side for Australia, running in great rhythm.