new Delhi: The Test series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) will start from January 17. Before that, the Australian team has suffered a big setback. The number of injuries to his players is increasing. David Warner, Will Pokowski, Marcus Harris and now Harry Conway. Not only Australia but Ravindra Jadeja of Team India have also been injured on this tour.
The big thing of all is that most of the players have got injuries on their heads. The players who have suffered injuries due to concussion include Ravindra Jadeja of India, Will Pucovski of Australia and Cameron Green. Now the name of Harry Conway has also been added to this list. It would not be wrong to say that it is becoming fatal.
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Harry Conway also became a victim of concussion
The problem of the Australian team struggling with the injuries of the players has increased. Medium fast bowler Harry Conway succumbed to concussion (head injury) against India in a pink ball practice match.
On the number eleventh batsman, Conway had to face a volley of bouncers from India’s all-round fast attack. He was hit in the head at the end of the first day’s play. Mark Steketee was included in the team for his last two days of play.
Pukowski was injured on Tyagi’s bouncer
In the Test match against India, Will Pucovski, who was on the threshold of his debut, had a bouncer ball from India A player Karthik Tyagi at the helm after which he was retired retired. For this reason, Pukowski was not part of the Australia A team in the second practice match.
Green also suffered a head injury
Cameron Green of Australia-A was hit in the head during the bowling on the first day of the practice match being played against India. Bumrah hit a straight drive off Green’s ball, which hit the 21-year-old player’s hand and hit it directly in his head. He is out of the second practice match.
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Jadeja was out due to head injury
In the first T20 played between India and Australia, Jadeja suffered a head injury during the match. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja opted out of the T20 series due to concussion controversy. He was hit at the helmet in the last over of India’s innings. After this, he could not return to the field.