Sydney: Australia team has suffered a big setback. In-form David Warner will not play in the remaining matches of ODIs and T20 series against India due to Groin Injury during the second ODI. The right-handed Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne has said that he is ready to play an opener for his team in the absence of David Warner.
This means that Warner will not play in the third ODI and three-match T20 series.
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Marnus Labuschagne has said, ‘Of course, if I am asked to bat open, I would love to do this. We will see how our team plays in the next few matches. But yes I will enjoy it ‘.
He said, ‘My job at number-4 is to read the situation and play my game accordingly.
Australia had scored 374 against India in the first ODI and 389 runs in the second ODI.
In the second match, Steve Smith scored the highest 104 runs for the team. Labushen contributed 70 runs from 61 balls.
He said, ‘Steve was batting when I came to bat. At that time there was talk of forming partnerships and standing with them. When he was out, me and Maxwell scored fast.
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Marnus Labuschagne said, ‘It was good to do my work at the end of the innings. I do not get a chance to do this. I think it is very important ‘.
Let us know that David Warner, who played innings of 69 and 83 in the first 2 ODIs, (David Warner) During the fielding at the Sydney Cricket Ground, he injured himself in which Australia won by 51 runs to take an unassailable 2–0 lead in the 3-match series.