New Zealand vs AUS: Big shock for Australia, this player will not be able to play the match due to injury – India TV Hindi

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NZ vs AUS: A series of three T20 matches is being played between Australia and New Zealand. The Australian team, who took a 2-0 lead in the series, has suffered a major setback before the third match. One player of the team is out of the last match of the series due to injury. This player is none other than David Warner. Warner, the team’s opening batsman, had to sit out the last match of the series due to back pain.

Will be fit before IPL.

Australian star David Warner will need some time to recover from an injury, but that is not expected to affect his presence for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League starting next month, as well as the West Indies and USA. The upcoming T20I to be held in There will be a World Cup. Impressed, he is expected to retire from international cricket after this World Cup.

Warner was not included in Australia’s playing XI for the match against New Zealand at Eden Park. However, the team management said they had already planned to rest him from the game. Australia won this match by 72 runs. Warner was in the field for the match, although he was not in the field for Australia’s pre-game discussion, which included all other members of the Australian team, and did not play the role of 12th man.

After being bowled out for 32 in the opening match at Wellington’s Sky Stadium last Wednesday, Warner was jeered by a section of the crowd as he walked off the field and responded by flying kisses in the direction of the grandstand. In Warner’s absence, Steve Smith can be seen batting in the top order. However, with Matt Short still in the squad and the Test series starting next week, it remains to be seen how Australia will prepare for the third match.

New Zealand also got a shock

Meanwhile, New Zealand will face several changes for the third and final match as wicketkeeper-batsman Dion Conway will be ruled out with a thumb injury. Worryingly for the Black Caps, Conway is suspended for the two-Test series starting in Wellington next week. Conway badly injured his left thumb while keeping wicket in the second over of his team’s 72-run defeat in the Friday night match.

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