Shocking! After three shocks, the fourth blow to Australia, ‘this’ strong player also returned home; Find out
India tour is nothing short of a nightmare for Australia cricket team. Australia trail 2-0 in Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023. David Warner and Josh Hazlewood have already been ruled out of the 4-match Test series due to injuries. Captain Pat Cummins has also returned home citing family issues. This has increased the anxiety of the Australian team. In this way, another great player of the team has returned home.
‘This’ player returned home
Australia’s star spinner Ashton Agar has pulled out of the India tour to join the Western Australia team. Ashton Egger is back home. He will be available for the Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup finals. Ashton was on the bench during the India tour. He did not get a chance to play in a single match. So he decided to return home. However, he will return to India to participate in the ODI series.
Ashton Agar is heading back to Australia and will play #SheffieldShield for Western Australia.@LouisDBCameron | #INDvAUS https://t.co/c0mG8hBWUd
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) February 22, 2023
Tony Dodemad, the national selector of the Australian cricket team (Tony Dodemaide) said on Wednesday (February 22) that Australian spinner Ashton Agar has been released from the third and fourth Tests of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series. He has returned home as soon as he was released from the Test team. He has been released from the squad to play cricket for the domestic team. Agar will play for Western Australia in the final leg of the domestic tournament.
Didn’t get a chance against India
In the first Test at Nagpur, Todd Murphy got a chance to make his debut in place of Ashton. Also, captain Pat Cummins named three spinners in the final eleven in the Delhi Test. They included Murphy, Nathan Lyon and Matthew Kuhneman. Ashton has played 5 Test matches for Australia so far. He has taken 9 wickets in it. Also, he has 18 wickets to his name in 20 ODIs and 48 wickets in 47 T20Is.
‘This’ player is already out
Mitchell Swepson is the first Australian player to return home. He has returned to Australia for the birth of his first child. After him, David Warner and Josh Hazlewood have been ruled out of the tournament due to injuries. Captains Pat Cummins and Ashton Agar have also returned home. In this way, before the third test, the problems of the Australian team are increasing. The third Test between India and Australia will be played from March 1 to 5. Also, the fourth and final match of the series will be played in Ahmedabad from March 9 to 13. (Cricketer Ashton Agar released from the Australia squad for the last two Tests against India)
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