Mitchell Starc suffered an injury during the first T20I against Sri Lanka.AFP
Australian fast bowlers Mitchell Stark Cricket Australia on Thursday confirmed that they have been ruled out of the third T20I against Sri Lanka due to an injury to their left index finger during the first match of the series in Colombo on Tuesday. RichardsonStarc, who had previously replaced Australia in the squad for the second T20I and took 3 for 26 in a three-wicket win in Game Two on Wednesday, has been included in Australia’s ODI squad as a substitute. If you don’t have a left hand seamer, get well by then.
Starc suffered a left ankle injury during the first T20 in Colombo and had six stitches.
Left-arm fast bowlers will stay with the squad and continue training but will need at least seven days and maybe more time to recover from the injury.
Cricket Australia said in an official statement: “(He) will continue training with the squad in Sri Lanka and will likely return during the ODI series. His recovery time is uncertain but expected There will be at least seven days, “Cricket Australia said in an official statement.
Richardson was in Sri Lanka with the visiting Australia A team, which won the first of four unofficial ODIs against Sri Lanka A by seven wickets.
Australia’s Ken Richardson and Jaya Richardson took four and three wickets respectively to limit Sri Lanka to 124/9. While Wade scored a crucial 26 * to take his team home, Vanindu will laughThe hosts took four wickets for just 33 runs.
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