David Warner Will Return the Third Test Match Confirmed by Tim Paine

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David Warner, the Australian opener didn’t participate in the first two test matches due to his groin injury. The Australian captain Tim Paine confirms that Warner will took part in the third test match against India.

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The 36 aged Australian captain releases his confirmation on a day before the test match. The match will be held at Sydney on Thursday January 7.

David Warner Will Return the Third Test Match Confirmed by Tim Paine
David Warner Will Return the Third Test Match Confirmed by Tim Paine

Tim declared that his team was ready to face the third test match. The players were training from the morning at SCG. For the SCG encounter Paine says there will more than one change.

In the last two test matches the opener Joe Burns played the game and the addition of the young Will Pucovski become the 12th opening partner of David Warner in this format. In the former test Matthew Wade was the makeshift opener and in this test match he becomes the middle order and which results Travis Head to sit in the bench.

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In this morning Tim Paine said in a media conference that, “we have a good team but in this current situation we didn’t understand that”.

“The team members are at training and first we have to complete that later we can make a team as fast as possible. David Warner has a great strength in this game and initially we must have some conversation”.

He was excited about the return of David Warner “He was energetic and have good potential to encourage the players who are around him. You will be really happy if you have him in your side, he used to motivate and always stay energetic and professional. I love his playing style”.

“He was loved by his team members to have him in their side, he made a sudden crash with his energy and potential”.

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Will Pucovski was in a good condition, Tim Paine informs in the media conference, “For two weeks he stays out of the bubble, he feels very happy. He is good and he has been batting well in the nets and he was absolutely ok if they call for the match”.

At Melbourne cricket Ground India won a 8 wicket win against Australia in the Boxing day test and the 4 match series India leveled 1-1.

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