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Injured Warner ruled out, Cummins rested for rest of limited-overs

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SYDNEY, Nov 30: In-form Australian opener David Warner has been ruled out of the remainder of the limited-overs series against India due to a groin injury that he suffered during the second ODI here, while top pacer Pat Cummins has been rested as part of his workload management.

Warner, who scored 69 and 83 in the first two ODIs, hurt himself on Sunday while fielding at the SCG in the second one-dayer which Australia won by 51 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.

The dashing opener has returned home to begin his rehabilitation and will be looking to get fit ahead of the opening Test at Adelaide starting December 17.

�Pat and Davie are critical to our plans for the Test series,� coach Justin Langer was quoted as saying by the Australian media.

�Davie will work through his injury rehab and in Pat�s case it is important all of our players are managed well to keep them mentally and physically fit throughout what is a challenging summer.

�The priority for both is being fully prepared for one of the biggest and most important home Test series.� � PTI

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Injured Warner ruled out, Cummins rested for rest of limited-overs

SYDNEY, Nov 30: In-form Australian opener David Warner has been ruled out of the remainder of the limited-overs series against India due to a groin injury that he suffered during the second ODI here, while top pacer Pat Cummins has been rested as part of his workload management.

Warner, who scored 69 and 83 in the first two ODIs, hurt himself on Sunday while fielding at the SCG in the second one-dayer which Australia won by 51 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.

The dashing opener has returned home to begin his rehabilitation and will be looking to get fit ahead of the opening Test at Adelaide starting December 17.

�Pat and Davie are critical to our plans for the Test series,� coach Justin Langer was quoted as saying by the Australian media.

�Davie will work through his injury rehab and in Pat�s case it is important all of our players are managed well to keep them mentally and physically fit throughout what is a challenging summer.

�The priority for both is being fully prepared for one of the biggest and most important home Test series.� � PTI

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