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Australia vs India, 2020-21 – Fielding key for David Warner as crucial 48 hours looms in comeback bid

Australia vs India, 2020-21 - Fielding key for David Warner


The opener knows he won’t be at full fitness but is doing everything he can to play the third Test

The next 48 hours will be key in determining whether David Warner will be fit enough to take his place in Australia’s side for the third Test against India in Sydney with his ability in the field as important as what he can do with the bat.

Warner admitted it’s unlikely he will be 100% recovered from his groin injury regardless of how the next few days go. He is conscious of not being a liability to the side despite the eagerness to have him return but feels confident he would be able to manage the batting side of the game. Australia’s next two training sessions at the MCG on Saturday and Sunday will give a clearer indication of where he stands.

“I’ll be doing everything I can to get on that park and play even if that means I’m not 100%,” he said. “It’s about being smart on this occasion. If I feel like I can do my duties, whether it’s standing in the slips cordon, taking catches to my right and left…think that’s where it will determine whether I do play or not.

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