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The first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia will take place at VCA Stadium in Nagpur from Thursday onwards
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The first Test between India and Australia will be played at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur from Thursday.
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Green got clear to resume his training shortly before his departure for the tour and he has been batting and bowling with a hard ball in the nets. The build-up of his workload will concern the team management, as he had spent a month out of action. Before leaving Sydney, the Aussie head coac
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Green has been training with the team in Sydney ahead of the Test match in Nagpur to regain match fitness to force his way into the playing eleven for the first Test and will be hoping to hear good news from the surgeon for his broken finger which he sustained against South Africa during the
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Warner has been an exceptional servant to Australian cricket across all formats since 2009. In 101 Test matches so far, Warner has scored 8,132 runs at an average of 46.20. He has 25 centuries and 34 fifties in the format, with the best individual score of 335*. Warner has also featured in 1
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Australia have named an 18-member squad for the Border-Gavaskar series in India, including 22-year-old Todd Murphy, while awaiting updates on whether Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green would be fit for the series.
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Mumbai Indians picked up Rohit Sharma, then a 23-year-old youngster, on January 8, 2011 during the IPL auction, from Deccan Chargers.
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Cricket South Africa took to the social media platform Twitter to make the announcement.
All-rounder Cameron Green and quick Mitchell Starc both suffered fractured fingers on their respective bowling hands.
Green retired hurt in Australia's first inning but came back to play a pivotal knock of 51* runs to help Alex Carey clinch his maiden test hundred while also stitching a 117-run partnership for the eighth wicket.
Australia pacer Mitchell Starc expressed the desire to return to the international setup as soon as possible after injuring his left-hand tendon.
David Warner, Cameron Green and Nathan Lyon were the stars for Australia, helping their side crush a helpless South Africa side by an innings and 182 runs in the second Test of the three-match series at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Thursday.