Mitchell Starc ruled out of India tour for remaining tests
Ahead of the crucial third Test against India in Ranchi, Australia suffered a extensive blow after pace spearhead Mitchell Starc turned into ruled out of the remainder of the cricket Test rubber with a fractured foot, Cricket Australia (CA) said on Friday.
“Mitchell experienced a few pain in his right foot during the second Test in Bengaluru which unluckily had now not subsided some days after the Test as we had was hoping,” Australian team physiotherapist David Beakley said in a declaration.
“We made the selection to test his foot in Bengaluru this morning and sadly it has found out a pressure fracture.”
“Subsequently, this indicates Mitchell starc could be unavailable for the remainder of the tour of India and could return to Australia to begin his rehabilitation,” he added.
At this stage no substitute has been named for Starc, with Tasmania’s Jackson Bird the reserve fast bowler inside the traveling team.
Australia won the 1st Test in Pune by 333 runs before India bounced returned to clinch the second test in Bengaluru by 75runs.