Warner injures elbow in possible World Cup blow

David Warner

David Warner

'David Warner will return to Australia next week to be medically assessed after reporting elbow pain while playing in the Bangladesh Premier League, ' Cricket Australia's official news site reported.

Aussie selectors must be counting down the clock until Dave Warner can return to global cricket, after a stunning batting display in the Bangladesh Premier League. Warner, batting at No.3, continued the good work by sharing a solid 56-run stand for the second wicket.

The franchise in statement acknowledged that Warner has an injury concern adding that he still be available for their next two matches- respectively against Dhaka Dynamites and Rangpur Riders.

Warner will leave the tournament early to have his injury assessed, joining his former skipper Steve Smith in the injured list.

Warner was 47* mid-way through the 19th over when, after struggling to get Gayle away, he switched his stance and began batting right-handed.

Having taken the courageous step, Warner reaped instant success as he was witnessed hitting a six and a couple of fours to up the ante during the slog overs. The Sixers, captained by Australian star David Warner, lost their fourth match out of six and remains to be at the bottom half of the points table.

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Warner is still serving a 12-month suspension from global cricket, but will be available for selection in Australia's 50-over World Cup squad.

But the CA bans did not include club games, with Smith playing for Sutherland against a Randwick-Petersham side featuring Warner in a Sydney grade match in September.

The fifth ball boundary was a paddle sweep and the sixth ball boundary was a reverse sweep.

However sources inside the team revealed, Warner, who is the Sixers captain, will play matches for them, on January 18 and 19, before flying back home.

With two free-flowing batsmen kept at check, Warner put faith on Lamichhane in the 11th over and paid back by giving away just four runs. He will play no part in the three-Test series that starts on January 23.

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