AUS concern about David Warner’s Injury Ahead of The World Cup

AUS concern about David Warner's Injury Ahead of The World Cup

Australians were dealt a heavy blow before they even took to the field against England on Friday after David Warner pulled out due his neck stiffening up during training.

It's been a tough few days for David Warner. The Australian opener injured himself playing football, but it wasn't as bad than expected and now he has pulled out of the third T20I against England with neck pain! Before their opening match starts on October 22nd against New Zealand at Brisbane Stadium in Queensland (Australia), they will face India next Tuesday night during warm-up game

Steve Smith filled in for his South Africa teammate who had to withdraw from the match with a concussion scare. The 35 year-old opener hit 44 not out off 29 deliveries before being dismissed by Moeen Ali during Australia's innings at Manuka Oval last night.

The left-handed batter passed his concussion test and opened alongside captain Aaron Finch, only to be dismissed by English seamer Reece Topley for four in the fifth over. England won 8 runs overall as they lead 2 - 0.