After winning the second Test of the series against Australia, Team India retained the Border Gavaskar Trophy. The Indian bowling assault has proven to be too dangerous for the visitors to handle, so the hosts have dominated the Australians at every turn.
After losing the second Test of the series, things have gone from bad to worse for the visitors as opener David Warner has been ruled out of the remaining two Tests of the series due to an elbow fracture. The 36-year-old will go back to Sydney to rest, but he will likely come back for the three-match ODI series against India that begins on March 17.
In the second Test, Mohammed Siraj struck Warner, causing him to take a blow to the left elbow that resulted in a hairline fracture. He experienced delayed concussion symptoms later, which went away. Although it was initially believed that the elbow fracture was mild, the 36-year-old will now need to travel back home.