SYDNEY – Australian skipper Micheal Clark announced that first test match between Australia and India will be rescheduled because players were not in state of competitive cricket.
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke pauses as he reads a statement on behalf of the Australian cricket team in response to the death of cricketer Phil Hughes.
Test between India and Australia will be rescheduled, as three senior cricketers of the home side — Shane Watson, David Warner and Brad Haddin — are among those who have said that they are not in perfect state of mind to return to competitive cricket.
Cricket Australia confirmed that the first Commonwealth Bank Test match at the Gabba will not start on Thursday 4 December as scheduled. The details around the Test match are yet to be determined.
Hughes, 25, died on Thursday as the result of a catastrophic injury he sustained when struck on the head by a ball during a domestic match, triggering a wave of mourning in Australia and around the world.
Phil Hughes was nominated for final eleven for test match against India in the absence of Michael Clark.
After the Death of Phillip Hughes, second day match of third test was also postponed by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). After a day a tribute presented by the Pakistan and New Zealand land before the start of second test match.
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