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Michael Clarke unlikely to play cricket yet says physiotherapist

Australian captain Michael Clarke was dropped from South Africa series due to hamstring injury is not fit and he may not be able to play cricket at the moment.”Michael Clarke was not ready to play cricket at the moment due to a hamstring injury but it was hoped he could be available for the first test against India which starts in two weeks said Cricket Australia physiotherapist Alex Kountouris”. Clarke has injured in the 1st ODI against South Africa and this was the third time in 12 weeks that he had been suffering from hamstring injury and it was more important for Australia at Clarke fitness as India tour starts from December 4 and ICC cricket world cup starts from February 29 which will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand jointly.


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