Major Blows To Both Australia and New Zealand Ahead Of The Third T20I

Two of the greatest arch-rivals of cricket, Australia and New Zealand, are currently playing in a three-match T20 series. However, ahead of the third match of the series, both Australia and New Zealand suffered major injury blows. 

The Australian team will feature in the final t-20 match without the services of David Warner, who has been ruled out of the final t-20 due to groin soreness.
As Warner is excluded from the final T-20, it opens the door for Steve Smith to feature in the final match of the series.

On the other hand, the Blackcaps are also dealing with a series of injuries, as Devon Conway has been ruled out of the final 20 due to a thumb injury.

However, it is to be seen for how long Conway is going to be out of action as the Blackcaps are set to face Australia in the two-match test series after the T-20 series gets over.

On the other hand, New Zealand middle-order batter Rachin Ravindra also suffered a knee injury; however, he will go under a fitness test, and after that, a call on him to play will be made.

The Australian team has already won the series by 2-0. The final match of the series is set to be played in Auckland.

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