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Australia have suffered a massive blow ahead of their upcoming ODI series against England with news that star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell will be out indefinitely after breaking his leg on the weekend.
Maxwell broke his leg while celebrating the 50th birthday of a friend in Melbourne on Saturday night and is expected to be on the sidelines for an extended period.
Australia have a three-match ODI series at home that commences later this month and then travel to India in February for four Tests and three ODIs in February.
Australia selection chief George Bailey said a timeline on Maxwell’s recovery is likely to be revealed later this week
“Glenn is in good spirits It was an unfortunate accident and we feel for Glenn in the circumstances given he was in great touch in his last few games,” Bailey said.
“Glenn is a critical part of our white ball structure and we will continue to support him through his recovery and rehabilitation.”
Seamer Sean Abbott has replaced Maxwell in Australia’s squad for the series against England.
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England’s dominant 3-0 series triumph over Pakistan was confirmed on Tuesday and it has left Babar Azam’s side needing a host of results to go their way to have any chance of reaching next year’s ICC World Test Championship final.