Australia have won the ongoing ODI series against Pakistan after producing yet another clinical performance in Abu Dhabi, defeating the hosts by 80 runs on a slow pitch in Abu Dhabi. All-rounder Marcus Stoinis had an injury scare recently in India when he fractured his thumb during the ODI series against the blue shirts. However, he feels that the injury would heal completely before the mega event in England this year.
"I think it should be completely healed within four weeks" – Marcus Stoinis is confident his thumb injury will be fine by the time the #CWC19 comes around.— ICC (@ICC) March 27, 2019
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“It was uncomfortable for a good couple of days. It's just something I'm going to keep covered up while fielding. But it's pulled up pretty well. After each game, it's been okay. I think I'll be over it by the World Cup. I think it should be completely healed within four weeks,” he said.
The all-rounder has been taking part in the scheduled games while undergoing rehab at the same time which shows his commitment for the game.