Michael Clarke played in Warm Match for World Cup

Despite the fact that Michael Clarke turned up for his team the other day in the practice match versus the United Arab Emirates, the Aussies are in no hurry to throw their Captain in international Cricket. They are to wait a bit more.

The medical staff and the think tank of the Australian team are of the view that the 33-year old charismatic batsman should give his hammy a rest for one more week and make his comeback as planned on 21st of February.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground would be hosting Australia’s opening fixture versus England on Saturday and it’s believed that Clarke is willing to take a part in that.

Michael Clarke confident in Playing 1 more World Cup

Michael Clarke has laughed off the rumours that he would be bringing the curtains down on his One Day International career when the upcoming World Cup gets concluded.

Clarke sees himself playing in one more World Cup at least.

Well, if you consider Clarke’s age, then, you would say that the Australian skipper can easily play till 2019 when the next World Cup will be organized, but, when you have a look at the fitness history of the New South Welshman in the recent times, you might want to take your words back.