Steve Smith fell ill. (AFP Photo)
Australia cricket team is back in form in the One Day World Cup. This team has won five consecutive matches and remains in the race for the semi-finals. Australia has to win its remaining two matches to secure a place in the semi-finals. But before this the tension in Australia has increased. A key player of this team has fallen ill. The team’s main batsman Steve Smith has been suffering from a disease called vertigo for the last few days. To put it in simple language, he has been feeling dizzy for the last few days.
Steve Smith has been suffering from this disease for the last few years. Australia has to play a match against Afghanistan on Tuesday and the team’s semi-final ticket is stuck in this match. Australia will have to win this match at any cost. Smith himself has admitted to being troubled by this disease.
Will Smith be able to play?
Now the question is whether Smith will be able to play in this match or he will have to go out. According to the report, Smith is hopeful that he will be able to play in the match to be held on Tuesday. He has been facing this kind of problem for the last few days. Smith is facing this problem since the match played against England in Ahmedabad. Even after this, Smith did not leave his work and is constantly busy. He is also giving interviews in the media. He will also bat in the nets. While talking to journalists in Mumbai, Smith said that he has been suffering from vertigo for the last few days. Smith said that he is hopeful that he will be able to train. He said that he is not feeling well at the moment. He said that this is not a good situation for him. Smith said that he will still continue playing.
Obviously when Smith is in such trouble then his team will also be worried. Smith is the main batsman of the team and has the power to turn matches with his batting. Therefore, the team would like him to play without any problems and help the team win. Australia is anyway worried about the playing-11. Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell are ready to return.