David Warner will miss the remaining two Test matches against India due to an elbow fracture

David Warner will miss the final two Test matches of the Border-Gavaskar series due to a fractured left elbow. The Australia opener was struck on the opening day of the Delhi Test by a Mohammed Siraj ball. Despite his 15 runs in Australia's first innings of play, further examinations showed a hairline fracture.

A second strike to the 36-year-helmet old's caused a moderate concussion that made Matt Renshaw the visitor's replacement necessary. Warner is expected to travel to Sydney before the ODI series kicks off on March 17 in order to continue his recovery.

Warner struggled in India even before being hurt, recording just 1, 10, and 15 runs in his three appearances. With the three mistakes, his 19 Test innings average in India dropped to 21.78.

In his absence, Australia's second inning was launched by Travis Head, a talented hitter who quickly scored 43 runs. In the event that Warner is unable to participate, head coach Andrew McDonald said on Monday that Head will continue to be an opener (February 20).

"We did discuss before our arrival here that we would attempt to put up Trav there if we lost an opening batter. We believe that he can start as quickly as he did in subcontinental conditions, McDonald said.

We don't think of [Head] as an opener under all circumstances; he's more subcontinental and switches to the middle order under other circumstances.

Given that Josh Hazlewood suffered an Achilles injury, Australia is unlikely to look for batting reinforcements.

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Warner's replacement for the concussion is Matt Renshaw