Jewish New Year
Citizenship by Investment
Education in the UAE
Diabetes and Oral Care
India Independence Day
Pakistan Independence Day
Free Zones & Business Setup
Emirates Mars Mission
USA Independence Day
Smith on track to return for Australia after knock on the head
The series is tied at 1-1. It is Australia's last match on their limited-overs tour of England
Steve Smith will bat in the nets on Tuesday and is "definitely tracking in the right direction" to play in the deciding one-day cricket international against England, Australia coach Justin Langer said.
Australia's star batsman, missed the first two matches of the ODI series after getting hit on the head from a throwdown by a member of the coaching staff in practice.
Smith was back running on Monday and has "ticked every box" so far in his recovery, Langer said. Provided he gets through an eve-of-match net session, Smith seems primed to return for the Australians at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
"Fingers crossed," Langer said. "We have been going through all the concussion protocols and he is definitely tracking in the direction. Hopefully he will be alright for tomorrow.
"If he doesn't come up again, we will keep his - like all of our players' - health in mind."
The series is tied at 1-1. It is Australia's last match on their limited-overs tour of England.
Jose Mourinho's side visit the Bulgarian Super Cup winners in... READ MORE
The series is tied at 1-1. It is Australia's last match on their... READ MORE
The former No. 1 was the only non-Frenchman of eight players to be... READ MORE
After the ODI series concludes, the bowler will play in the IPL for... READ MORE
The Yemeni government will release 681 prisoners while the Houthi... READ MORE
The project aims to offer the UAE space industry with qualified well-... READ MORE
Royal Challengers Bangalore take on Mumbai Indians. READ MORE
Bus services had resumed in Dubai and Sharjah weeks after they were... READ MORE