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Australia to rest Pat Cummins ahead of Pakistan Tests

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While the Australian team go to Perth for the third and final T20I against Pakistan, Pat Cummins will head home to Sydney to recharge his batteries ahead of the first Test against the same opposition. "We've got so much cricket on, he (Cummins) plays a lot of it so when you get a little opportunity rather than taking the long flight to Perth he's going to stay here, recover and get prepared for the Test series," Australia coach Justin Langer was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
Cummins, who has had a long summer where he featured in all of Australia's games at the World Cup and then all the five Tests against England, might however play a Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia in Sydney ahead of the Brisbane Test beginning November 16.
While Cummins, Test cricket's No.1-ranked bowler, is a lock for the Gabba, the makeup of the Australia's top six is still up in the air.

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