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Haddin still in contention for ICC Champions Trophy selection

A corrective surgery on a fractured left ring finger would mean that Brad Haddin will miss the ODI series against England, but he hopes to be fit in time for the Champions Trophy

Haddin still in contention for ICC Champions Trophy selection - Cricket News
Brad Haddin of Australia is still hopeful of making the ICC Champions Trophy.
Brad Haddin has withdrawn from the ODI series against England with injury, but is still hopeful of making the ICC Champions Trophy. 

Cricket Australia's Doctor Trefor James said: "Brad Haddin was reviewed today by a hand surgeon in Sydney. It's been decided that the fracture of the ring finger of the left hand, sustained in the Test series in England, will be best dealt with by Brad having surgery. Brad will undergo corrective surgery in Sydney tomorrow. He will therefore not be available for the limited over internationals in England. His fitness for the ICC Champions Trophy in South Africa and the ODI series in India in October and November will be reviewed at a later date." 

Australia is in a group with India, Pakistan and West Indies at the ICC Champions Trophy.

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