The second Test match of the four-Test Border-Gavaskar series is to be played between India and Australia on 26 December (Boxing Day) at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Australia opener David Warner is officially out of the Test. Warner is recovering from groin injury. Sean Abbott has recovered from his considerable injury, but he too will not be able to take part in the Melbourne Test. Suryakumar Yadav smashes 21 runs in one over from Arjun Tendulkar JUST IN: David Warner officially ruled out of Boxing Day Test https:\/\/t.co\/eqZtOTZe1A #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com\/EGxSAegNXU - cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 23, 2020 Warner and Abbott were airlifted from Sydney last week and flown to Melbourne. The move was taken in Sydney in view of the increasing cases of the Kovid-19 epidemic. Both these players can return in the third Test match against India. The third Test match is to be played from January 7. Warner received groin injury while fielding during the One Day International series against India. AUSvIND: Gambhir gave tips for India to return in Boxing Day Test The first Test match between the two teams was played in Adelaide, with Australia winning by 8 wickets to take a 1-0 lead. In that match, the Indian team was able to score only 36 runs in the second innings. Talking about India, captain Virat Kohli has returned home on Paternity Leave and Ajinkya Rahane will take charge of the team in the remaining three Tests. Fast bowler Mohammad Shami has also been ruled out of the Test series after being injured in the first Test.