Australian captain Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the remaining three test match series against India because of injury.
Clarke who was retired hurt as he suffered back injury on day one of the first test match against India when he was on 60 runs not out and came to bat against on second day and completed his century.
Clarke who was back to the team before the first test match after suffering from hamstring problem has one again gone through the same problem. Scans have confirmed that Clarke has torn his right hamstring eventually taking him out of the remaining matches against India.
Still there is could roaming around Clarke for his return to the Australian team for triangular series against India and England along with the upcoming World Cup 2015 which will kick off in Australia and New Zealand from February 14.
It has not till be confirmed how much time it will take Clarke to get fully fit to return back to ground.