Michael Clarke’s recovery from the hamstring injury that threatened his World Cup chances is “on track” according to Cricket Australia Physiotherapist, Alex Kountouris.
“Michael is progressing well in his rehab and is currently running on a regular basis and has commenced batting,” he said. “He was reviewed by the surgeon in Melbourne on Sunday who was very pleased with his progress.
“He remains on track for a return to play by 21 February, the date we spoke of when the squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup was announced.”
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