Australian captain Michael Clarke is confident he will be fit for the second Test against Sri Lanka and started an intensive physio campaign to overcome a hamstring strain.
Australian captain Michael Clarke plays a shot off the Sri Lankan bowling on the first day of the first Test in Hobart, Tasmania, on December 14, 2012. Clarke is confident he will be fit for the second Test and has started an intensive physio campaign Wednesday to overcome a hamstring strain.
The world's leading Test batsman suffered the twinge in his team's 137-run win over the tourists in Hobart this week and he is racing the clock to recover in time for the next encounter in Melbourne from December 26.
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