David Warner is in doubt for the upcoming Test series against India after withdrawing from the remainder of Australia's limited-overs matches.
Warner suffered a groin strain as Australia clinched an ODI series victory over India thanks to Sunday's 51-run win in Sydney.
The Australia star has returned home to begin rehabilitation ahead of the opening day-night Test in Adelaide on December 17.
Warner will miss Wednesday's third and final ODI in Canberra, as well as the three-game Twenty20 series – D'Arcy Short the batsman's replacement.
Pat Cummins, who has no injury concerns, will also sit out the short-format games, though no replacement has been called up for the paceman.
"Pat and Davie are critical to our plans for the Test series," said Australia head coach Justin Langer.
"Davie will work through his injury rehab and in Pat's case it is important all of our players are managed well to keep them mentally and physically fit throughout what is a challenging summer.
"The priority for both is being fully prepared for one of the biggest and most important home Test series we have played in recent years, especially with World Test Championship points up for grabs."
Australia recorded their biggest ODI score at the SCG after reaching 389-4, the country's second highest overall on home soil, as Steve Smith posted a 62-ball century.
It was the highest total conceded by India in an ODI away from home – four of the five highest totals conceded have come at the hands of Australia, with three in Sydney.