BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - AUGUST 07: Jess Jonassen of Team Australia celebrates the wicket of Taniya Bhatia of Team India to win the match and the gold medal with team mates Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy during the Cricket T20 - Gold Medal match between Team Australia and Team India on day ten of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at Edgbaston on August 07, 2022 on the Birmingham, England. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

Australia's left-arm orthodox spinner Jess Jonassen suffered a hamstring injury during her side's T20 win over India in Mumbai on Friday and will miss the remainder of the ongoing series.

Just two months away from the T20 World Cup, she will undergo rehabilitation at home, with leg-spinner Amanda-Jade Wellington selected as her replacement.

"It's evident that the timeframes required for a return during this series are too short," Australia physio Kate Beerworth said, via The Canberra Times. 

"Jess will be unavailable for the remainder of the series and will return to Brisbane to continue her rehab."

While she did play a part in Australia's T20 World Cup victory in 2020 at home, injuries have plagued Jonassen in the past; with a knee injury preventing her from playing in her side's 2018 World Cup win.

With several spin options in Australia's possession, namely Alana King, Georgia Wareham and current replacement, Amanda-Jade Wellington, there will be pressure on Jonassen to prove her fitness ahead of the February World Cup in South Africa.

She will be a pivotal part of her side assuming she can recover and return to the team swiftly.