Australia captain Aaron Finch for the ICC T20 World Cup has said that there is no place for him in Australia’s playing XI despite being dropped from the Sunrisers Hyderabad team in the ongoing IPL due to explosive batsman David Warner’s poor form. There is no question mark. In response to a question about Warner opening with him in the T20 World Cup before leaving for the UAE on Wednesday, Finch said, “Yes, he will open with him.” He is one of the best cricketers in Australia. I have no doubt that his preparation is good. I know he is still training, so he will be good to go.
Warner is not the only player Australia will be concerned about in terms of being less prepared for the World Cup. Finch himself has recently recovered from a knee injury and his participation in the two practice matches ahead of Australia’s first match in the World Cup on 23 October is in doubt. The captain, however, has confirmed that he is ready to play in the two practice matches against New Zealand and India.
The Australia captain said, ‘When I first had surgery, there were doubts about playing those two practice matches, but my recovery has progressed well in the last few weeks, so there is a lot of possibility that I will be fit and Get ready for these matches. In terms of intensity, I am able to train. Going briskly, walking slowly and putting weight on the knee all look really good. I don’t have any problem. I will be good for these matches.
It is noteworthy that Warner had already lost his place in the Sunrisers Hyderabad captaincy and playing XI, but he was again included in the team in the second leg starting in UAE, but he scored zero and two runs respectively in both the matches. Tax out. In addition, he has not played for Australia in the T20 format for over a year after he opted out of the recent tours to the West Indies and Bangladesh.