Aaron Finch | Aaron Finch says many Australian players might miss T20 World Cup selection, a new problem in Australian cricket, Captain Finch said – these players may be out of the T20 World Cup team
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- Aaron Finch’s big statement regarding T20 World Cup 2021
- According to the Australian captain, many players may be out of selection
- The players who withdraw from the upcoming tours may be blamed
Australia’s limited-overs captain Aaron Finch on Friday said players who have pulled out of the upcoming tours of West Indies and Bangladesh can be “realistically” overlooked during their team selection for the T20 World Cup.
India’s top seven players in the Indian Premier League, David Warner, Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis and Daniel Sams, have announced their withdrawal from the upcoming tour of West Indies and Bangladesh for various reasons. . Former captain Steve Smith, however, has been rested due to an elbow injury.
Finch said there is a real danger for players who pull out of the upcoming tours to be out of the T20 World Cup squad in October-November as other players can stake their claim for it.
Finch said, “Yes there is a very real possibility (to be out of the T20 World Cup). You have to look at the current rhythm and you pick people who are playing well. Players going on this tour will have a chance to make a place in the team.
He told cricket.au.com, “It would be really difficult to ignore a good international performance. So yes, of course, there will be an opportunity for some of the players to improve their performances to cement their place in the team.” The Australian team will leave for the West Indies tour on Monday.
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