David Warner will not play in the match against India! big information revealed
India vs Australia: The T20 World Cup 2022 qualifiers will start from October 16. At the same time, the Indian team will start its journey with the match against Pakistan on 23 October. Before this great match, the Indian team has to play two practice matches against Australia and New Zealand. The practice match between India and Australia will be played on October 17. At the same time, a big information has come out before this match. Actually, David Warner can be rested in this practice match against India.
Warner may be given rest
Australia’s opener David Warner can be rested in the practice match against India on October 17. Actually, there is some problem in the neck of the explosive opener Warner. Recently, during the T20 series against England, Warner was injured while fielding. Although Warner batted after this. But he felt a stiffness in his neck, due to which he could not play the last match of the T20 series against England.
Giving information on Warner’s injury, Australia team captain Aaron Finch said that Warner will play against New Zealand in the first match of the World Cup, before that he will recover. However, I am not sure about the practice match against India. He was fine till the next day after the head injury. But after that there was a lot of pain in his neck and it became hard.
Finch made a big statement on retirement from T20
Breaking the silence on the ongoing news of Finch’s retirement from T20, he said that he has no such intention as of now. Finch also made it clear that he is not thinking of retiring from the T20 format at the moment. He said that he is ready for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022.
Aaron Finch, who recently retired from ODI cricket, said that he has not considered retiring from T20 cricket. He will continue to play. Finch said that it was very good for me to retire from ODIs, it has reduced a little weight from my shoulder. The thought of retiring from the T20 format has not crossed my mind even once. I love playing in this format.
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