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T20 World Cup: Will Australia play after India’s loss? Aaron Finch will be captained before T20 World Cup!

Melbourne: Wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade could be named captain for next month’s ICC T20 World Cup at home if Australia’s regular captain Aaron Finch suffers an injury or his poor form continues. A report in the Sydney Morning Herald said about this on Tuesday. Wade is currently not on Cricket Australia’s contracted list.

He was first told to lead the Kangaroos when Finch missed a T20 match against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 2020, but his alleged disciplinary record went against him at the time. Wade’s name comes at a time when there is talk of another veteran cricketer, David Warner, who could fill the captain’s position in the Australian One Day International team vacated by Finch’s recent retirement.

If Cricket Australia explores Finch’s replacement after the T20 World Cup in October-November, Wade will be a prime candidate for the white-ball captaincy. This information is given in the report. Chappell wrote in his book Not Out, ‘I have never set this criterion for selecting a Test team, and we should not start now. As the idea evolved in the meeting, we cannot pick a bad team.

The report said that Wade will only get AUS$350,000 for the 12 T20Is, including the recently concluded series against India. On the upcoming T20 World Cup at home, Wade said after a 1-2 loss in the three-match series against India that his team is very positive going into the mega event, given that the team has good batsmen.

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