IND vs AUS T20I Series | The big news of the moment has come out. The star player has suddenly decided to withdraw from Team India-Australia T20 series. Due to this, the tension of the team has increased.
Mumbai | Now after ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Team India vs Australia There will be a 5 match T20 series between them. This series will start from November 23. Australia announced the squad for this series a few weeks ago. BCCI announced the Indian team on November 20. Suryakumar Yadav has been given the responsibility of Team India. While Rituraj Gaikwad and Shreyas Iyer have been alternately given the post of vice-captain. With just a few hours left for the series, a big news has come out.
The star opener has withdrawn from Team India-Australia T20 series. Australia’s veteran and opener David Warner has withdrawn. David Warner has decided to return home after winning the World Cup. Warner’s withdrawal is a big relief for Team India. Warner scored more than 500 runs in the 13th ODI World Cup.
Australia will play a Test series against Pakistan in the month of December-January after the World Cup. This test series will be a total of 3 matches. Warner has withdrawn for this series. Warner has taken this decision to prepare for this series. Cricket Australia has given information about this through social media.
David Warner’s withdrawal
Matthew Wade has been made the captain for the T20 series against Team India. With Warner’s withdrawal, another player has got a chance in the team. Aaron Hardy has been included in the squad in place of David Warner.
Team India for T20 Series | Suryakumar Yadav (captain), Rituraj Gaikwad (vice-captain), Ishan Kishan, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Tilak Verma, Rinku Singh, Jitesh Sharma (wicketkeeper), Washington Sundar, Akshar Patel, Shivam Dubey, Ravi Bishnoi, Arshdeep Singh, Prasidh Krishna, Avesh Khan and Mukesh Kumar.
Australia for T20 series | Matthew Wade (Captain), Aaron Hardy, Steve Smith, Tim Davids, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matt Short, Josh Inglis, Jason Berhendroff, Nathan Illis, Sean Abbott, Spencer Johnson and Tanveer Sangha.