Australia tour of India: 4 Australian players from the t20 world Cup Squad will not participate in the series
Before the T20 World Cup, a 3-match T20 series is to be played between India and Australia. The first match will be played on 20 September in Mohali. This series is being told as an opportunity to prepare for the World Cup. In such a situation, everyone thought that both the teams would come with their best playing XI, but before the start of the series, the Australian team did the game.
Australia did not send its 4-star players with the team. These four players are David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Starc, and Marcus Stoinis. It was said that Warner will rest in this series, while Marsh, Starc, and Stoinis are injured.
A few days ago these players were playing in the series against New Zealand, so how did they suddenly get injured? This thing is not easily digestible.
Australia does not want to reveal its strategy
Australia’s team was the champion of the T20 World Cup held in 2021. This time this mega tournament is happening in his house. In such a situation, he would like to have the trophy in his name. India is considered a strong contender to win the World Cup.
In such a situation, Australia would not want the Indian team to know the planning of its key players during the series. That is why it is believed that Australia stopped four of its match winners from coming to India.
Kangaroos don’t want to expose match winners
Australia’s team played its last match against New Zealand on 11 September. Mitchell Starc was part of the team in this match and he bowled 9.5 overs. He conceded 60 runs and also took 3 wickets, but was told for the series against India that he suffered a knee injury.
The Australian team wants to keep its players fresh
Australia’s team does not want to tire its star players. Players will perform better if they stay fresh. More recently, in the Asia Cup, it was seen that Afghanistan played 2 matches in two consecutive days. In the first match, he gave a tough challenge to Pakistan, but the next day against India, his players looked tired.