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Australia Announced T20 World Cup 2022 Squad Swepson Drops & Tim David In

Australia Announced T20 World Cup 2022 Squad Swepson Drops & Tim David In

Cricket Australia has announced its Squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Australia will host this year’s world cup. Kangaroos selected mostly players from the last world cup winning team. As everyone knows, they are champions of the last world cup, so they have the best chance to defend the title on their soil.

Australia keeps a surprising change in their best T20 team. Last World Cup 2021 Squad part Mitchell Swepson failed in making their name for the Tournament in place of him Australian Cricket include Tim David who belongs to Singapore.

David is a good finisher and has proved himself in the last 6 to 8 months’ performances. He played a key role in PSL for Multan Sultans & Mumbai Indians in IPL. He also played in other international leagues and impressed the Australian Board.

Australia T20 World Cup 2022 Squad 

  • Aaron Finch (c)
  • David Warner
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Steve Smith
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Matthew Wade
  • Tim David
  • Cameron Green
  • Ashton Agar
  • Pat Cummins
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Kane Richardson
  • Mitchell Starc
  • Adam Zampa

George Bailey last day in a conference announced the Squad. He says Swepson extracts from playing XI because Australian Pitches are supportive of batting. So with Tim’s addition, our batting lineup would be long. 

Bailey further stated that his extraordinary performance forced us to add him to the Squad. We believe that David will play a crucial role as a hitter in a team as he did in other leagues.

Finch is leading the team also in this World Cup.

Tim David is also a part of a small tour of India just after the Asia Cup

On 16 October World Cup Qualifiers team will start for the next stage fight and then on 23 Oct League Stage begin and it moves onwards till the 13th of November.

Australia T20 World Cup Matches

Match Date Stadium Time(AST)
Australia vs New Zealand  22-Oct Sydney Cricket Ground 6:00 PM
Australia vs Sri Lanka 25-Oct Perth Stadium 7:00 PM
Australia vs England 28-Oct Melbourne Cricket Ground 7:00 PM
Australia vs Ireland 31-Oct The Gabba 6:00 PM
Australia vs Afghanistan 4-Nov Adelaide Oval 2:30 PM

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