Australia opener David Warner will miss the impending T20I series against India after he was removed from the crew following their ODI World Cup 2023 win, as indicated by a report by ESPNcricinfo. The 37-year-old joined a gathering of other Aussie players who will pass up the T20I series in front of the three-match Test series against Pakistan on December 14. As indicated by ESPNcricinfo, World Cup-winning commander Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc will likewise be passing up the approaching 20-over design series alongside Aussie all-rounders Cameron Green and Mitchell Bog.
In the ODI World Cup 2023, Warner had an extraordinary run with the Aussie crew. He scored 535 pursues playing 11 innings with a strike pace of 108.29.
Allrounder Aaron Hardie has been added to the T20I crew.
Kane Richardson will supplant Spencer Johnson in the T20I series since he has a hamstring injury.
In spite of beginning only four days after the ODI World Cup last, the series goes about as a feature of the development to the following year’s T20 version in West Indies and the USA. Australia will play six additional T20I series before the beginning of the following year’s T20 version in the West Indies and the USA.
The 35-year-old Aussie wicketkeeper-player Matthew Swim will lead the World Cup victors in their impending T20I series against India.
The main match will occur at Visakhapatnam on November 23, only four days after the finish of India’s ICC Cricket World Cup crusade at home with a misfortune to Australia by six wickets in the last at Ahmedabad.