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We still haven’t beaten India in India, that would be nice to do: Warner

We still haven't beaten India in India, that would be nice to do: Warner

CRICDOT DESK : David Warner may be 35 years old, but Australia’s opener left-handed player is aiming to compete in the next Ash series in England in 2023. After 30 leads in 12 days, Australia has already won a running ash and Warner himself has a fairly solid record. The dashing batter recorded 240 runs in 4 innings, averaging 60, and is currently the third highest run getter in the series.

Warner has always been invincible in Australia, but less successful in England, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and India. When Australia last toured England, Warner averaged 9.50 and only ran 95 times. Overall, he is only 26 years old on average in the UK. Australia hasn’t beat England in England since 2001, but before talking about the next Ash Streak, Australia will also head to Sri Lanka, Pakistan and India, where Warner has yet to prove courage.

“We haven’t beat India in India yet. That’s great. And of course we got a draw against England (2019), but if we have this chance and opportunity, it’s going to work. You can get it done if you do. “Think about going back,” Warner said.
“These tours really show where we stand as a team and our character. If you go to the subcontinent, you could be playing two spinners on the subcontinent wicket. Yes, but not. Some brave decisions have been made, but we’re looking forward to it. ”

Warner takes a piece of paper from James Anderson’s book and the player has 30 We want to prove that we can maintain our competitive advantage until the late generations. “I think James Anderson has recently set the standard for older boys. We respect him as we progress day by day, but for me it’s doing our best and running on the board. About. ”Warner said he would approach 37 when Australia began defending ash in Britain.

“I actually look like a real batter in the first two tests, as if I had to play my career differently and respect bowling, lines and length of play. Of course, I missed it 100 times, and I feel I have it. As I said, I’ve run out of orchids and lost shape, so I’d like to be able to put some numbers on the board that will lead to this new year. It’s about reverting that pressure. If I sit down and try to protect myself with these types of ticket gates, I’ll probably run away. I feel that this (MCG pitch) is one of the types of wickets that can leave the line and length in Brisbane and Adelaide, but because of the fluctuation (bounce), it can not leave much length.

“It’s about how to score from that line and length and how to open offside. Woody (Markwood) allows you to cut and pull short things and give yourself the opportunity to chase them. You can make it. This is my way of doing it. In that sense, MCG and SCG are quite similar. SCG does not go up or down. This is pretty traditional and slows down as the game progresses.

Warner was pleased to see opening partner Marcus Harris scooping up a few runs in the third test. When the 29-year-old started the series with values ​​of 3, 9 *, 3, 23, he was able to reach 76 with MCG. He is a tough and tenacious

man. I often get together when I’m outside.
“Of course, there was a bit of hiccups in the last game, but that’s exactly what can happen in cricket. His courage to keep fighting and find a way to run when the bowler successfully fought those good lines and lengths. It worked. I’m really really happy for him. If he wants to score and I’m trying to score, our defense handles itself and heats up in the next two tests I think it will come in. “

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