Recently Aron Finch stepped down from his captaincy of the Australian One-day International team after a series against New Zealand. Seeking this opportunity dashing left-handed opener David Warner is willing to take up Captaincy.
Aaron Finch, who retired from ODI cricket, has described his teammate David Warner as the best contender for the next ODI captain of the Australian team. He has said that Warner has been the captain in the past and he has also proved himself to be a better captain. Finch has also said that now the captaincy ban should be removed from Warner.
Aaron Finch was the captain of Australia in both formats of limited overs cricket (ODI and T20). Now after he retires from ODI cricket, it is a matter of discussion who will be the next ODI captain of the Australian team. David Warner’s name is being suggested but in 2018 David Warner was banned from the game for a year and leadership for a lifetime by Cricket Australia considering his major role in the ball-tampering scandal against South Africa.
From the coming 17th, November Australia is set to play the day International series against England, before this Australia’s ODI captain needs to be appointed.
Cricket Australia is having some options in the form of Steven Smith, Pat Cummins, and Glenn Maxwell.
There is no question about the ability and experience of Steven Smith, he had earned the tag “Mr. Fix it” batting at no. 3. Pat Cummins is already leading the Test side and Glenn Maxwell’s plenty of experience makes him contenders for ODI captain.
Warner is planning to meet Australian cricket CEO Nick Hockley regarding captaincy. Test captain Pat Cummins will be the first choice for ODI captaincy.
In an interview with Fox Sports David Warner said “Any opportunity you get asked to captain or whatnot, it’s a privilege”
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