Ending the 28th of this month, David Warner and Steven Smith, one of Australia’s two cricketers, have a one-year sanctions period. But sanctions have not ended, but at the end of this month, Warner, like Smith, was not considered in the Australia squad for the one-day series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates. Meanwhile, the biggest one-day tournament in Cricket Will Warner and Smith go to the team of current champions? David Warner, who made a great century in these questions, made the demand for a chance to be included in his team.
Warner, who has been out of cricket for a long time, returned to the cricket field in January with the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). But left-handed batsman dropped back in the elbow and returned to the left-handed batsman. The injury has returned to the field some days after today. Warner has hit a superb century in the field. Randwick-Petersasam played 77 runs in 77 balls to open the opener. Seven sixes and four fours have been played in the innings, which means they can not be ignored in the World Cup squad.
According to Cricket Australia sources, Warner has started playing in New South Wales domestic Premier League after recovering from injuries. There he returned today with Randwick-Petersasam match against Penritha. Warner’s 77 runs in 77 balls with the help of 314 runs to win, his team got a good start in the innings. But Warner, out of 18-year-old left-arm seamer Hani Reilly, was dismissed for 219 when his team was all out in the batting collapse.
Warner, however, has given a strong message to the selectors on the basis of the explosive century that he is in his team.