Mitchell Marsh or David Warner, who should open for Australia in WC? Listen to Aaron Finch's answer - Newztezz Online


Friday, September 8, 2023

Mitchell Marsh or David Warner, who should open for Australia in WC? Listen to Aaron Finch's answer


Aaron Finch believes that David Warner should open for Australia in the upcoming 50 over World Cup.

Australia has announced its 15-member team for the upcoming 50 over World Cup 2023. Strong all-rounder Mitchell Marsh is also present in this team. Marsh has been in amazing form in the past. When this right-handed all-rounder comes out to open, he becomes even more dangerous. While opening the batting in the ODI format, Marsh has scored a total of 194 runs at an average of 97 in 3 matches for Australia. In such a situation, the question before the Australian team before the World Cup is whether Mitchell Marsh should play the role of opening batsman in place of David Warner in the WC?

This is a difficult question because David Warner has also played many memorable and important innings while opening for Australia in his international career. However, in the meantime, the answer to this difficult question has been given by former Australian captain Aaron Finch. Actually, Aaron Finch wants to see his teammate David Warner opening for the Australian team. He has backed Warner.

Aaron Finch, while answering this question to a user from his X account, wrote, 'I think Mitchell Marsh should play at number three and Steve Smith should play at number 4. David Warner is a GOAT of ODI cricket and he can open and score a big century.

Let us tell you that David Warner has a total of 6030 runs in his name in ODI cricket. This left-handed batsman has so far played 142 ODI matches for Australia at the international level in which he has scored 19 centuries and 27 half-centuries. In such a situation, tampering with Warner's batting order before a big tournament like the World Cup might not be a good decision.

Australia team for World Cup 2023

Pat Cummins (captain), Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa.

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