T20 World Cup: Brad Hague selected Australia’s playing XI for the T20 World Cup, surprised by the inclusion of this player

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the T20 World Cup schedule. With the arrival of the schedule, Australia has announced its squad for the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. Large players such as Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith and captain Aaron Finch have returned, but uncapped players Josh Inglis, Nathan Ellis and Daniel Sam have been backed up. On paper, Australia look balanced, but it will be interesting to see which of the eleven players Finch will field in the World Cup. Meanwhile, former Australian bowler Brad Hogg has picked up the Kangaroo team’s playing XI for the T20 World Cup. Hogg has not included Matthew Wade in his squad.

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On his YouTube channel, Hogg selected Australia’s playing XI for the T20 World Cup. He has added captain Aaron Finch and David Warner as starters, with Hogg relying on Steve Smith for third. According to the former spinner, Glenn Maxwell is the best choice at number four. In the fifth place, Hogg has recently put Michelle Marsh in the lineup against the West Indies. However, as a wicket-keeper, Hogg made a shocking decision and instead of playing Matthew Wade, he replaced Josh Inglis.

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Former Kangaroo batsman Ashton Agar and Adam Jampa have both been included in the spin-off XI. At the same time, in fast bowling, they have selected Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood. The T20 World Cup will start from October 17 and the final match of the tournament will be on November 14. Australia have been included in Group I for the T20 World Cup, which includes the West Indies, England and South Africa. Australia will play its first match against South Africa in Abu Dhabi on 23 October.

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