David Warner | Steve Smith | Australian legend claims -Tim Paine not able to captain for long

Tim and Aaron are the captain and vice-captain in place of Steve Smith and David Warner who are facing the ban due to ball tampering.

Melbourne: Former Australia legend Shane Warne believes the team’s new captain Tim Paine is not living as a captain for most days. He said that he suspects that Pen will be able to handle this responsibility because he believes that wicketkeepers are not able to handle the captaincy responsibility. After a one-year ban on Steve Smith and David Warner in the ball tampering case, Cricket Australia (CA) has made Penn the captain of the team for England tour.

Warne said in an interview with Fox Sports, “I can say in front of Adam Gilchrist (former Australian wicketkeeper) that most wicket-keepers cannot be good captains. I believe that wicketkeepers are very correct as vice-captain, but Not for captaincy. ”

He said, “Pen has done a good job in a short time, but I think he is not a good choice for a long time.” The good thing for us is that Justin Langer is present as a coach. The option to make different captains in different formats can also be tried. ”

Shane Warne fires on the Australian team

Great spinner Shane Warne advised the Australian cricket team to stop playing ‘Pisces’ and stop focusing on the game. Warne, who was part of the commentary team at the time when the Australian players were caught in the tampering of Australian players in South Africa, Warne said that he had felt this problem with the team at the same time when he (Australian) team rival team Had started complaining.

The bowler, who took 708 wickets in 145 Tests for Australia, told the news corporation, “It is not an Australian way. I have never heard of an Australian team doing this. I heard him complaining about the rival team and other things in recent times. “Captain Steve Smith and David Warner were banned for one year while Cameron Bancroft was banned for nine months due to being found guilty in the ball tampering case.

Tim to Australia for England tour

Tim Paine, commander of Australia cricket team, has been handed over to England next month. According to the report of the website ‘ESPNcricinfo.com’, Australia team has been announced on Tuesday (May 15th) for the one-day series in England in June.

Aron Finch will support Tim as the vice-captain for this five-match ODI series. Nathan Lyon and Shaun Marsh have returned to the team announced for England tour under the guidance of new coach Justin Langer.

Tim and Aaron are the captain and vice-captain in place of Steve Smith and David Warner who are facing the ban due to ball tempering. Trevor Hans, chief of Cricket Australia’s selection committee, said that this is an option taken for less time. Other options for captaincy are open before the World Cup next year.

The series of five one-day matches is being played in England from June 13. The first match will be played on London’s Kennington Oval field. After this, the second match will be played on Sofia Gardens (Cardiff) on June 16, the third match will be played on Nottingham’s Trent Bridge on June 19, fourth match Chester-le-Street’s Riverside ground and fifth match at Manchester’s Old Trafford ground. Simultaneously, the team has been announced for the only T-20 match played on 27th June and its command has been handed over to Finch.

Australia Cricket Team (ODI Series): Tim Paine (captain-wicketkeeper), Aaron Finch (vice-captain), Ashton Edgar, Alex Kare (wicketkeeper), Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Nathan Lyon, Glenn Maxwell, Shaun Marsh, Za Richardson , Ken Richardson, De Acre Short, Billy Stanleyk, Marcus Stoneyn, and Andrew Tie

T-20 squad: Aaron Finch (captain), Alex Kare (vice-captain-wicketkeeper), Ashton Egger, Travis Head, Nick Madison, Glenn Maxwell, Za Richardson, Ken Richardson, De Acre Short, Billy Stanleyk, Marcus Stonis, Mitchell Sweepson, Andrew Tie, Jack Wilder Muth.