This could be the year of ‘homeless’ Australia: Brett Lee

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‘This could be Australia’s’ homeless ‘year,’ says Brett Lee

With David Warner in good shape, pacemaker Brett Lee feels Australia is in a very good position to clinch the ICC T20 World Cup for the first time this time. But to make this dream come true, Australia will have to beat Pakistan in Thursday’s second semi-final.

“After a month of play, the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup is now a five-day tournament with four teams and three matches,” Lee wrote in a column for the ICC (International Cricket Council). This could be the year of Australia. “

He wrote: “England are a strong contender from here but I can feel the confidence building in the Australian camp and I think they are in great shape. Everything is going well before the semi-final against Pakistan on Thursday.”

Lee said he was confident in Warner’s ability to get back in shape and had spoken with him before the tournament. He wrote: “I spoke to David Warner before the start of the tournament and said ‘I trust you will be Australia’s top scorer, don’t let me down.’ I trusted him to be a big winner of the match and he is a player of the big tournament and there has been no change in that. “

Kohli thanked the support staff who left the team.

He wrote: “Aaron Finch is in good shape too, Mitchell Marsh is hitting the ball well and Glenn Maxwell will be doing well as well.”


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