Choose your best XI, said Ponting in view of Warner’s poor form

Warner got out cheaply in the first Test against India at Nagpur. His Test record in India has been very poor and he is 22. Have been able to score runs at an average of 88 only. Ponting said in the ICC review, “I think his average in India is 24 in eight Tests.

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has indicated to his country’s selectors that David Warner’s place in the playing XI could be reconsidered if he continues to fail. Warner got out cheaply in the first Test against India at Nagpur. His Test record in India has been very poor and he is 22. Have been able to score runs at an average of 88 only. Ponting said in the ICC review, “I think his average in India is 24 in eight Tests. Once again he failed. He is one of those players who are saying that winning in India is bigger than the Ashes series.

He said that if Australia wants to win the Test series, they will have to field their best XI. He said, “If the selector, coach and captain have to win this series in India, then they will have to field the best playing XI.” If some batsmen are not running then their place will have to be reconsidered. Ponting said that if Ashes 2021. If ‘Player of the Series’ Travis Head of 22 can be kept out then why not Warner. He said, “Head was left out because of his record in the subcontinent. Apart from this, the abundance of left-handed batsmen in the Australian team was also the reason for his exclusion. The same thing applies to David Warner as well.

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