Rohit Sharma’s partner to spoil Team India’s game and debut for Australia:- Australia team has arrived in India to play a three-match T20 series. The two teams will meet on Tuesday. An Australian player may make his T20 debut in this match to be held in Mohali. The player in question is Tim David. David played 14 T20 Internationals for Singapore. If given the opportunity, Australia’s T20 international debut will be against India.
According to Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, David may get a chance in the first match against India. “It’s good to see new faces in the team,” Cummins told cricket.com.au after Saturday’s practice session. Tim David played some long shots on tour. It thrills me to see him play on the field.
Led by Rohit
In the IPL-2022 auction, the Mumbai Indians team bid heavily for David due to his strong performances in franchise cricket. The five-time IPL winner added Rs 8.25 crore to him. This season, Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians were at the 10th position in the points table. David, however, impressed me with his aggressive batting. He scored 187 runs in nine matches. During his stint with Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2021, he played only one match.
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The X Factor will be David
The T20 gave us a glimpse of David’s potential as a batsman. He averages 46.50 in 14 matches so far in his T20 international career. This average allowed him to score 558 runs and has four half-centuries to his name.
His strike rate in T20I is 158.52. Australian Test captain Cummins called him the X factor. Cummins said in a virtual press conference, “David is delighted to have the opportunity. He is one of the best players in the world. It is difficult to bat in the middle order.”
India’s problem will be solved?
David’s statistics prove one thing: he is a dangerous T20 batsman. Rahul Chahar’s four-ball four and six during the IPL will never be forgotten. His highest score is his unbeaten 92 in T20Is. David also has experience playing on Indian pitches. As a result, India may find it difficult to bat if they continue.