Australia Announce T20 World Cup 2021 Squad

ICC T20 WC 2021: Australia Announce The Squad For the T20 World Cup 

Cricket Australia (CA) announced the Squad for the T20 World Cup 2021, Aaron Finch to lead the team in the T20 WC 2021, while Pat Cummins is the Vice Captian of the Australian Team.  Cricket Australia has released the list of the 15-member squad for the World Cup. Out of 15, three cricketers have been kept on standby. The standby list includes Dan Christian, Nathan Ellis, and Daniel Sams.

For the first time in the World Cup squad, top order Josh Inglis has got a chance in the national team. He has been on the national team’s radar for some time, performing regularly in domestic cricket. In the latest vitality blast, England has scored 531 runs at an average of 47.28. If all goes well, he could make his debut on the World Cup stage.

Cricketers like Steve Smith, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, and Pat Cummins were not on the Bangladesh tour. Everyone has confirmed their place in the World Cup squad.

The spinners are expected to play an effective role in the World Cup to be held in October-November. Considering that aspect, Australia has three spinners in the squad. Ashton Agar, Adam Jumper, and Mitchell Swapson are on the team.

Matthew Wade will stand behind the wicket for Australia. There is no expert wicketkeeper in the team except Wade. Mitchell Starc will lead the Aussie pace bowling attack as usual. Starck will be joined by Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Kane Richardson. Warner, Finch, Smith, and Mitchell Marsh will be in the batting column. Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis will be ready to take the bat by storm in the slog overs.


Australia Squad For T20 World Cup 2021

Aaron Finch (Captain), Pat Cummins (Vice-Captain), Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Steve Smith, Ashton Agar, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Kane Richardson,  Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Swepson, Adam Zampa, Dan Christian, Nathan Ellis, Daniel Sams

Stand by

Dan Christian, Daniel Sams, and Nathan Ellis.


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