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Australian team may visit England in September, Cricket Australia announced 26 members

Australian team may visit England in September, Cricket Australia announced 26 members

Sydney: International cricket has started in the Corona era. The first Test was played between England and West Indies from 08 July, which was won by the West Indies. Now Australia is also ready to play international cricket. According to the information, the Australian team can go to England tour in September. Cricket Australia (CA) has also announced a 26-member potential squad for this tour. However, the dates of this tour have not been formally announced yet.

Three uncapped players got a place

Three uncapped players have been included in the names of the 26 member players that Australia has announced. These include all-rounder Daniel Symes, wicket-keeper batsman Josh Phillip and Riley Meredith. The selector of the Australian team believes that if the tour of England is confirmed, then 15 of these players will leave for the tour. It is being told that this series will be played in Bio-Secure Environment.

These 26 players will practice

Sean Abbott, Aston Egger, Alex Carrie, Pat Cummins, Aaron Finch, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Osman Khwaja, Marnus Labushane, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Michael Naser, Josh Philippi, Daniel Samms , Darshi Short, Ken Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marks Stoinisch, Andrew Ty, Matthew Wade, David Warner and Adam Zampa.

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