Mark Taylor says Australia to do Tough selection for WTC

Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor said Australia to select tough player for WTC. Meanwhile India and Australia to Face each other on 7th June 2023.

Australia managed to qualify for the World Test Championship (WTC) finals. Which are set to begin on June 7 at The Oval in England, after winning the third Test of the recently concluded Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Notably, the visiting team underwent numerous changes throughout the four-match Test series against India because players like David Warner, Mitchell Swepson, and Pat Cummins weren’t available for the entire tour.

Warner’s recent struggles in Test cricket. Aside from magnificent double century against South Africa in the Christmas Day Test last year ignored. Warner’s form is currently scrutinise. Ricky Ponting and other former Australia cricketers want the selectors to consider players outside the opener.However a result. Warner’s participation in the WTC final the Ashes is not yet . And former Australian captain Mark Taylor anticipates that the team management will have to make some difficult decisions prior to Australia’s tour for the WTC Final. Even though he didn’t mention a specific cricketer, the rumours have already started.

Mark Taylor Statement

According to the report of Crictracker

“I think the Test Championship is a godsend for Australia really. Making the final and being the top qualifier is a great achievement. But it’s another Test match in England. ” Taylor told The Herald and The Age.

“So apart from being a chance to win the World Test Championship, it’s also a damn fine practice match for Ashes series, playing at The Oval. which is one of the Tests grounds obviously, and playing in English conditions against a quality Indian side.”

“I think that’ll be ideal for Australia. There’s going to be some tough selection calls,” the 58-year-old concluded.

Australia selection

It will be one of the most important and Australia will try to win.

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