India have bowling attack to rattle Australia including Steve Smith, David Warner, says Gautam Gambhir
Last time in 2018-19, India registered their first ever Test series in Australia but Australia missed the services of Steve Smith and David Warner.
Warner led the Sunrisers to the IPL title in 2016 and played at the club last year under New Zealander Kane Williamson.
David Warner says he may have to reconsider his future as an international cricketer owing to the global COVID-19 restrictions that will require him to travel without family to fulfil stringent quarantine conditions.
On being asked about his pick for five-day matches, Labuschagne picked Steve Smith over Virat Kohli, stating that he thinks Steve Smith has shown that he can find a way in any conditions in Test cricket.
'I love him [Warner]. He talks it up, he is a great player by any calculations and he's been fantastic in the team over the last two years,' Justin Langer said.
Ashwin has since clarified his comment while responding to another Twitter user, stating that it was a light-hearted banter and his respect for the Australian cricketer remains.
Smith was serving one year ball tampering suspension when India toured Down Under in 2018-19 and won their maiden Test series 2-1 with David Warner also among list of banned players.
IPL 2020: David Warner 'very sure and positive' Australians can participate in tournament if T20 World Cup is postponed
Though Cricket Australia chairman Earl Eddings has said that it is a bit "unrealistic" to host the 16-team tournament in October-November, the ICC is yet to decide the fate of the event and is expected to do so next month.
In a video shared on Hogg's official YouTube page, he named a list of players whom he thought would form an entertaining ODI team. He delved into the statistics of the cricketers from the past 12 months.
The 28-year-old Zampa, who made his first-class debut with NSW in 2012, will be sharing the dressing room with top cricketers such as Nathon Lyon, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc and David Warner
Will be a 'bigger and stiffer challenge' for India with Steve Smith and David Warner back for Australia, says Rahul Dravid
Batting great Rahul Dravid feels with 'impactful' Steve Smith and David Warner up their ranks this time around, India will face stiff challenge in their Test tour of Australia later this year.
Kohli has been quite active on social media. He recently had a hilarious chat with Yuzvendra Chahal and also engaged in a funny conversation with Australia batsman David Warner over his ‘TikTok’ videos
Star batsman Smith, someone who loves shadow batting as much as he loves being in the middle, surprisingly did not pick up a bat for the last two months due to the lockdown.
ICC cricket committee chairman Anil Kumble says saliva ban an interim measure, will be lifted once things go back to normal
The Kumble-led panel recommended a ban on saliva to minimise the risk of infection. On Friday, the ICC, in its guidelines for resumption of the game, also suggested a bar on the practice.
Warner reflected on how in 2013-14, playing Twenty20 tournament without much gap between the Test cricket adversely impacted his performance.
ICC shares childhood pictures of cricketers, ask fans to identify them on occasion of International Day of Families
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has shared a collage of nine photographs of cricketers from their childhood and asked sports lovers to identify them. The tweet has been posted commemorating the International Day of Families 2020.
Dhawan was responding to the not-too-flattering recent remarks about him by his opening partner Rohit Sharma and David Warner, his former teammate at Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Australian opener David Warner says he is feeling fitter than ever despite missing two of the last three years of cricket and making it to the 2023 ODI World Cup remains his "ultimate goal".
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli and Co must dismiss Steve Smith, David Warner early on to win series, says Ian Chappell
Should the much-anticipated series goes ahead as scheduled, Smith and Warner's presence will put the hosts at an advantage, according to the former Australian captain
Australian opener David Warner says it is unlikely that the T20 World Cup will be staged in his country in October-November because of the COVID-19 pandemic.