Who is the captain of Australia in the Bangladesh tour?

Who is the captain of Australia in the

Bangladesh tour?

Australia's regular captain Aaron Finch has been ruled out due to injury. Matthew Wade, who is the co-captain of the Bangladesh tour, can be seen leading Australia. However, he has not yet officially announced Cricket Australia. Alex Carey's performance and captaincy in the ODI series against the West Indies have made the decision a bit 'complicated' for them.

Who is the captain of Australia in the Bangladesh tour?

Australia captain Finch returned home with a knee injury shortly after the 4-1 T20 series loss to the West Indies. Carrie led the team to a 2-1 series win in the ODIs. He is the only player from both teams to have scored over 100 runs in the series. The series has been tough for batting, slow wickets.

Australian head coach Justin Langer is happy with Carrie's ODI performance and captaincy, "We know he is a very professional cricketer. As a result, it is easier to work with him as a captain. Knowing everything about his opponents and himself, he entered the field. It's great to work with him. He has done really well on and off the field. I am fascinated to see him in the position of captain. '

However, Carrie's recent performance in the T20 in which Australia will play in the Bangladesh tour is not an advantage at all. Carrie's batting average in the T20 series is only 7.33. Australia is not getting some top cricketers in the West Indies and Bangladesh. Carrie can only play in Bangladesh as a batsman.

For now, Langer will discuss the selection of the captain with Trevor Hans, head of the selection committee, and selector George Bailey. Asked who will be Australia's captain in the Bangladesh tour, Langer said he would follow the process. "We want to be consistent in all these matters. Hopefully, for some time now, we have been able to show the consistent process we have followed in team selection and captaincy. There is no doubt that we will do the same in the T20 against Bangladesh. '

Apart from captaincy in the Bangladesh tour, Australia will have to take up the challenge of selecting qualified players in several places. At number three, Mitchell Marsh's performance has impressed Langer. Leg Spinner Adam Jampa was quite consistent. He will also get Ashton Agar back from injury. On the other hand, the injury of batsman Ben McDermott, who did not play the last match due to injury, is not yet certain.

Australia is scheduled to depart for Bangladesh on a special flight chartered on Wednesday. They will play five Twenty20 matches against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur on August 3-9.


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