Matthew Wade on T20 World Cup: Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade believes his team will do well in the upcoming T20 World Cup despite not being in favorable conditions. Let us tell you that Australia will start their campaign against South Africa in Abu Dhabi on 23 October in the 2021 T20 World Cup.
Cricket.com.au was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au on Sunday, “We’ve been put in a situation that hasn’t been ideal for anyone. But it hasn’t made much difference. The last two years have probably shown us that If you can find a way to overcome these challenges and assure yourself, you can do better.”
Matthew Wade, who is still in quarantine with other members of the Australian team in Abu Dhabi, believes that whenever Australia needs to perform, we do. We have a lot of time to get used to the conditions and then we will take the field from the first game.
Matthew Wade was Australia’s captain on Bangladesh tour
Let us tell you that Wade had captained the Australian team in the T20 series on the Bangladesh tour, but his team had to face a 4-1 defeat. He believes that he will be placed in the middle order and Finch and David Warner will open the batting.
Wade continued, “I think if the team needs a left-hander, then only I can play in the top order. But other than that I see myself batting in the middle or lower order.”