David Warner comments that Australian players willing to participate in IPL

if T20 World Cup is pushed back

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David Warner comments that Australian players willing to participate in IPL

Australian cricketer David Warner has commented that “he and other Australian cricketers would be open to participating in the IPL, if the T20 World Cup, ends up being pushed back and the IPL ends up taking its place”.

David Warner had earlier commented that “it would be unrealistic to expect the T20 World Cup to take place during its scheduled time frame given the logistics involved for accommodating all 16 participating teams”.

Warner commented that “all Australian players who were picked up during this year’s IPL auction will be willing to go and play for their respective teams if CA allows them to”.

Warner also commented that “the restrictions put in place by the Australian government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, is another obstacle that the organizers of the T20 World Cup would need to overcome”.

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Warner also commented on his team’s upcoming Test series against India at home.

During India’s previous tour of Australia in 2018, Warner was not part of the team as he was serving a one year ban for his involvement in ball-tampering.

He commented that “it would be different to play against India, without any spectators and that it was going to be an int resting contest between the two teams”.

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