David Warner, Australia’s suspended opener, is set to return to a position of authority with the up and coming Bangladesh Premier League. With his suspension time shutting in, he isn’t just intending to perform well with the bat yet in addition anticipating driving Sylhet Sixers.
The left-hander, who touched base in Dhaka on Thursday (January 3), trusts the experience of playing on the low and moderate surfaces in Australia’s club cricket will hold him in great stead for the up and coming competition.
“I was having a discussion with Waqar [Younis, Sylhet coach] today about playing club cricket in Australia right now. The wickets are very low and moderate. It has been hard to adjust to those conditions however I have had a decent kept running of shape at home and having played here in Dhaka and Chattogram previously, I recognize what the wicket will resemble. So for me it is tied in with getting into an everyday practice and beat and ensuring I can lead from the front, from the best. So it makes it simple for the folks coming in,” he said.
Excepting several convenient thumps for St Lucia Stars in the CPL, Warner hasn’t done a lot of note with the bat in later past. Be that as it may, he wants to put his experience to great use and lead from the front in the up and coming competition.
“I am greatly appreciative to lead the side. For me it is tied in with ensuring that we overall, including the care staff and the executives, can get the best out of the players. We need to set up our best XI when we get into the recreation center and ensure we do the correct things in preparing. I need to ensure I am carrying out my responsibility right, which is scoring runs and driving the folks on the recreation center.”
His essence, in spite of all the antagonism following the sandpapergate is relied upon to attract groups to the arena. Be that as it may, Warner doesn’t wish to look much into it, with a few other worldwide players additionally partaking. “In the event that you take a gander at the arrangements of a portion of alternate groups, they [fans] are not here to see just me.”