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Glenn Maxwell not able to sleep due to the test spot

Glenn Maxwell is a senior batsman who is playing for Australia. He believes that the Australian cricket team has been performing well in the T20I format. But with the T20I world cup coming up in one and a half years, he believes that the team should keep up this form. He believes that for the last two years, the team has constantly been performing well and achieving big results on the way. He believes that the selection in the team is very important as T20I specialist should get a chance to play. Besides that making their normal starting eleven turn into a T20I side, he thinks the best Australian cricketers should play in this format.

The Preparation

The Australian cricket team has a win percentage of 59. The previous percentage that they had was 52 percent. So, with the recent results and the performance of the team, you can see how much improvisation is there. The big bash league is constantly providing better and talented players for Australia in the T20I format. Many new players are now playing in the Australian cricket team for the T20I format. Players such as Micheal Klinger, Ashton Agar, Billy Stanlake, Mitchell Swepson, Ashton Turner, Jack Wildermuth, Ben Mcdermott, and D’Acry Short. These entire players have come after the introduction of the Big Bash League.

The players that are now playing for the national team are now very experienced. But, some of the players also possess leadership qualities as they were captaining their BBL sides. These qualities will surely help the Australian cricket team to perform well in the T20I world cup. Glenn feels that even though everyone is the team is full of experience, the captain Aaron Finch should have the final say. He believes that too many personalities can destroy the unity of the team. He believes that as this format is very fast and exciting, if too many players play individually, it will be difficult to get results. Maxwell loves to do fielding and especially on the sides and edges of the field. In the opening match with Sri Lanka, Maxwell’s runs are 62 with just 28 balls.