David Warner Captaincy: David Warner Open to Accepting Captaincy in the ODIs

Aaron Finch’s retirement has left a space empty for the Australian Broad to select a new ODI captain. Though there are a few candidates like Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Alex Carey, etc, one name that has emerged big and loud is that of David Warner. Not just Finch himself but Pat Cummins also named the opener a great captaincy candidate.

Australian cricketer chief Nick Hockley mentioned that the board was to have a conversation with David Warner. The Australian opener’s journey has seen bits of ups and downs. Warner started his journey with the team in 2009 from T20Is to ODIs. Then in 2011, he made it to the test team. Over the years, he established himself as Australia’s best-limited overs batsman but he couldn’t keep his name clean. He once faced suspension from the board over punching England player Joe Root. In 2018, Warner along with Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft was found guilty of using sandpaper in the cape town test.

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