Australian goalkeeper ahead of the opponent’s clash at the ongoing T20 World Cup Matthew Wade They tested positive for COVID-19 just 24 hours after their game against England at the MCG in Melbourne on Friday. He has minor signs and is allowed to play by tournament rules but will go to the ground separately. The 30-year-old tested positive on Wednesday.
However, on Thursday, ahead of the shootout, Glenn Maxwell was seen wearing his wicket gloves at the nets and doing some training with Australian assistant coach and former degree goalkeeper Andre Borovec.
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However, before the tournament, Finch and Baliey said that if another goalkeeper was needed, David Warner would take charge. But it is unlikely that Wade will not play against England. Also, Australia does not have an expert goalkeeper other than Wade on their roster.
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So will Glenn Maxwell be goalkeeper against England?
Glenn Maxwell’s net keeper was just for TV news cameras, and even George Bailey, the head of selectors, laughed. Australian captain Aaron Finch said he would do the wicket keeper if there was any need and would not give it to Maxwell. Maxwell is a versatile player, so the Aussie team will need him for bowling in the middle shots.
Also, a team spokesperson said “Yes” when asked if Wade is expected to play for the Aussies against England. Australian spinner Adam Zampa He also tested positive before their game against Sri Lanka, but has recovered and is expected to play against England.
Meanwhile, this Group 1 match between England and Australia is very important for both teams as they each have a win and a loss. They will do anything to keep themselves from being eliminated and thus an interesting game is coming.
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