Brisbane: David Warner and Steve Smith both smashed fifties to guide Australia to the T20 series win over Sri Lanka with victory in the second match on Wednesday.
Australia cruised past Sri Lanka to clean-sweep their three-match Twenty20 series Friday, with an in-form David Warner grinding out a third successive half-century in the seven wicket win.
Playing against India behind closed doors in the much-anticipated test series at the end of the year might end up being an advantage for the home side, according to Australia batsman Usman Khawaja.
Australia opener David Warner stated there is no point having a go at Indian skipper Virat Kohli on the field when the two teams meet for a much-anticipated series later this year.
Warner says, "Ok, I have zero idea what's going on but have been told to do tik tok by my 5 year old @davidbullwarner31 and I have zero followers I need some help please and they love @tonesandi".
Australian batsman, who this week only joined TikTok, shared a video where he is seen moving his body with her daughter -- who is wearing an Indian dress -- on 'Sheila Ki Jawani'.
Warner, who has taken to social media platform TikTok like duck to water, and has been sharing those posts on Instagram non-stop, dressed up like popular movie character “Baahubali.”
David Warner said it felt “bizarre” to be playing England without a crowd following Australia’s two-run defeat by their arch-rivals in a Twenty20 international at Southampton on Friday that marked the tourists’ first competitive match in nearly six months.
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) has promised ‘secure and safe passage’ for all participants, but existing travel restrictions make it a complicated process for many, especially the 40-odd Australian contingent, including 14 players, in India.