Pakistan vs Australia 2022: Australia Likely to Pick Tim David In the Squad For Pakistan Tour 2022. Tim David is expected to be included in Australia’s white-ball squad for the historic tour of Pakistan.
According to local Australian media, selectors are considering including David in the squad after his remarkable T20 performance, particularly during the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), where he made 234 runs at a strike rate of 205.26 while playing for Multan Sultans.
Aaron Finch, the captain, has also revealed that the selectors are keeping an eye on David for a spot in the squad. “Even if David is unable to break into his first Australia squad for the white-ball phase of the Pakistan tour,” the publication stated, “there will be additional opportunities for him to debut in the green and gold before the World Cup, which begins in October.”
David has not played first-class cricket and has been delisted by his home state of Western Australia, marking the first time in the history of Australian men’s cricket that this has happened. David has 14 T20I caps for his native Singapore, however, ICC rules let him play for Australia.
Rod David, David’s father, also competed in the 1997 ICC Trophy for Singapore. His family moved to Singapore from Australia in the 1990s, where his father worked as an engineer. They returned to Australia with David when he was two years old after the Asian financial crisis of 1997, and he grew up in Perth.
“Every team in the world would benefit from a boost in middle-order power. We’re extremely fortunate to have [Marcus] Stoinis, [Glenn] Maxwell, [Daniel] Sams, [Matthew] Wade, Tim David is on the radar, and Ashton Turner. Before the fourth T20I against Sri Lanka, Finch observed, “That’s something most men get excited about.”
It should be mentioned that Australia will visit Pakistan for the first time in 24 years to play three Tests, three One-Day Internationals, and one Twenty-20 International.
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