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Mitchell Marsh of Australia will lead the T20 World Cup, followed by Jake Fraser-McGregor.

Since Aaron Finch announced his retirement from the Australian T20 World Cup squad last year, Mitchell Marsh has been leading the team as captain. Due to the conspicuous absence of both veteran Steve Smith and emerging star Jake Fraser-McGurk, Marsh has been named the team’s captain. This will be Smith’s first World Cup without playing in restricted overs since 2012. His absence is the cause of this.

Fraser-McGurk did not make the list despite having a great season and scoring 233.33 for the Delhi Caps in the IPL. The selection committee retained Travis Head and David Warner in the starting lineup due to their background and reliability.

All-rounder Dafabet Login India bats at No. 4, however Tim David is anticipated to bat there to add depth to the batting order. Marsh is the group’s leader.

In the lead-up to the next competition in the United States and the Caribbean, Marsh is ushering in a new era for the Australian Twenty20 team. Australia will have to manage their resources well under Marsh’s direction if they hope to contend for the Rummy Gold World Cup championship. They can accomplish this with young players like Head and David and elite players like Warner and Maxwell.

Australia’s head selector, George Bailey, said in a release that “the batting options available allow a tailored approach to each venue and opponent.” “A number of players, including Jake Fraser-McGurk, who has not yet played T20 international cricket but is still impressing and developing quickly, were included in lengthy conversations, including Steve Smith, Matt Short, Jason Behrendorff, Aaron Hardie, Spencer Johnson, and Xavier Bartlett.”

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