David Warner Making a Comeback in T20 Internationals for the Last time in Australia , Against T20 Champions West Indies.

Cricket Australia has just announced that David Warner will be making a grand return from Dubai to join the upcoming Twenty20 series against West Indies . He’s all set the field on fire while playing for the Sydney Thunder in a Big Bash League (BBL) clash against the Sydney Sixers, and here’s the kicker – he’s arriving in style via helicopter.

david warner
david warner , image – getty image

Talk about making an entrance! This Friday is going to be action-packed for Warner, as he’s not only hitting the cricket field but is also expected to attend his brother’s wedding in the Hunter region.

‘David Warner’ Making a Comeback in T20 Internationals.

David Warner will play for the Thunder in the final three regular-season games before he heads to Dubai to join the Delhi Capitals-owned team, the Dubai Capitals, for the international T20 matches. This gives him an opportunity to showcase his skills on the global T20 stage.

Initially, some people thought Warner might stay longer in Dubai and miss the T20 series against West Indies. This could have led to a debate about prioritizing club or country in Australian cricket. But, George Bailey, the chief selector, cleared things up by confirming that Warner is committed to playing in the T20s at home.

“He’ll be part of those T20s at the back end of the summer and the ones in New Zealand as well,” Bailey said. “That’s the same with all our Australian contracted players. If they’re going to be selected in a squad then they’re available. 

“If they’re not (selected), then it depends what sort of domestic cricket responsibilities they have before they are cleared to play elsewhere.”

George Bailey
George Bailey , image – getty image.

David Warner is set to play his final international matches in Australia during the T20 series against the West Indies in Hobart, Adelaide, and Perth from February 9-13. The 37-year-old, who recently retired from one-day cricket, confirmed that the T20 World Cup in the Caribbean in June would mark the end of his international career.

To participate in T20 franchise leagues in other countries, players like Warner need a no-objection certificate (NOC). Australian coach Andrew McDonald stated that any NOC request from Warner would be evaluated by George Bailey and Ben Oliver.

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George Bailey‘s recent comments indicate that Warner will miss at least the last two matches and the finals of Dubai’s ILT20 due to the West Indies series.

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