Australia’s coach praised Warner, told why players will not play in all three formats

David Warner Australia: Australia head coach Andrew McDonald has hinted that fewer cricketers will play in all three formats in future but has hailed the experienced opener for having an impressive ability to play across all formats for Australia. Batsman David Warner was also praised. They said, "As we look at the next four or five years, I think you will see a separation from players who potentially play all three formats to players who play around the world 12 months out of the year. Play in franchise."

MacDonald said, "So, it would be potentially good to work on that for the 12 months of the year that players play in all three formats. On the other hand, other players are going to progress at a faster rate."

McDonald believes that all-rounder Cameron Green will generate huge interest from IPL teams in the mini-auction to be held in Kochi in December 2023. Green caught the attention of many Indian fans when he opened the batting in a three-match T20 bilateral series in September, scoring two blistering half-centuries.

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