Tim David is likely to be included in the Australian squad for the tour of Pakistan

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Australian squad for the tour of Pakistan

Tim David is likely to be included in the Australian toursquad for the tour of Pakistan Singapore-born. He could possibly be selected in Australia’s whiteball team for the tour of Pakistan. Tim David is in the eyes of the Australian selectors after his impressive performances in the T20 circuit. Including the Pakistan Super League 7. Where he has scored 234 runs with a strike rate of 205.26 representing the Multan Sultans.

Whiteball captain Aaron Finch has also confirmed that the selection committee has its eye on Tim David. And he could be selected for the tour of Pakistan where Australia will play 3 ODIs and 1 T20 from March 29 to April 5. The DH said in the report that if Tim David could not be included in his first Australian squad. There would be more opportunities for him to represent Australia before the World Cup, which starts in October.

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This will be the first time in the history of Australian men’s cricket that David has not played. At a first-class level and has been delisted by his home state of Western Australia. Tim David has played 14 T20Is for his native Singapore; but is eligible to play for Australia under International Cricket Council rules. Tim David’s father, Rod David, also played for Singapore in the 1997 ICC Trophy.

Similarly, His family moved from Australia to Singapore in the 1990’s, where his father worked as an engineer. He moved back to Australia in the wake of the 1997 Asian financial crisis when Tim David was two years old and grew up in Perth. Aaron Finch said that every team in the world would like Power Hutters in their middle order.

We’re really lucky to have Marcus Stevens, Glenn Maxwell, Daniel Sims, Matthew Wade, Tim David. Ashton Turner on the radar, they have so much power, that’s what most people are excited about. In addition, It should be noted that due to the recent performances of Tim David. Therefore, In PSL 7, Mumbai Indians, the franchise of Indian Premier League (IPL), bought him for Rs.