Not everyone is satisfied with the renewed ODI team in Australia before the Indian series, which includes a two-year retreat in the desert for Usman Khawaja – and cites the end of Chris Lynna's experiment.
Shane Warne presented her favorite ODI XI, and announced a team with a mache on Friday.
Warne has no place for Peter Handscomba's retired battalion, and disaggregated the bowling schedule – dismissing Peter Siddle, Jason Behrendorff, Billy Stanlake, and Nathan Lyons Test Spinner.
Of course, he mentioned some of his favorites in XI, with Arcy Short who returned to the top of the line, Marcus Stoinis placed the middle order and his new taste of the month, the unmatched Tasmanian Riley Meredith, received a call-up.
"I can not believe D 'Arcy Short is omitted," Warne told FoxSports.com.
– I do not know what he did wrong.
"He can bowl and his stroke on the top is dynamic. He is in great shape, and he and Finch achieve a brilliant partnership at the top. "
Warne says he will include Lynn and Lyon in the extended composition, but decides for Adama Zamp as a flash of white ball in Australia.
"I just saw the Aust ODI squad that was announced and was absolutely deployed to some of the players who were left out and some of the inclusions," said Warne.
– They do not make any sense at all.
"These funny choices must end in all forms of Australian cricket-ends!"