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England Vs Australia: David Saker and David Hussey are set for training roles during the England T20 World Cup campaign in Australia this winter amid a wider move to split the international provision staff by way of format. Brendon McCullum, the men’s Test head coach, is looking to begin a new slimmed-down process on his side of the reckoning for the tour of Pakistan in December, with Marcus Trescothick, Paul Collingwood, and Jeetan Patel all previously on the books.

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Becoming his three chosen helpers. Matthew Mott, the men’s white-ball head coach, will similarly have three permanent deputies, with the hope that Richard Dawson, currently lead pathway coach, may make an internal move. However, the upcoming T20 tour of Pakistan that leaves next week, and the T20 World Cup in Australia in October, are thought to require two short-term hires, with Saker, England bowling coach from 2010 to 2015,

David Hussey

England Vs Australia: And Hussey, former Australia, and Nottinghamshire all-rounder unspoken to be in the frame. The former’s top-level coaching CV is wide, the 56-year-old having followed his England stint with senior locations in the Big Bash League, the Australian men’s setup from 2016 to 2019, and then parts with the USA and Sri Lanka. Hussey, the younger brother of Mike Hussey, signified Australia in extra than 100 limited-overs internationals.

 The 45-year-old has been a trainer at Kolkata Knight Riders. Where he worked with McCullum – and Melbourne Stars since his leaving in 2017. Neither deal is signed but Saker is down to make both trips, while Hussey may join when England starts their T20 World Cup arrangements in Perth with the first of three T20s against Australia on 9 October. Along with Mott, from Queensland, the two Victorians offer a profusion of local knowledge. Carl Hopkinson, catching coach, will also tour.

Rob Key, the manager of England men’s cricket, has now been officially promoted as a new national selector a role made redundant by the preceding regime.  But is yet to officially start the procedure for the full-time white-ball coaching jobs and other applicants beyond Saker and Hussey may emerge. Unraveling roles by way of format, with the abridged time on the road, will add appeal in a market where T20 leagues control.  To know more about England T20 World Cup click here.

The reshuffle is set to see Jon Lewis, the present England fast bowling coach, move into a broader growth role, while a specialist for the Test set-up may be hired down the line. Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad have both been openly praised by Ben Stokes, the Test captain, for mentoring the England seamers this summer.

England Vs Australia: Australia's Indigenous kit for T20 World Cup exposed

Australia will dress in an Indigenous-themed kit at this year's T20 World Cup, the first time an Australian cricket team has worn a playing band representing the First Nations at a global event. With black sleeves and a green and gold incline on the trunk of the playing top, artwork flows around the shirt that will be worn by Aaron Finch's team as they seek to defend the T20 WC on home soil later this year.

The long-sleeved version will see the gold and green artwork lengthy onto the sleeves of the top, while the pants will be black and a cap will eye the colors of both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags on the brim. The kit was designed by Aunty Fiona Clarke and Courtney Hagen, in teamwork with Asics, with the pair having before worked together on other Indigenous designs worn by Australia.

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As in previous designs, the Walkabout Wickets creation that has become a prominent motif is again centered on the front of the shirt.

Walkabout Wickets was painted by Clarke,

England Vs Australia: A Kirrae Whurrong woman who is the countless grand-daughter of James Mosquito Couzens, who played in the Aboriginal XI in a landmark match at the MCG in 1866, and also toured England in 1868, the first sporting team from Australia to play overseas. Clarke created the artwork ahead of the 2016 Boxing Day Test to honor the 150th anniversary of the 1866 match, and it has been included on the collar of the Test shirt ever since.

Clarke said

It pays compliments to the past, present, and emerging First Nations cricketers, and the connection is a significant theme for the kit, which is available for purchase as a copied kit. The general design is to do with the process of linking with yourself as a separate, as a team, in the public and whatever is enclosed by you with the river, the land, whatever you see, Clarke said.

Hagen, a Butchulla and Gubbi woman, clarified the design and incorporated wickets to signify games played and stars to signify families. In the dominant, we've been able to join the colors of both First Nations flags in Australia. So, you've got the red, dim, and yellow, which signifies the Aboriginal flag, and the blue, white, and green which means the Torres Strait Islander flag.

England Vs Australia: A central motif on the rear of the shirt signifies the First XI of the 1868 Aboriginal team that toured England. Despite the pioneering efforts of the 1868 team, who made a dangerous journey by ship to the UK and played 47 matches at sites like Lord's and The Oval, only four Native men and two Innate women have played international cricket for Australia since the first Test in 1877.

T20 World Cup kit

The striking new T20 World Cup kit comes after Australia wore two distinct strips during their run to the 2021 title in Dubai, the first time an Australian team had been obligatory to produce an alternate for a World Cup. Australia's men had planned to wear a dark, gold, and green kit that reflected the strip worn by the women's team that won their T20 WC in 2020 when the men's competition was originally scheduled to be held in late 2020. That event was subsequently suspended amid the global COVID-19 pandemic and the Asics kits.

A design enthused by the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the venue for the competition final was initially mothballed when the competition was moved to India (and subsequently the UAE) in 2021. It was saved by the men for the 2021 tournament, but the ICC ruled it too closely look like other kits, and the 2019 ODI World Cup kit was repurposed as the ‘clash' strip. It eventually showed to be the kit worn when Australia won the T20 World cup for the first time, thrashing New Zealand in the final.

Australia T20 World Cup

Australia squad: Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins (VC), Tim David, Aaron Finch (c), Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa.

First rounded

Group A: Sri Lanka, Namibia, UAE, Netherlands

Group B: West Indies, Scotland, Ireland, Zimbabwe

Super 12 stage

Group 1: Australia, Afghanistan, England, New Zealand, A1, B2

Group 2: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, South Africa, B1, A2

Australia's T20 World Cup fixtures

Oct 22: v New Zealand, SCG, 6 pm AEDT

Oct 25: v 1A, Optus Stadium, 10pm AEDT

Oct 28: v England, MCG, 7 pm AEDT

Oct 31: v 2B, Gabba, 7pm AEDT

Nov 4: v Afghanistan, Adelaide Oval, 7pm AEDT


Nov 9: SCG, 7pm AEDT

Nov 10: Adelaide Oval, 7pm AEDT


Nov 13: MCG, 7pm AEDT

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