Adelaide: Australian batsman David Warner is out of the first Test. In such a situation, many guesses are being made on which batsman will take his place. The name of Marnus Labuschagne comes first in this list but there is no talk about his opening yet.
Marnus Labuschagne has himself given a statement that there is no talk of landing as an opener but if he is told so, then he is ready for it.
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David Warner and Will Pucovski will not be able to play the first Test while Joe Burns is struggling in poor form. In such a situation, Labushen can start the innings in the first Test starting from 17 December.
He said, ‘No such thing is happening. I land at number three this time. I am just preparing to bat, come first or third. I am ready to face the ball, whatever the circumstances’.
He said, ‘If I batted at number three last season, I hope to land there. But my job is to face the ball, no matter what order.
Labarnachen (Marnus Labuschagne) said that he is ready to do anything in the interest of the team. He said, ‘If the team has to start the innings with me, I will do it. It is a team game and we have to see what the team needs.
He also said that he is ready to face the Indian bowlers in the light of light because the players know the challenge.
Marnus Labuschagne said, ‘We are all set. We faced Jasprit Bumrah in the ODI, who bowled brilliantly in the last ODI. We know who is in front of us. We have to maintain focus and prepare accordingly.
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He said that the Australian team has got better by playing bowlers like Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood on the nets.