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Warner wants to go to Darwin to prepare for Bangladesh tour


Warner hits back at CA over pay dispute

Australia’s dashing opener David Warner has said that he wants to go to Darwin to prepare for the upcoming Bangladesh tour as he hopes the pay dispute will be solved within the next 24 to 48 hours. [বাংলায় পড়ুন: বাংলাদেশে আসতে চায় ডেভিড ওয়ার্নার]

Warner emphasized that he just want to get out there and play cricket. The pay dispute has taken the focus away from the game but the players remain eager to get back to playing.

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“The plan is Darwin, Bangladesh. We want to get out there and play cricket. That’s our job, that’s what we love doing and all the fans out there really want to see us back on the park and playing well,” he said.

Test vice-captain David Warner further added on the same, “Look, we’re hoping a deal gets done in the next 24 to 48 hours.”

It will be the first time the Test squad has been together since the memorable series in India where Australia came tantalisingly close to a historic series win.

“Obviously I don’t know anything that’s been happening this morning. Steve spoke last night – he’s been speaking to Pat [Howard] and Alistair [Nicholson] behind closed doors which is fantastic for us to hopefully get a deal done,” he  signed off.

– Nazmus Sajid Chowdhury, Contributor, bdcrictime.com

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