“The mammoth scores of IPL won’t be…”David Warner gives a massive statement on the T20 world Cup

Dashing Australian opener David Warner says that the mammoth scores of the IPL won’t be seen being made in the World Cup, which is set to be played in the USA and West Indies.

The ongoing season of the IPL has been a run feast for the batters, as on a number of occasions, more than 200 runs have been made in this year’s IPL.

However, David Warner feels that the pitches in the World Cup will have something for the bowlers as well.

David Warner said, “They can be slower, and they’re going to turn a bit; the wickets tend to get a little bit lower and slower.”
Warner has not been in the best of his form in the ongoing IPL season. The southpaw has scored 167 runs at a strike rate of 135.77.

David Warner said, “Even when we played there in the 2010 World Cup, the pitches weren’t high-scoring.”.

Warner further added, “That’s when you did need an anchor; someone like Mike Hussey came out and scored runs for us. He had to come and sort of knock it around.”

Warner said, “It’s going to be completely different there. Add the natural elements as well. They’re going to be predominantly day games, I think, because of the timing. So that plays a big factor.”

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