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Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell will be looking forward to showcasing his all-round prowess against Team India in the three-match T20I series.

The first of the three-match T20I series between India and Australia will kick off today at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali. It will be quite interesting to see which team comes out on top in the T20I opener.

The team that takes the first lead in the series will have a great deal of confidence going forward into the second game. Both teams have firepower in their arsenal to outsmart the other.

As a result, we can expect one heck of a contest for sure. Australia’s top all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is surely the player to watch out for in the first T20I.

Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India
Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India

We all know how dangerous if he gets going and he can easily pose a serious threat to the Indian bowlers. He has plenty of experience playing in the IPL and loves playing in the Indian conditions.

Maxwell and his teammates have already had enough training sessions in order to compete with Team India for the three-match T20I series.

READ MORE: Former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin Surprised To See Shreyas Iyer And Mohammed Shami Not Making The Cut In The T20 World Cup 2022 Squad

Glenn Maxwell practices batting left-handed ahead of T20I opener against India

Meanwhile, a video doing the rounds on social media shows Glenn Maxwell practicing batting left-handed ahead of the first T20I match against Team India.

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The video clip of the same has been doing the rounds on social media. We have seen plenty of creative shots from Maxwell in the past. He loves to try switch-hits.

Punjab Cricket Association posted the video on their Twitter handle. The caption of the post reads, “Maxi is making sure he bats lefty righty according to the situation #IndvsAus @Gmaxi_32.”

Watch the video below:

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Glenn has represented the Australian cricket team in 87 T20Is. Overall, he scored 2017 runs at an average of 30.6 and an impressive strike-rate of 153.4.

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We all know that the likes of Mitchell Marsh, David Warner and Marcus Stoinis are not featuring in the upcoming three-match T20I series against India.

As a result, the Aussies will rely on players like Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith to deliver the goods. India will enter the series as the favourites.

Australia squad for India T20Is

Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Aaron Finch (c). Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis. Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Daniel Sams, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa.

READ MORE: “Don’t Create Monsters In Dressing Room, It Was MS Dhoni Earlier, It’s Virat Kohli Now,” Gautam Gambhir Makes A Bold Statement

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell will be looking forward to showcasing his all-round prowess against Team India in the three-match T20I series.

The first of the three-match T20I series between India and Australia will kick off today at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali. It will be quite interesting to see which team comes out on top in the T20I opener.

The team that takes the first lead in the series will have a great deal of confidence going forward into the second game. Both teams have firepower in their arsenal to outsmart the other.

As a result, we can expect one heck of a contest for sure. Australia’s top all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is surely the player to watch out for in the first T20I.

Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India
Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India

We all know how dangerous if he gets going and he can easily pose a serious threat to the Indian bowlers. He has plenty of experience playing in the IPL and loves playing in the Indian conditions.

Maxwell and his teammates have already had enough training sessions in order to compete with Team India for the three-match T20I series.

READ MORE: Former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin Surprised To See Shreyas Iyer And Mohammed Shami Not Making The Cut In The T20 World Cup 2022 Squad

Glenn Maxwell practices batting left-handed ahead of T20I opener against India

Meanwhile, a video doing the rounds on social media shows Glenn Maxwell practicing batting left-handed ahead of the first T20I match against Team India.

The video clip of the same has been doing the rounds on social media. We have seen plenty of creative shots from Maxwell in the past. He loves to try switch-hits.

Punjab Cricket Association posted the video on their Twitter handle. The caption of the post reads, “Maxi is making sure he bats lefty righty according to the situation #IndvsAus @Gmaxi_32.”

Watch the video below:

Glenn has represented the Australian cricket team in 87 T20Is. Overall, he scored 2017 runs at an average of 30.6 and an impressive strike-rate of 153.4.

We all know that the likes of Mitchell Marsh, David Warner and Marcus Stoinis are not featuring in the upcoming three-match T20I series against India.

As a result, the Aussies will rely on players like Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith to deliver the goods. India will enter the series as the favourites.

Australia squad for India T20Is

Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Aaron Finch (c). Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis. Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Daniel Sams, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa.

READ MORE: “Don’t Create Monsters In Dressing Room, It Was MS Dhoni Earlier, It’s Virat Kohli Now,” Gautam Gambhir Makes A Bold Statement

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell will be looking forward to showcasing his all-round prowess against Team India in the three-match T20I series.

The first of the three-match T20I series between India and Australia will kick off today at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali. It will be quite interesting to see which team comes out on top in the T20I opener.

The team that takes the first lead in the series will have a great deal of confidence going forward into the second game. Both teams have firepower in their arsenal to outsmart the other.

As a result, we can expect one heck of a contest for sure. Australia’s top all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is surely the player to watch out for in the first T20I.

Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India
Australian All-Rounder Glenn Maxwell Practices Batting Left Handed Ahead Of T20I Opener Against Team India

We all know how dangerous if he gets going and he can easily pose a serious threat to the Indian bowlers. He has plenty of experience playing in the IPL and loves playing in the Indian conditions.

Maxwell and his teammates have already had enough training sessions in order to compete with Team India for the three-match T20I series.

READ MORE: Former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin Surprised To See Shreyas Iyer And Mohammed Shami Not Making The Cut In The T20 World Cup 2022 Squad

Glenn Maxwell practices batting left-handed ahead of T20I opener against India

Meanwhile, a video doing the rounds on social media shows Glenn Maxwell practicing batting left-handed ahead of the first T20I match against Team India.

The video clip of the same has been doing the rounds on social media. We have seen plenty of creative shots from Maxwell in the past. He loves to try switch-hits.

Punjab Cricket Association posted the video on their Twitter handle. The caption of the post reads, “Maxi is making sure he bats lefty righty according to the situation #IndvsAus @Gmaxi_32.”

Watch the video below:

Glenn has represented the Australian cricket team in 87 T20Is. Overall, he scored 2017 runs at an average of 30.6 and an impressive strike-rate of 153.4.

We all know that the likes of Mitchell Marsh, David Warner and Marcus Stoinis are not featuring in the upcoming three-match T20I series against India.

As a result, the Aussies will rely on players like Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith to deliver the goods. India will enter the series as the favourites.

Australia squad for India T20Is

Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Aaron Finch (c). Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Josh Inglis. Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Daniel Sams, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa.

READ MORE: “Don’t Create Monsters In Dressing Room, It Was MS Dhoni Earlier, It’s Virat Kohli Now,” Gautam Gambhir Makes A Bold Statement

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