Updated May 28th, 2024 at 16:44 IST

T20 World Cup 2024: Australia sends BOLD WARNING to favorites India, England and NZ | WATCH

Australia are all set to face Namibia and West Indies in their warmup fixtures as they ramp up preparations for the T20 World Cup 2024.

Aus players send warning to other teams | Image:Instagram/Aussie Men’s Cricket Team

The much anticipated T20 World Cup 2024 is about to kick start from the 1st of June in USA and West Indies. With less than a week remaining till the start of the World Cup, the reigning ODI World Cup champions and the team with most ICC trophies in history of the sport, Australia are ready for the action and have sent a spine chilling warning to other teams in the tournament.

Australia will kickstart their prep for the T20 World Cup with their warmup against Namibia on May 28 in Trnidad. Then they will go on to face West Indies in their second warm up game before opening their group stage campaign with the match against Oman on June 5th. As they tune in their preparations here is the warning they sent to other teams in the competition. 


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Australia warn teams ahead of T20 World Cup

Australia Men's Cricket Team Instagram handle posted a video on the eve of their warmup game against Namibia and in the video their star players were supremely confident of the team's chances. The players were asked to give their bold predictions for the World Cup. 

Australia's captain in the T20 World Cup Mitchell Marsh simply said that they will win the World Cup. 


Star leg spinner Adam Zampa took his skipper's prediction even further and said that Australia will go undefeated throughout the tournament.

Australia's ace pacer Nathan Ellis was supremely confident of team's chances and believed that their skipper ‘Bison’ (Mitchell Marsh) will be the leading run scorer of the tournament. 

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Australia are the reigning ODI World Cup and WTC Champions. If Mitchell Marsh's side do end up winning the World Cup then they will become the first team in history to hold all the three world titles at the same time. 



Published May 28th, 2024 at 16:37 IST