Australia are now coming slow as in both Test and T20I series they picked two vice captains to lead the team in better manners.
Chris Lynn who was out of the team has come to rescue Australia as they are going to clash with NO.1 T20I side in the world, Chris Lynn who was struggling with his shoulder injury has come to squad after the gap of some months. He toured against South Africa last time.
Australia named Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carey as their vice captains of the name while their regular captain will be Aron Finch who is so consistent throughout his debut, he has made two 150+ scores, none other has passed those scores so far.
Coach justin Langer said the decision have been made by the same process which was made for the Test Team while selecting two vice captains, the decision had been made by Coach, Selector Greg Chappel, Board Director Mark Taylor, Chairman David Peever, Selection committee and other big names involved.
They are extremely talented and brilliant cricketers, they know the things around the world, they have vision to compete, Aron Finch has already captained the side in the Tri-Series against Zimbabwe and Pakistan but want to make sure these guys will come on the expectations, and I am extremely impressed by the team that is playing here in UAE, they played beautiful cricket in tour match.
We know he is world class player in shorter format and have performed brilliantly in the T20I, he added.
Mitchell Marsh has been outlined when he played in the tour match, we know he is a popular personality in the team and knows how to lead the team as he leaded Western Australia as well.
Alex Carey who is another vice captain has also impressed the coach as he said he is also handy and also can give much benefit behind the stump.
Aron Finch ( c ) Mitchell march (vc) Alex Carey (vc) Chris Lynn, Adam Zampa, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Starc, Ashton Agar, Glenn Maxwell, Nail-Counter-Nile, Andrew tye, Ben McDermott, D’Archy Short, Billy Stanlake.