- The WTC final, between India and New Zealand, will commence on June 18
- Australians Pat Cummins and Marnus Labuschagne have the most wickets and most runs respectively
- Australian batsman David Warner is the only triple-centurion in the WTC
- David Warner was in India, playing in the IPL, when the country was hit by an aggressive second wave of COVID-19
- "I think it really hit home when everyone saw on TV about what was happening in India with the oxygen" he said
- "You know, people on the streets lining up to cremate their family members and we did see that," Warner said
- Australian players left the COVID-ravaged India after the IPL was suspended
- They completed their 14-day quarantine in Sydney on Monday
- Steve Smith, David Warner and Pat Cummins were among those players
- Australian cricketer David Warner recently posted an animated snapshot of himself and his wife
- The post was accompanied with a message in Telugu to his wife saying "I love you"
- His SRH teammate Rashid Khan was left scratching his head about the meaning
- Chris Gayle recently posted a picture of his vacation in Maldives
- 'Imma pull up baby', he wrote in the caption of a photo of himself alongside a mini car
- This prompted a funny response from Australian batsman David Warner
- Virat Kohli has scored 70 international centuries
- The Indian skipper averages more than 50 runs in all formats
- David Warner has 43 international tons against his name
- Then-Australian captain Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner were given a 1-year ban for the ball tampering plot
- A nine month suspension was given to opener Cameron Bancroft, who had the sandpaper in his possession
- Cricket Australia said it was open to a re-investigation into the incident
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