Cameron Green needs to perform in IPL 2024 for RCB to get chance in T20 World Cup squad. If you perform brilliantly for RCB in IPL, you will get a place in the T20 World Cup squad, big statement from the Chief Selector.

By Nishu Bhardwaj February 9, 2024 1:19 PM IST

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The T20 World Cup will be played in West Indies and USA right after IPL 2024 to be played in India. On the basis of this tournament, many teams will assess the performance of their players. Meanwhile, the chief selector of the national team has made a big announcement regarding a player playing for the RCB team. If this player performs well during the IPL, then this player can be included in the squad for the World Cup. The selectors are keeping an eye on this player. This player is none other than Cameron Green of Australia.

Will be seen playing for RCB

Cameron Green remains in the consideration of Australia’s selectors for the T20 World Cup. Australia can take a major decision regarding its T20 World Cup squad only after the IPL. Green has been kept out of the T20 team for the time being due to preparations for the Test series to be played against New Zealand. He will join his IPL team RCB at the end of March, having been traded from Mumbai Indians to Royal Challengers Bangalore for this series, and his performance in the IPL may still impress the selectors.

What did the chief selector of the team say?

When Australia’s national selectors George Bailey was asked whether Green was still in the frame, he said that yes, we know that he is going to the IPL and will play many T20 matches together. For us, we are in constant dialogue with the players who play all formats, we are keeping an eye on the players and based on their performance at any point of time, we have to make sure that they get what they need and we name these players in the World Cup. Putting together the squad to be selected for the Cup.

Couldn’t impress in 2023

Green made his mark at the top order in T20 Internationals shortly before the last World Cup in 2022 when he scored two quick half-centuries against India. When Josh Inglis was injured, he was included in Australia’s squad, although he played only once in the World Cup, the final against Afghanistan. He did not take part in any of Australia’s eight T20 matches last year, preferring Test and ODI. Green faced challenges in all formats in 2023 after his first IPL.

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