He has been able to score only one half-century in the last 15 innings in Test matches. Darren Lehmann said, ‘If David Warner is in form then he should be in the team. The issue for me is that he has toured England thrice and never got a hundred. He said, ‘I think he should bat down the order in the Ashes series and bat at number five or six. In such a situation, he can destroy his bowling.
Ricky Ponting raised questions on Warner’s poor form
Former Australian cricket team captain and veteran batsman Ricky Ponting recently gave a big reaction to David Warner’s poor form. He had said that Warner should have retired after his 100th Test. Also, he believes that due to the poor form of David Warner, he will not be included in the Ashes as well. At the same time, he also fears that the test career of this dashing opener may end in a sad way.
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