Warner to sign with Sydney Thunder for BBL!

Warner to sign with Sydney Thunder for BBL!

Sinchan Saha

Modified Aug 5, 2022 11:18 PM IST

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As indicated by reports, David Warner is going to sign with the Sydney Thunder to formally affirm his hotly anticipated return to the Big Bash League.

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As per The Age, the sought after Australian opener could sign with the western Sydney club this Saturday, which would be his first cooperation in the domestic league starting around 2013.

Warner’s agreement is supposed to be worth at least $340,000, a similar sum being paid to the top international players in the opposition’s first round. The left-hander will take the place of Usman Khawaja who joined the Brisbane Heat. Warner was as of not long ago was reputed to be in converses with play in the UAE’s first ILT20.

David Warner Playing In The Big Bash League Is A Major Boost For The Tournament

Warner was given the potential chance to rejoin the BBL after South Africa pulled out from an ODI series which was to occur in January. Warner was one of a few Australian legally binding players who got offers of up to $650,000 to take part in the UAE fire up, as per The Age.

Yet, on Warner’s occasion, that outcome has been stayed away from, which is a tremendous success for the Big Bash.

After Australia’s three-Test visit against South Africa closes in Sydney toward the beginning of January, Warner will be available for five BBL games.

High-profile T20 players from Australia with BBL contracts incorporate Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa, Aaron Finch, and Tim David.

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Prior, Warner’s director James Erskine revealed to the Sydney Morning Herald that they were in chats with CA and the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) to have Warner play in the BBL.

Any semblance of Steve Smith, Pat Cummings could likewise play in the BBL despite the fact that they don’t have contracts at this point.