Australian all-rounder, Marcus Stoinis is looking to change the dynamics of his batting in order to add more flair in his batting style ahead of the three-match T20 and as many ODI series against England, starting from September 4th.
All the T20 matches will be played at the Ageas Bowl while the ODI matches will be played at Old Trafford. The matches will be played behind closed doors in a biosecure bubble.
“There were a few little changes, I was more willing to move around the crease a little bit and create a few options and the change the dynamic of the game. I am quite a structured individual and structured player. That’s a small thing I have changed ” ESPN Cricinfo quoted Stonis as saying.
“It might be early in the innings or might be more to get off strike, If I get an idea by reading the bowler of what they are trying to bowl, being able to manipulate the pick the field and pick spots where I want to hit boundaries, ” He added.
Marcus Stoinis is making a comeback in the Australian squad after 2019 World Cup held in England.
“It feels frustrating when you feel like you have got the results on the board and you don’t get rewarded. But in the same breath there is probably six, seven more players who feel the same way. So you don’t get too much carried away with it. Its nice reward to back in the squad” He concluded.
He got selected in the Australian squad after he scored 705 runs for Melbourne Stars in recently concluded Big Bash league at a batting average of 54.23 including his brilliant knock of unbeaten 147 runs against Sydney sixers. The first T20 between England and Australia will be played on September 4th 2020 in Southampton.