David Warner to Skip West Indies White-Ball Matches for ILT20

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David Warner may likely miss some home cricket, according to the chief executive of the Australian Cricketers’ Association, as he looks to maximize his T20 league availability post-retirement from Test cricket. Warner is expected to play in the BBL for Sydney Thunder and could potentially miss finals if the team qualifies. Warner’s absence from international duty for domestic T20 deals is a significant development in Australian cricket, with selectors planning ahead to have a full-strength squad for T20Is in New Zealand to prepare for the upcoming World Cup. Additionally, Warner has expressed his intentions not to take a Cricket Australia central contract to have more flexibility in his career decisions.

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