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‘I’ve freed up a lot of money’ – Ricky Ponting’s honest confession with Andrew McDonald about Cameron Green’s Indian T20 League chances

Australia are currently busy playing the home Test series against West Indies.

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Ricky Ponting and Andrew McDonald (Image Source: Twitter)

On 30 November 2022, Australia kicked off their two-match home series against West Indies in Perth. However, Cameron Green has made headlines recently with his performances for his country. So, ahead of the upcoming mini-auction, he is going to be one of the players to watch out for.

Meanwhile, Ricky Ponting will be in action again in the next Indian T20 League season with the Delhi franchise. So, he has now come up with an honest confession regarding the chances of Cameron Green in the next edition of the rich vein league. He also said to the Australian head coach Andrew McDonald to keep his phone on.   

Here is the shared video:

“I’m really interested to have an Indian T20 League conversation” – Ricky Pointing about Cameron Green

During the post-lunch show of the first Test match on 7 Cricket, Ponting said: “Maybe not here on-air but Keep your phone on tonight. I’m really interested to have an Indian T20 League conversation with you about Cam Green cos I freed up a fair bit of money for the Delhi franchise this year. I wanna low-down on how much he’s gonna be available. The fans will love him.”

However, Cameron Green also shared his excitement about getting a chance in the next edition of the Indian T20 League. While speaking to, Green said: “Speaking to a lot of guys, especially in the WA (Western Australia) set up about their experiences in the Indian T20 League, they speak so highly of it. They speak about the quality coaches that you are around, the quality players that you are around. They are all the best in the world at their craft. It is a craft that I have not been exposed to too much. I am so open to wanting to learn as much as I can and that is probably one of the best environments to learn in.”

Speaking of the first Test against West Indies, Australia ended Day 1 after scoring 293 runs for two wickets. Usman Khawaja scored 665 runs off 149 balls. Marnus Labuschagne finished the day with 154 runs off 270 balls. While Steve Smith ended the day with 59* runs off 107 balls.


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