Glenn Maxwell believes Australia will win the T20 World Cup: ‘No one will be able to stop us’

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Despite their poor form in T20I cricket this year, Australian hard-hitting batsman Glenn Maxwell believes other teams will find it difficult to stop Australia in the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the UAE. He is optimistic about the group heading into the tournament, which he believes will develop into a winning formula for Australia.

Steve Smith, David Warner, and Pat Cummins, who haven’t played for Australia in eight months, will return for the World Cup in the UAE, as will Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, and Kane Richardson, who haven’t played in six months. Aaron Finch, the skipper, returns to the squad after missing the Bangladesh tour due to a knee injury.

 Maxwell expressed his thoughts while discussing the team’s thought process and hopes for the T20 World Cup. According to the ICC’s official website, Maxwell stated, “They’re excellent in my opinion. When this team comes together, I believe we’ll be right back in the thick of things. We’re all excited about it. When you look at our lineup, you’ll notice that we have a team full of match winners and players who, on their day, can take the game away from the opposition. That, I believe, is what it will take. “

Maxwell added that in order to win the tournament, Australia must get off to a strong start. He stated that many teams that have won the tournament in the past have relied on this factor. Australia is in a tough group with the defending champions, West Indies, the world’s top-ranked T20I team, England, and the disciplined South African team. Maxwell also acknowledged that there are no weak teams in the tournament and stated that if they play to their best, that will suffice on the day. He also stated that the IPL in the UAE prior to the World Cup would benefit Australia because some of the players would get a few games in the challenging conditions of the UAE. On October 23, Australia will kick off their T20 World Cup campaign against South Africa.

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