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David Warner showed faith in the Australian side and said that there was hardly anything to panic IANS

Already in a shock following an embarrassing 1-4 defeat to India in the just concluded ODI series, visitors Australia are already a game behind in the three-match T20I series against the hosts. Meanwhile, stand-in skipper David Warner has insisted that Australia should not panic and instead continue to play their brand of cricket. Warner showed faith in his side and said that there was hardly anything to panic, as they are well capable of bouncing back, with especially the format being T20, anything can still be possible. However, he asserted that the Australian players will have to play some real good cricket to outclass the Indians, who are currently in incredible form. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Australia 2017, 2nd T20I at Guwahati

“We have just got to keep going out there and keep backing ourselves 100 per cent. We have just got to keep playing the game that we know and that’s the brand of cricket that we bring to the table. I don’t look too much into it. At the end of the day even if you get out early then there’s a collapse in the middle after a partnership, everyone becomes frustrated. No one wants to get out. Yeah there’s always reasons why it happens. People talk about pressure, people talk about having two batsmen in and then having two batsmen get out,” said Warner, as reported by PTI.

“It’s important no matter what the circumstance, we try and win every game possible. Just getting a victory over here is always challenging, it’s going to be tough, you have to play to the best of your ability. If you give India a sniff on your home soil or even away, they’re going to pounce. You have to be on top of your game to beat an opposition in their country. We’ve got a lot to play for,” he added. Kuldeep: No question of replacing Ashwin, Jadeja

Warner also stated that he would be trying to walk in the steps of regular captain Steven Smith and aim to turn things around. “I try and follow those same key messages to ensure that when we are doing our best, making sure we are committed and we are preparing as well as we can to go out on the field. That’s all I can do to the best of my ability and obviously it is up to the players to follow directions and leads,” he said.

Warner also spoke regarding the tight international schedule, but asserted it is not an excuse for their poor performance. “I just know that when we are available we are going to play. It’s a very tough schedule as it is for every single country. I’m not actually looking at the Ashes at the moment. I’m concentrating on tomorrow’s game. When you are playing a long series and have got Test matches coming up or you were playing a Test match like we did and there was a T20 on, it’s quite hard,” he said. R Ashwin hopeful of limited-overs opportunity soon

“I’m not going to sit here and say we should or we should not. At the end of the day, we have just got to go out there and play the best cricket we can. You’ve basically got to pick and choose when to rest your big players,” he added.

Speaking on Cricket Australia (CA) planning to bring in either of Ricky Ponting, Justin Langer, Jason Gillespie as stand-in coach for David Saker as specialist T20I coach, he said, “That’s the first I’ve heard of it. At the end of the day I think that’s the responsibility of the board and the guys that are up there to chair that. From a playing point of view we’ve just got to concentrate on playing cricket.”