Australian wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade who is also a part of the ODI squad touring West Indies, is eager to do well for his side, especially with the bat. With the ongoing tri-series in West Indies going on, Wade is the only wickekeeper batsman for Australia, and is certain to play all of their matches in the series, even the final, if Australia make it till there. Wade feels, that he has hit in him to win matches for his side in the ODI format, but believes Peter Nevill is a better keeper’ than him. Wade although will be certain to make his mark in the ongoing ODI tr-series whihc also features South Africa, so that his chances of being selected for the tour of Sri Lanka are high. ALSO READ: Nathan Lyon, Adam Zampa, Glenn Maxwell: Australia’s spin woes finally have answers
“I feel like in the one-day game I’ve got the ability to win games with the bat,” Wade said as quoted by cricket.com.au. “I think you need a little bit more balance – keeping and batting – in one-day cricket. I’m the man for the job. I’ve been in the one-day team consistently since the end of the (2015) World Cup, so I feel like I’ve had a good amount of games to back it up and feel comfortable,” he added.
Wade, wasn’t picked for the T20 World Cup 2016 that took place in India as the selectors went with Peter Nevill for the T20 format. When asked about what he felt about that decision Wade said – “They went with the best keeper in the country. That is Peter Nevill at the moment. We all know that, that is why he’s the Test keeper. “I was pretty comfortable with that selection.”
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