Australia’s fast bowling all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has said that he is willing to perform whatever role is assigned to him but would love to help Glenn Maxwell lower down the order in the Australian limited-overs line-up. Stoinis had recently opened the batting for Delhi Capitals (DC) in the last two matches – the Qualifier 2 against SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) and the final against Mumbai Indians (MI). He clicked against SRH but failed against MI. DC coach Ricky Ponting has backed Stoinis a lot and the all-rounder admitted that he has played a role in pushing him to the top at DC although Stoinis has had experience opening in the domestic cricket as well as Big Bash League before the IPL. “That is a mix between me opening the batting when I was a lot younger, obviously in the Big Bash League and in state cricket. There was a talk about where I am going to bat in the Australian team and that I am more suited to opening the batting. I think there has been a sort of big pool of events leading me up to opening the batting,” said the Australian while speaking to reporters on Saturday. “But then,… Read full this story
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