I’m suited at the top of the order and hopefully I can stay there: D’Arcy Short
After being included in the Australian T20 facet as an opener D’Arcy Short has reiterated his need to proceed at the spot regardless of the return of Aaron Finch. This was after Finch suffered a hamstring damage final month and Short was introduced in to exchange him. Since then, the soutpaw has hit scores of 4, 30 and 36 in three innings.
“I didn’t know what to expect, but I think they wanted to keep me opening because I’d done so well in the Big Bash and throwing me down the order might have changed that. I was definitely a little surprised given how well they (Finch and Warner) have done at the top. But I think I’m suited there. That’s where I like to bat and hopefully I can stay there,” cricket.com.au quoted him saying.
D’Arcy Short shot to limelight after scoring 572 runs for Hobart Hurricanes in the lately concluded BBL. He was additionally named participant of the event. However, if there may be one space which did appear to trouble the left-hander, that’s, his means to counter spin.
Dismissed strategies that enjoying spin is an issue, Short stated, “I go at a run-a-ball against spin – I don’t see what the problem is there. But I’ll obviously keep trying to work at it, to get my strike rate up against (spin) would be good.” “I’m happy with where it’s at at the moment though,” he conlcuded by saying.