The ICC cricket world cup Australia squad 2023 has a 15-member team which includes: Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc. Meanwhile, Pat Cummins is going to lead Australia Squad in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 and Andrew McDonald will be the head coach of Australia Squad 2023.
Australia Squad & Teams List for Cricket World Cup 2023
They boast of a dynamic opening pair in the form of veteran David Warner and hard-hitting southpaw, Travis Head to provide them blistering starts and then a stabiliser in Steve Smith to arrest a collapse and hold innings together.
As always, the Australia squad 2023 is absolutely stacked with multidimensional players like Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh and Cameron Green.
Alex Carey is the first-choice wicketkeeper while dynamic opening batsman Jos Inglis has been included as his backup.
Since the Cricket World Cup 2023 is being held in India, the spinners are likely to have a huge say in the proceedings at certain venues. This makes the presence of quality spinners in the squad an absolute necessity.
The Australia squad cricket world cup are blessed in this department as they have a wicket-taking wrist-spinner in Adam Zampa and an extremely efficient defensive left-arm finger spinner in Ashton Agar
The pace-bowling department boasts of familiar names like Mitchell Starc, skipper Pat Cummins, Josh Hazleood and Sean Abbott.
Marnus Labuschagne is a notable omission in the 15-member squad, but considering his recent form in South Africa, and given the fact that there is still time for the teams to make amendments to their squad, we may just see his name in the final list on September 28.
Australia Squad ODI World Cup 2023 - Coaches
Fixture: 8 Oct – v India; 12 Oct – v South Africa; 16 Oct – v Sri Lanka; 20 Oct – v Pakistan; 25 Nov – v Netherlands; 28 Nov – v New Zealand ; 4 Nov – v England ; 7 Nov – v Afghanistan ; 11 Nov – v Bangladesh