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With eye on T20 World Cup, Starc zeroed in on two forthcoming series | July 05, 2021 10:55 AM

Australian speed bowler Mitchell Starc is totally centered around the ICC T20 World Cup in October-November this year and sees the 10 T20Is arranged over the course of the following month as an extraordinary "opportunity" to assume the part of the focal figure for his group.

"It's an incredible open door for the gathering to begin planning with a smidgen more spotlight on that World Cup, " said Starc who likewise needs to give himself the "most obvious opportunity" to play Test cricket for his nation when Australia take on Afghanistan and afterward play the Ashes.

"Try not to think I've played 10 T20s over the most recent four years let alone in about half a month so actually it is ideal to get somewhat of a musicality of T20 cricket, " Starc told ESPNcricinfo on Sunday.

Starc could show up at a T20 World Cup since 2012, in the wake of having missed the 2016 release in India because of injury.

Starc will start his mission to be in top structure for the T20 World Cup in UAE with a five-match T20I series against the West Indies in the Caribbean, starting July 9. What's more, if the Bangladesh visit gets the last endorsement, five more T20Is are arranged in Dhaka.

"The back finish of the mid year I was intensely centered around the red-ball so put the white-ball aside. To plan for this visit (West Indies) everything's been white-ball centered with what's coming up in the following not many months. Getting ready for more limited spells, to a greater extent an emphasis on remaining capricious or (utilizing) varieties. I don't change a ton in my readiness across the organizations however absolutely they'll be much really arranging and spotlight on strategically what we'll take on this series."

Being Australia's top multi-design player, Starc said moving starting with one organization then onto the next is "intriguing".

"It's an exceptionally intriguing one, " Starc said from St Lucia in West Indies. "For the couple of multi-design players we as a whole need to play as much cricket as possible, Test cricket is absolutely the apex for a ton of us, positively it is for me, just like a World Cup so it will be difficult to single out."

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