Australian explosive opener David Warner is ready to wait before he launches the war of words. The hard hitter has warned England that one way or another, he’ll het under their skin throughout the series.
He said, “At the moment I’m not going to put any vibes out there or get into a verbal stoush … but come day one when we walk out there, there will definitely be some words exchanged. But I think the subtle approach these days is how it is and how it goes. Four years ago, during that first Test I made some statements in the media and at the time I thought it was a great thing to come out and speak what I said,” Warner further added, “I have no regrets about that and I think that could have played a little bit of a role in the back of their minds. You have to delve and dig deep into yourself to actually get some hatred about them to actually get up when you’re out there. History is a big part in this and that is what carries us onto the ground.”
England will be without their star all-rounder Ben Stokes who’s under investigation for the Bristol scandal and is suspended indefinitely. Without one if their finest, England must not get carried away in the war of words.