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Sunday, 7 September 2014

George Bailey has stepped down as the captain of Australia's T20I

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George Bailey has stepped down as the captain of Australia's T20I
George Bailey, a place in the Australian Test team to play first-class cricket for Tasmania has stepped down as captain of Australia T20I setup. Bailey T20I against Pakistan in October in the UAE as well as the game against South Africa in November, which means that it is part of a three-T20I.

However, the three-match series against South Africa after the completion of Bailey will be available to play for Australia and India will be expected to take part in the T20 WC 2016.

"The ultimate goal is to play Test cricket, and hopefully more, but it's more than just the best I played cricket for four days," Bailey, Cricket Australia was quoted as saying.

"I am very happy that I get to find the most challenging and the format of the format. Return to the Test team for me to concentrate on my true passion, that would end up getting. Part, it does not worry me too much., Which is playing just as well as I can."

We have a number of young guys come through Bailey exciting it was possible to see the development of "used to be., I find his feet and a new captain of the team wanted to give an opportunity to put his mark on the 2016 World Cup."

Bailey's leadership, Australia T-20 World Cup 2012 semi-finalists, Aaron Finch, opening batsman Bailey is likely to take over the mantle from the captain of the Australian team.

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