David Saker will share Australian boss mentor Darren Lehmann’s workload on long abroad visits like the one in India at this moment
David Saker will fill in as boss mentor when Australia visit India for a seven-coordinate ODI arrangement in October this year. Darren Lehmann is as of now Australia’s head mentor yet because of medicinal reasons, he won’t go to India for the ODIs.
David Saker is Australia’s knocking down some pins mentor. He was employed by England from 2010 to 2015 and after that arrived in Victoria before supplanting Craig McDermott in the Australian care staff in July a year ago.
Darren Lehmann’s workload has been partaken as of late because of the previous Australian batsman’s medical problems with profound vein thrombosis, an issue that deteriorates after long flights.
Saker won’t be the first run through when Lehmann has skirted a constrained overs arrangement. Previous Test opener and Western Australia mentor Justin Langer drove Australia to a year ago’s ODI tri-arrangement win over the West Indies and South Africa in the Caribbean.
Saker is viewed as a contender to supplant Lehmann as head mentor. Lehmann’s guiding contract has been reached out till the 2019 World Cup in the UK and the Ashes arrangement that instantly takes after.
“It’s an enormous respect to be even thought to be a mentor of an Australian group, and to be given the open door is fabulous,” Saker said.
“Will anticipate it a great deal, and my desire is to mentor Australia. I know not playing cricket for Australia makes it a tad bit harder.
“Be that as it may, I think I’ve been included in Test cricket, one-day cricket and Twenty20 cricket a considerable measure. I’ve seen a ton of cricket, so I think I could carry out the employment no ifs ands or buts.”