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Watch: Glenn McGrath of Australia was almost attacked by a Python, and this is what happened afterwards


Glenn McGrath of Australia was shown in a recent video dealing with a python at his home.

The Cricket World Cup 2023 bugle has sounded. The participating teams have unveiled their rosters for the October 5-19 big tournament in India. Glenn McGrath, an Australian legend, must understand what it’s like to be a world champion. Glenn McGrath was a member of Australia’s World Cup-winning teams in 1999, 2003, and 2007. While his cricket resume is impressive, he also has other skills. Glenn MacGrath was seen dealing with a python at his home in a recent video.

“After plenty of encouragement & support from @saraleonmcgrath, all 3 Coastal Carpet Pythons that were in the house were safely released back into the bush #carpetpython #snakecatcher #notthebestfootwear,” he commented alongside the post.

Cricket Australia has announced its roster for the Cricket World Cup 2023, captained by Pat Cummins. Senior players like as Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, and others were chosen, while Marnus Labuschagne was left out. Tim David, a big-hitting middle-order batter, was also unable to find a berth on the team. All-rounder Aaron Hardie, speedster Nathan Ellis, and teenage spinner Tanveer Sangha were the players left out of Australi’s initial 18-man preliminary team.
Looking at the squad, it’s evident that pacing Sean Abbott is favoured over Nathan Ellis for the final berth as a back-up pacer. The spin tandem of Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa was chosen by the selectors.

The wicket-keeper hitters in the squad are Alex Carey and Josh Inglis. Carey will undoubtedly be the top pick following his outstanding performance in the recent Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.

“Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, and Glenn Maxwell’s return-to-play programmes are on track.” “All are in good shape to return to the pitch in the coming weeks and possibly be selected for the upcoming series against India,” Bailey added.

“Eight one-day matches remain to be played in South Africa and India before the final squad is announced.” They are followed by two Cricket World Cup practise games, providing ample time to complete the tournament preparations.”

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 are the Australian Cricket World Cup squad.



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