Colombo: David Hussey, the highest run-getter in Twenty20 cricket, has fallen out of favour with Australiaâs team management and is struggling to find a place in the starting XI at the ICC World Twenty20. Husseyâs last Twenty20 international half-century came in May 2010 during the third edition of the World Twenty20, and in 14 innings since he has a best of 42 to go with six single-digit scores. The 35-year-old, who has scored 4670 career runs in Twenty20, was dropped from the third match against Pakistan in the UAE last week after scores of 3 and 1 and was not picked in the team for Australiaâs second warm-up against England on Monday. As Australiaâs coach Mickey Arthur explained after the nine-run defeat to England, the junior Hussey has struggled to live up to team expectations. âWe wanted to get everything structured and stable before we went into the tournament. Seven doesnât go into six and one guy has to miss out. Since Iâve come in heâs played every game, bar the start of this tournament,â he told reporters in Colombo. âWe wanted to get little bit more from Dave and wanted Dave to finish games a little bit more than what he has. Heâs aware of that. We had some good honest chat about it. Dave is still very clearly in the mix and down the line could play a really big role in this tournament.âThe emergence of 23-year-old Glenn Maxwell, appears to have put Husseyâs place in danger. âGlenn has played some really good one-day innings for us and heâs got bit about him. If he has a good tournament then he is certainly a guy who can win games for us. Daveâs probably a little bit unlucky,â said Arthur. Hussey was named Player of the Series in Australiaâs inaugural Big Bash League earlier this year, having made 243 runs at 40.50 and taken eight wickets at 19.50.