It is very important for India to beat Australia next month to make it to the final of the World Test Championship. A series of 4 Test matches will be played between the two.
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India has to play a 4 test series with Australia next month. This series is very important for India in terms of World Test Championship, because the result of this series will decide whether India will play the final or not. There is going to be a fierce competition between the two teams next month. Team India is eyeing a victory over Australia and playing the final of the Test Championship for the second time in a row.
At the same time, Australia is trying to stop India and for this the Australian veteran has also made a plan to trap Virat Kohli. They have started weaving nets for how to get them out quickly. Actually Kohli has come in his old rhythm. Coming out of his bat continuously. In such a situation, he remains Australia’s biggest headache.
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Gave pain in the World Cup
The bowler who had given India pain 19 years ago was telling Australia the planning of how to trap the former Indian captain. In the 2003 World Cup, Australia defeated India on the basis of Jason Gillespie’s dangerous bowling. In that match, Gillespie hunted Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Kaif. He made India all out for 125 runs by taking 3 wickets for 13 runs. Australia won that match by 9 wickets.
Big fight between Kohli and Cummins
Gillespie believes that the biggest match of the series will be between Kohli and Pat Cummins. To stop Kohli, he advised Australia that Pat Cummins should be sent in front of him. According to Hindustan Times, Gillespie said that he is eager to see the fight between the two. It will be interesting to see how both face each other. He said that when Kohli goes to bat, he wants Cummins to come immediately for bowling.
keep an eye on the green
Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc are also coming along with Australia on the tour of India and both pose a threat to the Indian batsmen. Gillespie said that Stark is a left-arm fast bowler and he reverses the ball late, but Hazlewood and Cummins are also excellent. He can create a ruckus with the old ball. Cameron Green will also be a problem.