IND vs. AUS: The first match of the four-match test series between India and Australia will be played in Nagpur from Thursday. This series is important for both teams in view of the WTC finals. But this series is even more important for the Australian team as they face defeat in the last three Border-Gavaskar Trophies. From there, he has lost two series at home. The Australian players still cannot forget the defeat they suffered against Gabba in the last Border-Gavaskar Trophy. At the same time, in India, they have not won a single Test series in 18 years. Meanwhile, Australia’s star players Steve Smith and David Warner have made quite a statement regarding this series.
What did the Australian players say?
Australia’s top players, including Steve Smith and David Warner, feel that winning a Test series in India is a greater achievement than winning the Ashes. In a video posted on cricket.com.au, the Australian players spoke about the challenges of traveling to India. In this video, Smith said: “I left the series, winning the Tests in India is also a challenge.” If we are able to do this, then it will be a big problem. I think if you win a series of Tests in India, it’s a bigger success than winning the Ashes.
Australia opener David Warner said he looks forward to playing against the best spin bowlers in the world. “It was great to be a part of the last few Ashes, but going to India and beating India in India is the toughest challenge for us in Test cricket. I’m looking forward to the tour, it’s always a tough test. On this tour, I am ready to test myself against the best spinners in the world.
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood said: “It’s been a long time since Australia have won a Test series in India. In world cricket, everyone’s goal is to try to win in India.” Mitchell Starc also said, “Winning a series in India is like a crown on the head for any team. If we can win the Ashes on India tour and the England tour, that will be a great achievement.
what did the captain say
Cummins said: “Winning a series in India is like winning the Ashes in England. However, I would consider this a bigger achievement than the Ashes. If we win here, it will be a great professional achievement.
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