The current Australian cricket squad, which is taking against India in the present Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2023, has received some special advise from former Australia batsman Adam Gilchrist.
India has already seized a 2-0 lead in the four-match Test series and has successfully defended its title. Their prospects of qualifying for the Final of the present World Test Championship have improved because to their dominating performances in the first two games.
Although there has been ongoing discussion regarding how the pitches are maintained to favour the host team, former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has spoken out in favour of the “kangaroos” and urged them to put the past in the past and focus on the future. He said it whileThere is still more that Australia can accomplish with two games left.
The series is over and they can’t win it because India has outplayed them up until this point, but they can still gain a lot from it. Since Australia is up against an extremely skilled Indian team here, there is no reason Australia can’t gain something from the series, and of course the world test championship is something that is on the line for both teams. This makes things fairly fascinating, so that’s good,” the 51-year-old was quoted as saying by NDTV Sports.
The former wicketkeeper-batsman feels that even if Australia’s participation in the current series may be over, they shouldn’t let it stop them fromputting their all into the final two Test games. On the other hand, the Australian side may benefit greatly from all of the errors they made in the first two Tests in order to avoid doing them again in the remaining matches of the series.
Nathan Lyon, Todd Murphy, and Matthew Kuhnemann are Australia’s three regular spinners on the field during the third Test. Gilchrist was asked whether he would like to provide any advice with the spinning three at a time when the Indian spinners are proving to be incredibly effective. He replied in jest.
Gilchrist responded with wit when asked for his thoughts, “I won’t provide any advise to the spinners since I can’t bowl spin.”
Day 1 ofAustralia dominated India in the third Test, which resulted in the hosts being bowled out for 109. In his first Test, Matthew Kuhnemann was successful in scoring a field goal. To limit the hunt to spinners, Lyon and Murphy scalped three and one choices, respectively.