Just a day before the start of the first Test between India and Australia, some Australian cricket experts have come forward and called for ICC’s intervention to investigate pitch doctoring. The first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 will be played in Nagpur.
Various teams over the years that have toured India for Test series. has alleged. That Indian pitches are made to suit their spinners. Ahead of the first Border Gavaskar Trophy, some cricket pundits have revived the topic by citing the pitch at the VCA Stadium.
Australian cricket experts wanted |
The classic saying about pitches is | Oh it’s the same for all’. Robert Craddock said on SEN. When there was too much grass left on the Gabba pitch. So people were saying. Yes, it was not a good wicket. But it was the same for all. But you can’t say the same about this pitch. Australia have six left-handers in the top eight.
Ninety percent of the time I feel frustrated about it. But the other 10 percent it’s a fiction for the series. It’s just shaping up beautifully. It’s all part of the old fashioned hijinks. Test cricket needs these stories. And the drama side of me enjoys it.
Former Australia player Simon O’Donnell said that if the ICC feels that something is not right. So he should intervene. He said ICC should step in and do something about it if they feel it. that it is not correct. But when it comes to India. So many things happen. And nothing is what it seems. They said if they really think | that there is such a pitch here. Which is not in accordance with the general standards of Test cricket and the characteristics of this ground. So ICC needs to do something.