The Australian Cricket Team will be hoping to bounce back after a dismal performance in the first Test Match in Nagpur. The visitors came off as clueless against the bowling combination of Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin, who combined for 15 wickets. The Australians must find a way to mitigate the threat offered by spinners since it is anticipated that the Delhi pitch would be similar.
For skipper Rohit Sharma, the Test Series has started off on the greatest possible note as they have given the powerful Australians a reality check. The peculiar thing about Rohit’s leadership was that he remained calm even when Smith and Labuschagne appeared to be a threat in the opening innings.
The second test match is uncertain for Cameron Green.
Adam Collins, a cricket analyst, and SEN WA both mentioned Green’s involvement in the second Test.
He’s reportedly not quite ready to depart yet, according to word on the street. They may want to be cautious with Cameron Green since he slightly reinjured it last week at training camp in Bangalore, according to Adam Collins. He is recovering from a far more complex finger injury from when he had it fractured in Melbourne, for which several pins were (inserted).
Cameron Green has quickly established himself as a key member of the team. A someone like Cameron Green could be able to provide the team crucial breakthroughs. The flamboyant all-rounder last took part in a game for a squad in the Boxing Day Test against the Proteas.
The Australian starting eleven would benefit from having Ashton Agar in it. Agar has been a member of the team for some time and has the ability to add significant runs at the end of an inning. The visitors should take note of England’s remarkable success in the 2012 Test Series, as they did so despite losing the first Test match and going on to win the Test Series 2-1.