Although there was a lot of discussion over the pitches ahead to the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the ICC has given the Nagpur and Delhi wickets a “average” rating. An intense Test series of four games between Team India and Australia is presently underway.
Several cricket enthusiasts and fans believed that the Indian administration was constructing a surface that would benefit the home team before to the first Test in Nagpur. The hosts prevailed in both red-ball matches after three days.
According to cricket sources who spoke with The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, the ICC and match referee Andy Pycroft have given the Nagpur and Delhi tracks a “average” rating.
India keeps the Border-Gavaskar Cup.
When the pitches were being discussed,In the four-match Test series, Rohit Sharma and company enjoy a commanding 2-0 lead, securing the coveted Border-Gavaskar Trophy for another year. It is noteworthy that since the 2004–2005 season, Australia has not won a Test series on Indian soil. Australian domination was also abruptly ended by the Indian squad, who defeated South Africa and the West Indies back-to-back at the end of 2022.
In addition, after falling 2-0 in the four-match series, Australia’s wait for a spot in the World Test Championship championship match continues. India, on the other hand, has improved their chances because a victory in any of the last two Test matches will guarantee them a spot.in the international ICC competition’s finals.
The two cricketing titans will square off in a three-match ODI series beginning on March 17 at Mumbai’s illustrious Wankhede Stadium following the conclusion of the final two Test matches.