The legend of Australia Has Some Intriguing Words Of Wisdom For Steve Smith And Co.

Even though they lost the series, Adam Gilchrist, a former Australian batter who maintained wicket, believes that Australia still has a lot to prove in the last two Test matches. In his interview with ANI, Adam Gilchrist talked about the forthcoming Border Gavaskar Trophy. The difficulty is that even though they couldn’t win the series since India has so far surpassed them, they might still learn a lot from it. There’s no reason Australia can’t accomplish that, and of course both teams can compete for the world test championship. Australia has already met a highly skilled Indian squad here. Thus, it becomes very intriguing “Gilchrist said.

Australia lost the first two Test matches against the hosts because they were unable to compete with the spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. Australia appeared to have figured out how to cope with Indian spinners in the first innings of the second test match. The fact that the hosts were able to win in the second inning showed how useless their code was.

After identifying their lineup’s weakness, the Australians chose to play the game with three spinners. Gilchrist was asked by ANI if he had any tips to offer the Australian spinners. Gilchrist had a funny answer to this question. I won’t provide the spinners any advise because I can’t bowl spin.

Even without Gilchrist’s guidance, the Australian spinners had excellent performance on the first day of the third test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy.

Matthew Kuhnemann set the pace, destroying half of the Indian batsmen, and concluded the day with his first five-wicket haul. Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne were able to hang onto their wicket for the duration of the game despite the Indian spinners’ best efforts to counteract them. As a result, Australia’s team concluded Day 1 with a score of 156/4 and a 47-run advantage.

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