3 things India should do to win the Test series in Australia
- The first Test match will start on 6th December. Here are three things India need to concentrate on for the win:
India are scheduled to play four Test matches in Australia and the contest is expected to be enthralling. Presently, the Men in Blue are in Australia and they are playing a T20 series. The first two matches were hit by rain and Australia won the first T20 match by DL method. The second T20 match got abandoned due to rain. Subsequently, India won the third T20 match.
The first Test match will start from 6th December and it will be held at the Adelaide Oval. The anticipation is high and India have a bright chance to win the Test series. The two top-notch Australian players Steve Smith and David Warner will not play the Test series and their absence will certainly reduce Australia's chance to become victorious.
Meanwhile, India had a disastrous overseas Test series in England a couple of months back. Team India lost the five-match series by 4-1 and they did not play like the number one ranked Test team. But India bounced back in the home Test series against West Indies and won the series quite easily. However, India need to learn from the Test series in England and they should not repeat the same mistakes in the Test series against Australia.
The current Australian Test team definitely lacks experience but they can not be taken lightly at home. Here we discuss 3 things India must do to win the Test series in Australia.
#3 Magnificent bowling performance
India's bowling performance has improved a lot in the last two years and the bowling unit is expected to do well against Australia. In fact, India's bowlers were fantastic in England and they will be keen to repeat the performance in Australia.
The fast bowling department is undoubtedly strong and they should take plenty of wickets in the fast-bowling friendly Australian pitches. Five pacers have been included in the squad and the pacers are Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar. The competent Indian bowlers can trouble the inexperienced Australian batsmen in their own backyard.