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Australia vs India 2018: 3 reasons why India can the Test series

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2.50K   //    03 Oct 2018, 14:13 IST

Indian have their biggest opportunity to upset Australia in an overseas Test series, for their first time in history.
India have their biggest opportunity to upset Australia in an overseas Test series

India are busy in their preparation to battle a weak yet promising Test side, the West Indies. Just after the completion of the West Indies tour to India, BCCI will send some Indian players of the Test team to New Zealand along with the India 'A' team. India have missed two golden opportunities to triumph overseas under Virat Kohli due to the lack of practice. This time though, BCCI has made sure India will get enough practice ahead of the all-important tour to Australia.

The India vs Australia Test series will be the most anticipated series of India's overseas journey, as India have never won a Test series in Australia. However, this time around, their fate can change. India have a great chance of beating the Aussies in Australia later this year and here are five reasons why:


#3 Quality Pace Attack

Many experts have claimed that the current pace attack of India is the best India ever had.
Many experts have claimed that the current pace attack of India is the best they have ever had

India will be facing Australia with their best pace-attack ever. India, in the present scenario, have a versatile and energetic pace attack which has performed well in their last two overseas Test series, against South Africa and England.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar can make the Aussies dance to his tunes with his swinging deliveries, whereas Shami and Umesh could make the ball reverse swing to trouble the Aussie batsmen. Ishant should be able to make his Test experience count. Bumrah has the ability to entrap the Aussie batsmen with his awkward action.

To sum it up, if the bowlers are complemented by the batsmen properly, India can have a strong chance of clinching the Test series this time around.

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