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Cummins warned Kohli-Rohit before India tour

Cummins warned Kohli Rohit before India tour

Australia recently won the series at home against South Africa by 2-0. Australia’s eyes now on the series against India next month. Ajira has already started preparing for it. They are even going to visit India with full strength. Virat and Rohit were warned in advance by Auji captain Pat Cummins. He gave this warning in a press conference.

Cummins spoke about playing with five spinners against India. Ajira is preparing to enter the field with all options against the Indians. In addition to two regular spinners, three part-time spinners will also be kept in the Australian team, Cummins has hinted. In the press conference, Cummins said, “India is a tough opponent. We want to win on Indian soil. So we will have all options in our team. We have in our mind, going to play a big series. So we want to keep all options open in front of us, so that there is no problem in winning.”

In the third and final Test against South Africa, Ashton scored 58 runs in 22 overs but did not take a wicket. However, Cummins believes that this left-arm spinner can benefit the Indian pitch. Cummins said, “Pitches in Asia are mainly based on spin. Spinners are a big factor there, Ash is definitely in the team for the tour of India. The third Test was a preparation for everyone. The wicket in Sydney is different from the Indian pitch, this wicket is a little different from India. Getting spin on the Indian pitch. However, there was not much spin on the Sydney pitch. The Indian wicket sometimes broke in the middle of the pitch. So the left-arm offspinner’s role became important for right-handed batsmen. These things must be thought of before taking the field”.

Apart from Agar, Australia has other options. Cummins said, “Trad can play an important role on Indian soil. Trade is a bit of a different type of spin bowler than Lion. Trade can get help on pitches that Indians are used to playing. I am happy with the way Trade has performed at home. But due to some limitations, OK in the match.” Couldn’t bowl much. But I’m optimistic he’s going to be a key player for us on Indian soil.”

Apart from these two spinners, Australia has three more spinners. Keeping in mind India’s pitch, this is Australia’s option. Cummins also said, “We want to do well on Indian soil.” The selectors can pick two spinners keeping the pitch in mind. Besides, Travis, Marnus, Smith can bowl. Usually two spinners do not play for five days. We are making all kinds of preparations Keep in mind, we have more options. Hope we will do well on Indian soil”.

Meanwhile, Australia has reached the final of the World Test Championship after winning the series against South Africa. They are on top of the points table. India is number two. India lost the series in South Africa. If they can beat Australia, then India is also sure of the final.

However, if they do not win, Team India will have to calculate various equations and think about the final. If India loses to Australia, the New Zealand-Sri Lanka series must be looked forward to. If Sri Lanka loses against New Zealand here, India will qualify for the final. And if Sri Lanka wins then Sri Lanka will reach the final. So India’s series against Australia is very important. Let’s see who wins this series of high voltage?

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