Former Cricketer Adam Gilchrist Backs Australia To Win The Remaining Two Tests Vs India

Australia managed to dominate the Indian team on the first day of the third Test in Indore, when they restricted the Indians to just 109 runs in the first innings. Former Australia legend Adam Gilchrist believes that even after losing the series, the Kangaroos have a lot to achieve in the remaining two Tests.

“It has been a tough series and so far India have outplayed them, so the series is over and they can’t win it, but they can take a lot out of it. This is the challenge. Look, Australia have faced a very skilful India team here. But there’s no reason Australia can’t save some of it. Of course, the World Test Championship is something that is on offer for both the teams. So it is quite interesting,” Gilchrist told ANI.

Courtesy the spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, the Indian team defeated Australia in the first two Tests. Playing against the Indian spinners, the Kangaroo batsmen could not understand anything.

The visitors worked hard on their weaknesses and opted to play the game with three spinners. Asked what advice he would like to give to Australian spinners, he replied, “I wouldn’t give any advice to spinners because I can’t bowl spin.”

Earlier, Australia dominated the entire day’s play against India on Day 1 of the third Test at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. And surprisingly, it was their spinners who helped them achieve that. Matthew Kuhnmann’s maiden five-wicket haul of Nathan Lyon’s 3/25 and Todd Murphy’s 1/23 allowed India to be bowled out for 109 after the Kangaroos were asked to field first.

Kuhnmann’s slow left-arm spin was too good for the star-studded Indian lineup as he picked up the wickets of Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer, Ravichandran Ashwin and Umesh Yadav to record his maiden five-wicket haul. Test match cricket. It took Australia a little over a season to dismiss the Men in Blue in their home conditions.

In reply, while India got the wicket of Travis Head early, a 96-run partnership between Usman Khawaja (60) and Marnus Labuschagne (31) more or less ensured that Australia would take the lead and even though the Aussies You have ended the day. Playing on 156/4 with all the wickets falling to Ravindra Jadeja, the day completely belonged to the visitors, who faced a lot of criticism in this Test match.

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