The series between India and Australia will begin on February 9 in Nagpur and will last for one week.
On game day, both India and Australia will field their strongest line-ups. The series is crucial for both teams because Men in Blue must win every game to qualify for the World Test Championship 2023’s second round.
To maintain their honour, the kangaroos must prevail in every game.
Ravi Shastri's speech after the historic win at Gabba, #onthisday in 2021…
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The previous Test match between these two teams was a historic contest contested at Gabba, when Pant produced the performance of his life to lead India to victory.
Both teams fielded a total of 34 players for the four-game series, making it an intriguing and highly successful one.
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy, named for two cricketing legends from opposing nations Allan Donald and Sunil Gavaskar, is regarded as one of the finest competitions in the game’s longest format.
Given the magnitude of the match and the fact that it was the first Test cricket match the Kangaroos had lost against any Test playing nation in 33 years, India’s triumph at Gabba (Brisbane) is particularly noteworthy.