India vs Australia Test Series : Our Fast Bowlers have been exceptional everywhere reveals Cummins


Australia and India players have already started talking after the latter refused to play a practise match under Indian conditions due to the different preparation of the track from the actual match.

To prepare for the actual Test series, Australia has added a few local players to their team.

Australia’s captain, Pat Cummins, spoke to the media on the most recent development and their preparation for this crucial series. He went into length about a number of issues, including: Pitch conditions, Playing X1 and miscellnous factors.

With regard to Sydney Track, which is often for spinners but where we have found our fast bowling unit to take wickets, Cummins praised his fast bowlers for their success in all types of conditions.

He continued by saying that we have all types of spinners in our arsenal, be it spin, wrist, or arm, and that we are skilled at stopping Indian batting in their circumstances.

Kangaroos have hired a few bowlers from Jammu and Kashmir to practise against spinners in order to prepare for Men in Blue.

Due to the attention, it has received over the past several years, the Border-Gavaskar trophy recently abolished the Battle of the Ashes and quickly switched towards this series.

Bowlers from both nations who have displayed their talents to the fullest extent deserve credit for the dramatic transformation.

In terms of India, new heroes like Washington Sundar, Rishabh Pant, and Shubhman Gill have appeared as a result of the epic conflict between these two series.

Bumrah, an elite bowler, is recovering at NCA, thus India anticipates his comeback in the third Test.