India and Australia, two cricketing powerhouses, will face off against one another at the prestigious Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi.
Team India’s primary goal is to get to the World Test Championship finals, not just to win the series.
The only requirement for India to reach that milestone is a 3-1 or 4-0 series victory, which seems quite clear given the weaponry the Men in Blue have at their disposal.
With Iyer back in the line-up for the second Test, India will grow even more lethal on the severely spin-dominated surface.
Travis Head is scheduled to make his comeback in the second Test, while Kuhneim is also aiming to make a comeback, according to Pat Cummins and the Australian team management, who have previously mentioned squad changes ahead of the match.
Mitchell Starc has been training in Delhi f0r quite some time and he might make a comeback in the 2nd Test.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) February 9, 2023
The biggest problem Australia have at the moment is inability of their batters to negate spinners barring Smith no other Kangaroo batsman has looked comfortable against Spin.
The biggest sin, Australian cricket team committed when they denied playing practice game which backfired them completely.
Whatever the Nagpur pitch throws up this week, you can guarantee a mountain of work has been done behind the scenes to analyse and understand what to expect! #TeamBehindTheTeam
— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) February 9, 2023
They were flabbergasted with their lack of tendency of skills with the bat.
As batter if you are not full prepared to counter top class spinners that India possess in their arsenal then it will be the end of the road for you.