Team India has enjoyed great success in one-day international cricket, defeating Sri Lanka in a three-match series. After a limited-overs series against New Zealand, they will face off against Australia in a test series.
As part of the 2023 World Test Championship finals, Australia will play four matches in the forthcoming series. India would qualify as the second finalist for the major event if they successfully win this series.
India and Australia share a wonderful series in the longest format of the game kept under the name of “Border-Gavaskar” two legends of respective teams.
Australia will be visiting India this time to win the Border Gavaskar trophy and exact retribution on India, which has successfully kept the trophy on the previous two occasion.
Former Australia star wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist have adviced his fellow players to swallow their pride when they visit India and adapt attacking approach instead of being defensive.
The team should also focus on four main bowlers to ensure that they are fit and quick to adapt to Indian conditions.
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In recent weeks, Team India has experienced tremendous success, winning a three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka. They will then face off against New Zealand in a limited overs series before facing Australia in a test series.
The forthcoming four-game series with Australia will be a part of the 2023 World Test Championship finals. India will be eligible to compete in the main event as the other finalist if they successfully win this series.
In the longest version of the game, India and Australia had a magnificent series together known as “Border-Gavaskar,” honoring the two legendary players from their respective nations.
Australia will visit India this time to win the Border Gavaskar trophy and exact retribution on India, who has successfully retained the trophy on the prior two times.
It will undoubtedly test India, making it an interesting series.