IND vs AUS 2023: Greg Chappell calls India ‘extra susceptible’, backs Aussies to clinch Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Picture Supply : GETTY Greg Chappell backs Australia have good likelihood to win this time

IND vs AUS 2023: The Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 is lower than every week away now and each groups are gearing up for the high-profile rivalry between the 2 giants in Check cricket. Whereas India are coaching in Nagpur, the Australian facet are having a four-day preparation camp in Bengaluru. In the meantime, forward of the collection, the psychological sport appears to have began. Former Australian cricketer and former Indian coach Greg Chappell has thrown mild on the collection. 

Chappell has acknowledged that the Indian group appears to be like extra susceptible at dwelling this time as they’re scuffling with a few harm points. He has additionally backed the Pat Cummins-led facet can win the collection. “Australia can win this series. India are more vulnerable at home than they have been for some time due to injuries to key players like Rishabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah. They will rely heavily on Virat Kohli,” Chappell wrote in an opinion piece for ‘Sydney Morning Herald’.

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The previous Aussie nice additionally stated that Australia must adapt to the altering situations because the visiting groups face the problem of away conditions. “Visiting teams are often fooled by a game that seems to be going nowhere but suddenly changes at a frenetic pace. The Indians are used to this, so Australia will need to adapt quickly with mind, bat and ball,” stated the previous India coach.

Aussie batters to face a litmus check in India

Chappell additionally stated that the Aussie batters would face a litmus check within the spin-friendly situations of India. “David Warner is in patchy form and needs to improve his Test record in India; Usman Khawaja, Alex Carey, Travis Head and Cameron Green will be tested against better quality spin than they encountered in Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Marcus Labuschagne will be facing his first big test in the subcontinent, and Steve Smith’s recent batting tweaks will be examined more keenly than against the West Indies, South Africa and in the BBL,” he wrote.

The previous Indian coach additionally highlighted that Nathan Lyon should lead the spin assault and information the remainder of the spinners. He additionally acknowledged that Ashton Agar ought to get the nod to accomplice Lyon if a pitch fits. “Should the pitches favour spin, which is more likely, I expect Ashton Agar to get the nod because finger spin is considered to be more accurate,” he stated. The 74-year-old additionally added that Agar ought to attempt to emulate the roles of Anil Kumble and Ravindra Jadeja of bowling flat and quick deliveries. 

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