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Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly gives confidence for India to perform well in Australia Test

Sourav Ganguly. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Sourav Ganguly, former Indian cricketer, said that India has every chance to replace Australia in their upcoming Test series. Back in 2018-19, Virat Kohli Australia became the first Indian captain to win a Test series on Earth and he would be keen to do something similar this time. The inaugural Test gets underway at the Adelaide Oval on 17 December.

According to Ganguly, in keeping with India’s previous record in Adelaide, visitors can land on a flying start and push the Australian team to the backfoot from the start. Sourav, who is also the current BCCI president, praised fast bowler Navdeep Saini, who has come in the ranks in all forms of cricket in the last two years.

In addition, Ganguly said Virat’s leadership skills and bowling changes would play a key role in India’s campaign in the four-match series.

Sourav Ganguly said that play well and we will meet on the right side of the series

“Yes, this is quality [Indian pace attack], There is also Navdeep Saini who has improved a lot, more than what he saw last year. Bowls at good speed, good length, so India have the attack. It’s about Virat, and I’m saying this as a player, not as BCCI president, it’s about Virat working with him and elevating him to his best .

He said, “He has to decide as a captain with whom he wants to attack, whom he wants to protect.” At which stage of the game does he want to attack with Ashwin or Bumrah or Saini or Sharma or Jadeja. This is his captaincy skill, ”Ganguly told India Today.

“India won in Adelaide in 2003, when they visited in 2018; Therefore, India has a history of winning in Adelaide. The first Test match starts in Adelaide, so play well and we will meet on the right side of the series, ”he said.

Adelaide has its first test day-night episode and it is also India’s second pink ball test after one Bangladesh In November 2019 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

To prepare for the competition, they will also play a warm-up game under the lights against Australia A at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Apart from the Test on tour, India will also play three ODIs and several T20Is.