The Pat Cummins-led Australian cricket crew is all set to tour India for the highly-anticipated Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023, scheduled to start out in Nagpur on February 09. The four-match Take a look at battle might be fairly essential for each side as they appear to verify their locations within the World Take a look at Championship (WTC) last.
The competition between Indians and the Aussies has all the time been eye-catching, and speedster Mitchell Starc has stated that the upcoming Border-Gavaskar collection goes to be a fantastic problem. Whereas chatting with Erin Holland on the Australia Cricket Awards, Starc asserted how one may by no means guess what the Indian circumstances would possess earlier than mentioning concerning the problem for the Australian crew.
“I assume you by no means actually know what to anticipate from the circumstances in India, however we’ve a good concept that it’s clearly going to show. You by no means fairly know till you begin the sport or resolve which wicket to play on. So, it’ll be a fantastic problem,” stated Starc.
Notably, Starc, who’s a part of the Aussie squad for the India tour, is predicted to overlook the collection opener because the pacer continues to recuperate from his left index finger damage that dominated him out of the third Take a look at towards South Africa in Sydney. The New South Wales paceman reckoned his crew is in an honest place, including that some good cricket is arising within the subsequent couple of months.
“The crew is in nearly as good a place that we will be heading into an Indian tour. It’s thrilling with the ladies going for the World Cup, and we’ve an extended tour of India. So loads of good cricket to look at over the subsequent couple of months, so we’re simply wishing for some good success for Australia,” Starc added.
Australia’s Take a look at squad for the tour of India:
Pat Cummins (captain), Ashton Agar, Scott Boland, Alex Carey, Cameron Inexperienced, Peter Handscomb, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Lance Morris, Todd Murphy, Matthew Renshaw, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner.