IND vs OFF: Former Indian opener Sunil Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) Has given a big statement about the batsmen of the Indian team. He learned how to play Team India’s batsmen in the Ahmedabad Test. Great advice has been given regarding this. Let us tell you that these days the Border Gavaskar Trophy is being played between India and Australia. Where Team India is playing a 4-match Test series. The team took a 2-0 lead by winning the Nagpur and Delhi Tests. After which Australia defeated India by 9 wickets in Indore by trapping them in their own trap. After which the series of 4 matches is at the stage of 2-1 after the end of 3 matches. Now India has to play the fourth and final Test match of the series from 9 to 13 March at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Indian batsmen failed against spin in Indore
In the match played at the Holkar Stadium in Indora, India had to taste the defeat of the team within 2 days and 1 session. In this match, India had asked for a spin wicket. Where India’s spinners appeared ineffective. So on the other hand, Australia’s spinners did not allow Indian batsmen to stay at the crease. Australia’s spin bowler Nathan Lyon took 10 wickets in this match.
This is how Indian batsmen play spin
After this crushing defeat, Sunil Gavaskar has given advice to the batsmen of Team India for the Ahmedabad Test. He has told how Team India’s batsmen should play Australian spinners. Talking to Indian Express, Gavaskar said that ‘the upper hand guides the bat and the lower hand decides the speed. That’s why you have to hold the handle lightly with the lower hand. The top hand will bring down the bat as you want. Either directly or across the pads.
Slight bending of Indian batsmen helps them to get closer to the ball. The way the wicketkeeper rises with the bounce of the ball. Similarly, if the batsman bends slightly, then his head is in line with the delivery angle. By this he will know which ball to play and which one to leave. How much to go forward or is it better to go on the backfoot?
He further said that standing straight does not give advantage to Turner. If you lean in a bit as a keeper they will be able to handle the deflection and bounce. If India’s batsmen play spin well, then they win the fourth test.
India’s probable playing 11
Rohit Sharma (Captain)
Srikar Bharat/ Ishan Kishan
Mohammed Siraj / Mohammed Shami
When and where will the match take place
India and Australia (IND vs OFF) The fourth and final Test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is going to be played between. This match will be played from 9-13 March. The match is going to start from 9:30 am. This match will be broadcast on Star Sports Network. Whereas live streaming on mobile can be seen on Disney Plus Hotstar
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