Ind vs Aus: Who Can Win India or Australia Test Series, Sachin Tendulkar Replied

Ind vs Aus

Ind vs Aus: The cricket series between India and Australia will start from November 27 and the first three-match ODI series will be held. This will be followed by the T20 series and then the four-match Test series. Before this cricket series, former India team batsman Sachin Tendulkar said many things about this cricket series to be held between the two countries.

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Responding to which team will win in the Test series between India and Australia, he said that, Team India has a good possibility to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He said that Team India will face a tough challenge in this series, but India is ready for it. Sachin said that if Virat is not part of the three Test matches then it will have an impact, but it will give other players a chance. Ind vs Aus.

Sachin Tendulkar Said

Pujara’s presence in the Test team will be important for the Indian team. He said, I will keep Pujara with Virat. These two have played together for the longest time. Although Rahane is also, but like Virat and Pujara, he has not got much opportunities in the playing eleven. Regarding the opener, he said, I feel that Mayank Agarwal will definitely get a chance.

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He said that Mayank Agarwal is scheduled to play as he is playing big innings. After this he said that if Rohit had been, he would have been the second opener, but in his absence, who will get a chance between KL Rahul and Prithvi Shaw, the decision will be made by the team management. They will give him a chance which will be in more good form. Let us tell you that the four-match Test series between India and Australia will be held from December 17 and the first test match will be played day-night.

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