India vs Australia Pat Cummins drops selection hints ahead of 2nd Test against India in Delhi


The second Test match between India and Australia will be played in Delhi.
India won the first Test match by an innings and 132 runs in three days.

New Delhi. Australian captain Pat Cummins admitted that his spinners, including Nathan Lyon, who are used to bowling on bouncy Australian pitches, are not proving as effective due to the downward bounce on Indian pitches. Along with this, Captain Pat Cummins has also given a hint regarding the playing XI of the Test match to be held in Delhi. Spinner Todd Murphy, who made his Test debut for Australia, took seven wickets in the first Test, but Lyon got only one wicket. At the same time, India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja destroyed the Australian batting to give India an innings and 132-run victory.

Pat Cummins said before the second Test, “In the last match we saw that the ball was bouncing downwards, due to which the bowling technique had to be changed. Close fielders never felt that the ball would bounce, because there was no bounce. He said, “In this there was a need to bowl by changing the angle. I think the bowlers did well. A little change will improve the performance. In the western parts of India the pitch is made on red soil while in northern India it is black soil. Cummins said that even though the color of the soil has changed, there will not be much change in the pitch.

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He said, “I don’t think so. The soil is different here, but the pitch looks the same. It will be helpful for the spinners. lets see.” He also said that experienced Ashton Agar and left-arm spinner Matt Kunnemann may get a chance in the second Test. Cummins said, “We have kept both the options open. We are sure of a good performance here. Both have practiced a lot in the last few seasons and one of them can be dropped for the third spinner.

The Australian captain also said that opener David Warner will have to counter-attack as that is where he does his best. Asked if David Warner would be dropped? He said, “I am not a selector. I don’t think they have had any meeting, but I am sure Warner will play. Even in the Boxing Day Test this year, he put pressure on the opposing team.”

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