So you have to rely on your friends and family and your team mates as well."I didn't get too much feedback (from selectors), to be honest."They said the pace has dropped down a little bit, maybe."But I bowl a lot of variations, so it's a tough one". You mean business. This is sport, but this is also competition". Virat Kohli is a better limited-overs batsman, only just.
India won their series against the West Indies 3-1 before sweeping Sri Lanka 5-0 in Sri Lanka. Don't go by the dictionary meaning of rested.
Leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal might be relatively new to worldwide cricket, but he has already made a case for himself to be part of the playing XI in the limited-overs formats.
Sparks often fly whenever they clashed against India but the Australia skipper was confident the upcoming series will be played in "good spirit". He is exciting and is fulfilling the role of a finisher to the tee.
"I think this Australian team has huge potential".
Predicting the scoreline, Laxman said: "4-1 to India because the Australian bowling department looks very weak". Already feeling the heat and humidity, Faulkner stressed on the need to adapt to the conditions and reflect on Australia's previous experiences in the sub-continent, including stints in the Indian Premier League.
On who is a better player, Clarke replied: "Virat is a better limited overs batsman, but only just". I think they have to play at their best to beat India. "At the end of the day, your job as a captain is to win".
"If you're asking me. bloody oath but you'll have to talk to someone who makes a decision", Stoinis said when asked if he would like to be in the Test side.
"The way Kohli leads the team, he is positive and proactive".
This is not the first time so far, earlier, Australian media during the test series made the Indian captain on headlines in Australian newspapers and media agencies for various reasons. Also, working with (Sridharan) Sriram has been good. They are in really good knick. "India are in form and batting very well. heavy runs, 350 for sure".
With 2019 World Cup being considered as the next holy grail, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), national selectors, captain Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri are now on an experimental spree to try out different combinations.