A pitch at Bon Andrews Oval, adjacent to the main North Sydney Oval, had deteriorated and deteriorated, with some significant cracks, to replicate what might be expected to be on offer in India However, nothing can be certain till each test. Starts – Also being used with SG balls.
Australia arrive in Bengaluru next week where they will stay for five days before traveling to Nagpur for the first Test on February 9, and have been told that the practice wickets will be much closer to Test pitches, but one of the reasons for the low build-up The belief that the situations they can control at home are just as important.
“Kieran has done a fantastic job here with the ground staff, which is what we want,” McDonald said. “We feel like the surfaces we’ve got are very similar to what we’re going to face in India, which is very difficult to replicate, but we feel as we get closer to that, so the ground The staff has done a wonderful job.
“Often [there’s] There was no real connection between that warm-up match to the first Test match. We feel like we can control the surfaces here. [We] Get a little more control in Bangalore to replicate what we’re about to come up against and then we go into Nagpur fresh and hope it pays dividends at the back end.
“Assured [about pitches in Bengaluru], We’ll get there and most groundstaff around the world are very good at allowing us to get what we want. We’ll wait and see.”
“We’ve gone through a lot of those scenarios,” McDonald said. “I think the new ball is what makes that slide more and when the batsmen work on the inside…we are preparing for that.
“We will expect the spinners to bowl quicker with the new ball as well as our opening batsmen, so everything is taken care of in the training environment. The key to success is a clear approach and it will be based on the individual and the circumstances Based on what we’re facing.”
Another major reason for bringing bowlers into the fold was to be able to increase the workload, requiring those involved in the BBL to adjust quickly to four-over spells.
“starting to get into that really strategic layer [and] Also do physical preparation.
“It’s been one of the big challenges. I’ve heard state coaches talk about it year after year, coming back from BBL to Shield cricket and how difficult it is. Everyone appreciates how much it It’s difficult and that’s why we’re here now.” There is talk that we are going to India after a while… But we are still here preparing. It still looks like we have two weeks to prepare for the first Test.”