Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis, who joined the Sharjah Warriors in the ILT20 in UAE and became the first Australian player to play this season, said that it is a tough task to beat the Indian team on their home soil but Australia are prepared and ready. Going to India With a great team consisting of specialist spinners. The Australian team will visit India next week for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which starts on February 9. Australia haven’t won in India since 2004-05 and the team is looking forward to the ‘final’. Frontier’.
Stoinis feels that the Border Gavaskar Trophy will be a bang this season as both the teams are really good and they do not want to lose this time.
“We know that India are very difficult to beat on their home soil. They are a very strong side and especially in India, they have become more dangerous, we also know that the hosts have a very deep batting lineup And at the same time they have a specialist bowler who can take wickets easily and put pressure on us but we are also prepared and we are coming with a great team which has specialist spinners this time,” Stoinis said. told ANI.
With the four-match Test series starting in India next month, spin is expected to play a key role in deciding which team will prevail and take the prized Border-Gavaskar Trophy and the ICC World Test Championship points for granted. Will take home
“Yes, but this time we don’t want to lose the trophy, even though our team never want to lose it because it might be the third time, but we don’t want to give up this year. Our team is very strong and facing India Still working.” It’s a bit difficult on their soil because we face spin tracks there. India have got some specialist bowlers like Ashwin and Jadeja who can bowl really well but we are also coming in with some specialist spinners so you can take care of that. Can expect good competition. ” she added.
The series in India will be crucial to determine the top two spots in the World Test Championship. The top teams will earn playoff positions for the one-off championship game at The Oval in June.
Virat Kohli has almost always done well against Australia and Stoinis feels the same way. The all-rounder said, “Yes, he is a world-class batsman who has returned to form and he is the best Test batsman in the world this time, so he can be our biggest fear once again. But yes, this Definitely missed a player in the season.” Unfortunately Rishabh Pant is not with the team. I wish that he recovers soon and returns to the field.
On joining Sharjah Warriors in ILT20, Stoinis said, “I am very happy to be a part of this team as there are some very special players like Moeen Ali and Mohammad Nabi in the team, we are doing very well and I hope I I will also contribute well.” Which can make our team the champion of the league. I am very excited to play against Andrew Russell, he is the best opponent I have ever faced.”
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