Australia is not afraid of Ashwin but someone else, Harbhajan Singh revealed. india vs australia border gavaskar trophy aus threat is r ashwin pitch harbhajan singh wasim jaffer

The Australian team has reached India and is currently preparing for the Border Gavaskar Trophy at Alur in Bengaluru.

Test series between Australia and India will start from February 9

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The series of four Test matches between India and Australia is going to start from February 9. There are still four days left for the series to start but the rhetorical phase has started from Australia. They are already trying to put pressure on India with their different strategies. Former India batsman Wasim Jaffer and spin bowler Harbhajan Singh Told that in fact all this is nothing but fear of Australia.

Australian team captain Pat Cummins, star batsman Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja have said a lot about the preparation of this series. At the same time, his coach McDonald also targeted the BCCI that the visiting team was not being given a good pitch for preparation. Now the veteran players of India have also taken the lead.

Pitch is a challenge for Australia

For the preparation of the series, Australia has called an Indian bowler like R Ashwin to bowl in the nets so that their batsmen can prepare. Tweeting on this, Jaffer wrote, ‘Five days are left in the first test. From now on, Ashwin has entered the minds of Australian players. However, Harbhajan’s opinion was different from this. He shared the picture of the pitch and wrote, ‘This is what is going on in Australia’s mind at the moment.’ Before the start of the series, there is a lot of discussion going on about pitch and spin bowlers.

Australia rely on spin bowlers

australian captain Pat Cummins Australia on Saturday said that his team is not thinking too much about the spin combination as they have enough help from experienced off-spinner Nathan Lyon for the four-Test series against India starting in Nagpur on Thursday. Options exist. The Australian team touring India has included finger-spinner Ashton Agar along with Mitchell Swepson to support Lion.