Peter Handscomb hopeful of earning ticket in Australia Test Team on India Tour | This Australian is looking to return from India tour, played the last test 4 years ago

Peter Handscomb wants to return to the Australian team again. For this, he is continuously performing in domestic cricket. Handscomb, 31, has scored 562 runs in the Sheffield Shield at an average of 93.66.

Peter Handscomb hopes to return to the team from India tour

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4 years have passed since he played the last Test on an international pitch. He last played a Test match against India in the year 2019. But then the ground was his own i.e. Sydney’s. This time he wants to tour India and wants to make a place in the Australian team for that. For this, he is not just keeping his claim through air talk, but is also performing on the field. As much as he is speaking with his tongue about making a place on the tour of India, equally with his bat. And, now even its figures have started saying. we are talking aussie batsman peter handscomb Of.

Peter Handscomb wants to return to the Australian team again. For this, he is continuously performing in domestic cricket. Handscomb, 31, has scored 562 runs in the Sheffield Shield at an average of 93.66. Apart from this, he scored half-centuries in both innings while playing for Prime Minister’s XI against West Indies last month. However, even after this performance, he is well aware that his path to return to the team is not going to be easy. But, he is hopeful about the tour of India.

I can just score runs – Handscomb

The West Australian quoted Handscomb as saying, talks with the selectors have been promising. But you also have to look at the Test team, where there are players who are ahead of me and there are batsmen who are performing very effectively.

He said, I can score as many runs as I want but there should be a place in the team and at the moment they are playing very good cricket. Handscomb said, as a batsman, all you can do is to strengthen your claim by scoring more and more runs.

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Handscomb is known for his ability to play against spin. But he will compete with Travis Head for a place in the India tour team. Head has been a part of the Australian team on Sri Lanka and Pakistan tour this year. Australia will tour India in February-March next year for the four-Test Border-Gavaskar Trophy.