After the conclusion of England tour, now, all the eyes will be on India’s tour of Australia. Meanwhile, the legendary Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is confident that Indian will tour Australia with a lot of things to prove in the series Down Under.
Initially, it was expected that Indians has got a lot of perks to seal the series in England.
With none of the English batsman are in form and the decent Indian bowling attack, one had expected India to wreak havoc in England. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case.
Australia know that India will come firing – Brett Lee
The former premium fast bowler for Australia Lee is aware that India misplaced a series victory in England and they would come to Australia with their all guns blazing away.
Lee also warned Australia to look after the players for a double check before taking on Indians.
Lee also highlights the fact that Australians are already down with two of their major contributors Steven Smith and David Warner staying out of the game. He feels that Australians should be on their toes to outplay the Virat Kohli-led side.
“We [Australia] know that India will likely be firing we all know that they’ve misplaced their final two Check collection and so they’ll be coming to try to show a degree. And we’re already two males down going into the summer season in order that’s going to be a great problem for us. I simply actually hope that Australia gets their high six proper,” Lee stated.
“What I’d prefer to see is that the blokes who’re given the primary check. I’d like to see them get given three Checks no less than. Don’t chop and alter after the primary Check. Give these guys a little bit of respiration area, and I believe from the media too. It’s necessary from us to make sure these children coming by means of can grow to be the gamers. We all know that they are often,” he added.
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However, it would be interesting to see how Indians will tackle Australians in their den. Meanwhile, as Brett Lee said, India had got their perks in the form of Warner and Smith. They are out of the action for Australia.
Currently, Australia’s sight is set straight on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) tour to play against Pakistan. They announced an entirely new set of team members to check what the young lads are capable of delivering goods at the earliest.