Shaun Tait, Australia vs India 2018
Shaun Tait (Credits - AFP)

Last Update on: August 8th, 2019 at 06:12 pm

Here comes yet another former cricketer, who makes his prediction on the series. It is Shaun Tait, who was known for his unbelievable fast bowling. Shaun Tait, in an exclusive interview with Cricket Country, spoke on the match prediction and also the key point to watch from the series.

The upcoming series between India and Australia has already got enough reason to be on the must-watch list for the cricket fanatics. Meanwhile, Shaun Tait has given the actual point, which would be the primary difference between the winning and losing.

It is pretty tough, maybe 50-50 – Shaun Tait

Shaun Tait feels the series would be tightly-contested with the winning chances for both the sides. Speaking on the point, he quoted the series result might be well decided on the basis of the performances from Australian bowlers and Indian batsmen.

Virat Kohli, Shaun Tait, Australia vs India 2018
Virat Kohli (Credits – Getty Images)

Tait feels the series would be the fight between Indian batsmen and Australian bowlers. The one, who performs well will certainly see their side lifting the trophy after the conclusion of the fourth Test, as per Shaun Tait.

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”It’s hard, man! Yeah, I’m not sure. I think it’s 50-50. It will be Australia’s bowling attacks, which is one of the best in the world, versus India’s best batting line ups in the world. That will be the test. Who can come out on top,” Shaun Tait quoted.

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Australian Pace Attack. Image Courtesy: Getty Images

”If the Australian bowlers can knock over the Indian batsmen, then they have a reasonable chance. But, if the Indian batters bat well, then the Australian batting line-up which is a little bit inexperienced, will be tested. If India doesn’t win the series, it will be on the back of their batsmen not making the runs,” he added.

Well, it seems like Shaun Tait has hit the target in his viewpoint on the Test series. The first Test will take place at Adelaide from December 6.

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