Indian Series Will Bring Out the Best in Australia: Ian Healy
Former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman, Ian Healy thinks that Indian series will bring out the best in Australia as India is touring to Australia for three One-day Internationals, three Twenty20 Internationals and four Test matches starting from November 21, 2018.
However, Australian cricket is unable to put a good show since Steven Smith, David Warner, and Cameron Bancroft have been suspended.
Healy thinks that Indian team will put their best foot forward in Australia. He also believes India can motivate their teammates and can do everything correctly. This might be a thrilling point from their perspective.
“I believe the Indian sequence will deliver out the perfect in what we’ve obtained. There’s nice motivation, nice incentive to do very properly in no matter you’re doing. In order that might be thrilling.” Healy added.
Moreover, Healy added that Australia is trying to get away from their poor performance. Healy also added that they need to be more successful after that Australia might boost up some confidence.
Furthermore, they are also thinking ahead of the next year’s World Cup and The Ashes.
“We’re going to return out from below the radar; we’re going to be very successful after which if we get that little shot of confidence and get on a roll it could lead on us properly to the top of the World Cup and properly into The Ashes,” Healy added.
Furthermore, Healy also conveyed that Australia also lacks behind with their bowling attack. He also contributed that the depth along with confidence is not up to the mark.
Now they have plenty of things to follow and work on their incapabilities and finally to execute in a better way.
“We’ve been lacking our bowling plans badly. If you happen to bowl a yorker, be certain it’s very near being good. It’s been approach off the mark too usually. The depth of our bowling, plus its confidence, isn’t good in the meantime. So plenty of follow, plenty of onerous work and simply get out and execute.” Healy said.
However, Ian Healy also talked about the over dependency on Smith. Australia is facing difficulties without these top-class batsmen.
Now, they have to obtained to get these First-Class cricketers batting like they do for his or her states and doing it for Australia.
The Indian team will face Australia in the much-awaited bilateral series in November.