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India v Australia: Why Justin Langer says Australia can’t score against India

This time the Australian team is seen fighting against the Indian bowlers. So far in this series, Australia has managed to touch 200 runs in just two Tests.

India and Australia are currently playing the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Both teams are 1-1 after two Tests. Australia head coach Justin Langer was also impressed with Team India’s performance. Especially from the fast bowling department of Team India. In the two Tests played so far, the batsmen of the Australian team have not been able to put any special mark. Langer cites the discipline of Indian bowlers as a major factor. However, he hopes that the team will be able to overcome his batting weakness. Read more – Sydney Test: T Natarajan may make his Test debut in Sydney against Australia, hints

Langer was speaking to the media at a virtual press conference before the Sydney Test. When asked about dismissing low-scoring Australia, he cited Team India’s precise line length and deadly bowling as the main reasons. “The wickets we’ve played so far have had a ladder move and the ball was swaying,” he said. Indian bowlers bowl in straight lines for their batsmen and equip the fielding according to their bowling. Read more: The former Indian spinner explained the reason for giving Shardul Tagore a chance in the third Test

The former opening batsman praised the Indian players, saying, “The strongest aspect of them in the last two series was their discipline. He (Team India) is disciplined and I have enjoyed the last two Tests due to the competition between ball and bat. We have to work harder and call it Test cricket. Read more – Shane Warne says Travis Head out of the team in a single sentence to be captain, that’s the whole story

He praised Team India senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and said that batting against him was not easy. The Australian coach said, ‘You can’t ignore Ravi Ashwin. How many bowlers have taken 380 Test wickets? The great bowlers are the ones against whom it is difficult to run and Jaspreet Bumrah is such a bowler at the moment, Ashwin is such a bowler and we know it perfectly.

“We know very well what kind of batting we like, but the credit goes entirely to Team India,” he said. He showed a planned game. Bowling with full discipline, the wickets we played were competitive. So we are not worried about our scoring rate.

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