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Australia Tour of India 2013 |Feb-Mar|

Australia Tour of India 2013 |Feb-Mar|  

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Ashwin's secret weapon comment backfired vs the pommies. Expect this to backfire too. Too many empty boasters around. Go out and win it 4-0 rather than shouting in the media.
Lol - these shameless cretins could not even win that joke of a tournament, Champions League, where everything is disgracefully rigged in their favor - once, a tamasha league side was even allowed five overseas players! Forget winning 4-0 in the real version of the game. So they do the only thing they can - make hollow boasts in the media.

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In all seriousness this Aussie team looks crap on SC pitches ... I bet even bangbros could beat them at home.
They won the series in SL. I won't be surprised if India manages to lose this series. Best this team can do is to request flat pitches and hope for high scoring draws. Our bowlers and batsmen will fail collectively on bowling friendly pitches.

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They won the series in SL. I won't be surprised if India manages to lose this series. Best this team can do is to request flat pitches and hope for high scoring draws. Our bowlers and batsmen will fail collectively on bowling friendly pitches.
Mr Cricket scored 2 tons in that series, but he is no longer playing :sad:

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Isnt there a restriction on number of players in a touring squad? Shameless Aussies trying to plug in maximum - after all will it be not India who will be bearing the expenses of food and stay for these many?
:hysterical::hysterical: This seems to have come directly from your moniker. Who else would be worried about how much an extra australian would eat?

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Who isn't' date=' though? :winky: Ashwin has been a joke in recent times. At Test level the irony is that he looks a batsman of genuine talent (better than some of the clowns we have played in the top 6 recently) but his bowling is too gimmicky to trouble good players.[/quote'] true.....cant disagree there

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Many of you are comparing the ability of players on each side but the real question is.-- whether we have the mindset to play test matches competitively ? That has been badly missing for the last year and a half .
to be fair we did crush england in the first test. its just that england's support staff analysed their weakness and ensured the tables were turned. If India get their noses ahead v Aus in this test series I think MSD will call for flat pitches and ensure we have a series win. Dont think he is going to go for a clean sweep this time around.

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to be fair we did crush england in the first test. its just that england's support staff analysed their weakness and ensured the tables were turned. If India get their noses ahead v Aus in this test series I think MSD will call for flat pitches and ensure we have a series win. Dont think he is going to go for a clean sweep this time around.
The mindset to fight it out in tests is still missing, bro.

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These injuries are vital between age 17-24 so that fast bowlers can increase flexibility and bowl ' date=' faster for sustained period. If they occur at 25+ they can be a big problem and may lead to loss of pace.[/quote'] Injuries are what, vital?? :confused: You mean players should get injured to gain more pace? :hysterical:

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These injuries are vital between age 17-24 so that fast bowlers can increase flexibility and bowl ' date=' faster for sustained period. If they occur at 25+ they can be a big problem and may lead to loss of pace.[/quote'] Fast bowlers could try jumping off the 2nd floor to get that career making injury.

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These injuries are vital between age 17-24 so that fast bowlers can increase flexibility and bowl ' date=' faster for sustained period. If they occur at 25+ they can be a big problem and may lead to loss of pace.[/quote'] U made a valid point dude. I agree with u. Stress fracture at earlier ages makes the bone stronger and adjust to the work load. If they occur after 25, it would not adjust to the work load.

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Harbhajan has a great attitude :nice: But, it will be 3-0 imo cause India never whitewash anyone. But Indian bowlers should be superior in these conditions, Australia only has one average spinner. Harbhajan has to do what he did last 3 times, probably end up third spinner but has to make impact in matches he gets. I don't trust Ashwin to lead spin attack well.

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India will take this 2-0 or 2-1. Now with Hussey gone, Aussie batting looks very suspect. Players like Khawaja will be eaten alive in India. Clarke is the only batsman India need to fear, and he can't do much without support from other batsmen. Even Ashwin will cause plenty of headache for this Aussie team. Our seamers too will trouble them, Aussie batsmen found Kula too hot to handle. Their seamers are constantly injured and I don't think they have the fire at the moment to run us down. Our batting is a worry, top order looks shaky, and so is the middle order. Pujara and Kohli need to fire together to set up a victory. Starc and co will not be very effective in India, except perhaps in one or two venues like Mohali. Australia may take the Mohali test. India will take Hyderabad and Chennai. Delhi test to be a draw.

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Harbhajan has a great attitude :nice: But, it will be 3-0 imo cause India never whitewash anyone. But Indian bowlers should be superior in these conditions, Australia only has one average spinner. Harbhajan has to do what he did last 3 times, probably end up third spinner but has to make impact in matches he gets. I don't trust Ashwin to lead spin attack well.
Yeah, we heard your analysis in the Ind-Eng series and by which angle India would clean sweep poms etc.....

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If Aussies show little resolve like poms this could be their second series win in 9 yrs...to put it simply, current Indian test team cannot take 20 wkts against an average batting side or even score 400 + against half decent bowling side. Bhajji is history now...it will serve him better if he can keep his trap shut.

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As on Today Umesh Yadav if FIT is Way Ahead of any other fast bowler in India.....Dinda has kinda failed.....Bhuvi needs swinging conditions, Shammi is also OK....only Umesh is the guy who looks like a TEST PACE BOWLER.....ZAk is almost retired. Umesh yadav facebook page says he is still not Ready and Super fit but he is geTting ready.....I mean Dhobi has not asked him to relax

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Some recent news on Varun Aaron http://english.samaylive.com/sports-news/cricket/676521523/injured-varun-aaron-hopes-to-be-back-in-action-soon.html

Injured Varun Aaron hopes to be back in action soon I am recovering well and expecting to go back to the field in two to three months time," said the young talent, who visited the ongoing practice session of his home side Jharkhand ahead of their knock-out match against Punjab here. The right-arm fast bowler, who was ruled out of the national team for Australia tour last year following recurrence of a back injury, said he is undergoing treatment at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore and expressed satisfaction over his health improvement. ..... "I had 'L5' injury (a kind of spinal cord injury), but it is improving well now," he said
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