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Remaining Fixtures

 

West Indies tour of australia - 2 Tests https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/west-indies-in-australia-2022-23-1317465/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

30 Nov & 8th Dec

 

England Tour of Pakistan - 3 Tests   https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/england-in-pakistan-2022-23-1330866/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

1st, 9th & 17th Dec 2022

 

India Tour of Bangladesh - 2 tests    https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/india-in-bangladesh-2022-23-1340842/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

14 & 22 Dec 2022

 

SA tour of Australia - 3 Tests    https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/south-africa-in-australia-2022-23-1317472/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

17th & 26th Dec 2022 , 4th Jan 2023

 

NZ tour of Pakistan - 2 Tests  https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/new-zealand-in-pakistan-2022-23-1339576/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

27th Dec 2022 & 4th Jan 2023

 

Eng tour of NZ - 2 Tests https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/england-tour-of-new-zealand-2022-23-1322349/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

16th & 24th Feb 2023

 

West Indies tour of SA - 2 Tests https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/west-indies-in-south-africa-2022-23-1339568/match-schedule-fixtures-and-results

28th Feb & 8th MAR 2023

 

The most awaited Border Gavaskar Trophy aka Australia's tour to India schedule isn't released yet. Supposed to be in February - March 2023 before IPL 2023

 

@Austin 3:!6 stick this thread please.

 

 

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On 11/14/2022 at 7:24 PM, Stan AF said:

Remaining Fixtures

 

The most awaited Border Gavaskar Trophy aka Australia's tour to India schedule isn't released yet. Supposed to be in February - March 2023 before IPL 2023

 

@Austin 3:!6 stick this thread please.

 

 

 

This is the one that I cannot wait for.

 

I hope we prepare slow, low turners especially if we have our spinners in form and injury free. Sure our batsmen do struggle against spin, but not as bad as the Aussies.

 

I love the 3 day test matches we get with these wickets, every session is riveting to watch. A batsman really earns his 50 or 100 in these matches.

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3 hours ago, SRT100 said:

 

This is the one that I cannot wait for.

 

I hope we prepare slow, low turners especially if we have our spinners in form and injury free. Sure our batsmen do struggle against spin, but not as bad as the Aussies.

 

I love the 3 day test matches we get with these wickets, every session is riveting to watch. A batsman really earns his 50 or 100 in these matches.

Too risky with Steve Smith back in form

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1 hour ago, Serpico said:

We'll win the series for sure, but you cannot win the lottery 8/8 times

 

It might sound funny, but I live for Test Cricket in India, I love how dominant we are. Not to mention the timing is perfect, starting from around 3pm to 10pm in Australia.

 

I also enjoy seeing the SENA teams bitch and moan about the pitches, when they do the same to suit their bowlers.

 

I loved the way we destroyed England in the last series in India. Its just nice to see the opposition with walking wickets for a change.

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On 11/16/2022 at 8:33 AM, SRT100 said:

 

This is the one that I cannot wait for.

 

I hope we prepare slow, low turners especially if we have our spinners in form and injury free. Sure our batsmen do struggle against spin, but not as bad as the Aussies.

 

I love the 3 day test matches we get with these wickets, every session is riveting to watch. A batsman really earns his 50 or 100 in these matches.

Our batsmen do not struggle against spin. Which team plays spin better than India currently? I cant think of one. 

 

Although it is true that Australia have the best players of spin from amongst SENA teams.

 

 

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On 11/23/2022 at 4:56 PM, SRT100 said:

 

We missed out effectively when we ran away like bitches away from England during that Test series at peak covid stupidity when we were in the prime position to win it.

they ran like gits toward the $$ of IPL. that's all they care about. most of our cricketers are like the stereotypes of eng football players of 90s and 00s - tigers in premier league, and near-useless in WCs

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