An Australia in turmoil both on and off the field has made India the firm favourites in the compelling rivalry's latest battle which begins with a T20 International series here on Wednesday.
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Ahead of its first Twenty20 Internationals against Australia, India's vice-captain Rohit Sharma on Monday stated that prior experience of playing on the pace-friendly Credit: Sify - Published Also reported by •newKerala.com
Rohit Sharma said on Monday that the team wants to leave its mark during the upcoming Australian tour, beginning with a T20I at the Gabba, with an emphatic performance. He spoke about a range of topics..
"I had a good time playing white ball cricket here. In places like Brisbane and Perth, the good bounce allows me to play my game because I have grown up playing on cement pitches back home," he said. Credit: DNA - Published
Coulter-Nile also fancies bowling short to Rohit, who has an impressive record in Australia and has scored 810 runs at an average of 62.31 in the last eight years. Credit: Zee News - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes
"India have always played either at Perth (venue for second Test from December 14-18 this time) or Brisbane. These two conditions are challenging and the Australians have tall bowlers who exploit those.. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published
Rohit has scored heavily in the limited-overs matches in Australia and his strong backfoot play earned him a place in India`s test squad after being dropped following modest returns in South Africa.. Credit: Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
Indian vice captain Rohit Sharma exuded a confident note while interacting with press ahead of first T20 in Brisbane. India hasn't had a very good record in Brisbane but Rohit is not one to look back.. Credit: DNA - Published
Mumbai Indians have retained 18 players including their skipper Rohit Sharma but released some top international stars like JP Duminy and fast bowling duo of Pat Cummins and Bangladesh's Mustafizur.. Credit: DNA - Published