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Brisbane Test would be tough nut to crack for India in Ashwin, Bumrah's absence: Madan Lal

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Brisbane Test would be tough nut to crack for India in Ashwin, Bumrah's absence: Madan Lal

Brisbane Test would be tough nut to crack for India in Ashwin, Bumrah's absence: Madan Lal

Former Indian cricketer Madan Lal said that if R Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah will not play due to their injuries, Brisbane Test would be a tough nut to crack for Indian Cricket Team and Australian Cricket Team will be benefitted in their absence.

He said that if Bumrah plays the Brisbane Test match then it can benefit the 'Men in Blue'.


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