IND vs AUS Test Series: Team India should not miss the entry in WTC Final, now even a mistake can be huge
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy of four Test matches is being played between India and Australia. There have been three matches so far. In the first two matches, Team India had won. But in the third match, Team India had to face a humiliating defeat. The third match took place at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. There was a lot of controversy regarding the pitch of Holkar Stadium in Indore. Amidst all this, the fourth Test match will be played from March 9 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. By winning the Indore Test, Team India could have directly made their place in the final of the World Test Championship. But after getting defeated in this match, the wait of Team India has increased even more.
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On the other hand, if we talk about Australia, then after winning the Indore Test match, it has directly reached the final. In such a situation, the big question is whether the Indian team can no longer reach the final of the World Test Championship? The chances of the Indian team reaching the final of the World Test Championship are still intact. For this, India will have to win a tremendous victory in the fourth Test match. Along with this, he will also have to depend on the result of the Sri Lanka-New Zealand match. It is very difficult to beat India in India. Team India also keeps on winning continuously. But Australia’s victory in Indore has boosted his spirits. This is his first win on Indian soil within 6 years.
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Shami will return in the fourth test
India’s senior-most fast bowler Mohammed Shami is expected to make it to the playing XI for the fourth Test against Australia starting March 9 in Ahmedabad. Shami was rested from the third Test in Indore under workload management. The Indian team management, in consultation with the medical staff, has chalked out a workload management plan for fast bowlers who have played most of the IPL (Indian Premier League) matches and are involved in ODI World Cup plans. Shami played the first two Tests and is also a part of the ODI team. Umesh Yadav was included in his place in the team for the Indore Test.