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Punter Feels that Australia Will Repeat England’s Performance

It was quite a rough tour for England, as they managed to get only 2 victories in their entire tour. The first victory came as a consolation prize of the ODI series which was dominated by the Indians. The second win came in the subsequent T20 match. It was not the case that England displayed a poor performance. But that the Indian team had dominated them in every aspect.

Former Australian captain, Ricky Ponting feels that Australia would face the same problems when they tour India. He feels that Australia will repeat their previous performance in India. They had lost 4-0, and based on India’s form, it looks very likely that they will falter again.

The matches will played on spin friendly pitches. Australians have not be too comfortable facing spin in the subcontinent. They were white washed during their tour of Sri Lanka. According to Punter, the Aussies need to address to this problem before the tour even begins.

The Punter told Sky Sports Radio. “It’s become harder and harder for visiting teams to go to India. They probably make wickets to suit them more than ever before.”

Ricky ponting

It is quite well known that the last time India lost a test at home was against England in 2012. Since then a lot has changed, apart from Virat Kohli losing games.

Punter said that “But now, even looking at what happened in Sri Lanka, whenever the Australian team tours anywhere on the subcontinent you can guarantee the wicket is going to turn, and turn quite a bit, from day one of the game.”

He feels that the team should take this opportunity to adapt to the conditions in the subcontinent. This will mae the players more accustomed to the pitch. More than winning the series, the team should focus on adapting to the conditions.

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It was quite a rough tour for England, as they managed to get only 2 victories in their entire tour. The first victory came as a consolation prize of the ODI series which was dominated by the Indians. The second win came in the subsequent T20 match. It was not the case that England displayed a poor performance. But that the Indian team had dominated them in every aspect.

Former Australian captain, Ricky Ponting feels that Australia would face the same problems when they tour India. He feels that Australia will repeat their previous performance in India. They had lost 4-0, and based on India’s form, it looks very likely that they will falter again.

The matches will played on spin friendly pitches. Australians have not be too comfortable facing spin in the subcontinent. They were white washed during their tour of Sri Lanka. According to Punter, the Aussies need to address to this problem before the tour even begins.

The Punter told Sky Sports Radio. “It’s become harder and harder for visiting teams to go to India. They probably make wickets to suit them more than ever before.”

Ricky ponting

It is quite well known that the last time India lost a test at home was against England in 2012. Since then a lot has changed, apart from Virat Kohli losing games.

Punter said that “But now, even looking at what happened in Sri Lanka, whenever the Australian team tours anywhere on the subcontinent you can guarantee the wicket is going to turn, and turn quite a bit, from day one of the game.”

He feels that the team should take this opportunity to adapt to the conditions in the subcontinent. This will mae the players more accustomed to the pitch. More than winning the series, the team should focus on adapting to the conditions.

The first match out of the series will begin on February 23rd.

 

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It was quite a rough tour for England, as they managed to get only 2 victories in their entire tour. The first victory came as a consolation prize of the ODI series which was dominated by the Indians. The second win came in the subsequent T20 match. It was not the case that England displayed a poor performance. But that the Indian team had dominated them in every aspect.

Former Australian captain, Ricky Ponting feels that Australia would face the same problems when they tour India. He feels that Australia will repeat their previous performance in India. They had lost 4-0, and based on India’s form, it looks very likely that they will falter again.

The matches will played on spin friendly pitches. Australians have not be too comfortable facing spin in the subcontinent. They were white washed during their tour of Sri Lanka. According to Punter, the Aussies need to address to this problem before the tour even begins.

The Punter told Sky Sports Radio. “It’s become harder and harder for visiting teams to go to India. They probably make wickets to suit them more than ever before.”

Ricky ponting

It is quite well known that the last time India lost a test at home was against England in 2012. Since then a lot has changed, apart from Virat Kohli losing games.

Punter said that “But now, even looking at what happened in Sri Lanka, whenever the Australian team tours anywhere on the subcontinent you can guarantee the wicket is going to turn, and turn quite a bit, from day one of the game.”

He feels that the team should take this opportunity to adapt to the conditions in the subcontinent. This will mae the players more accustomed to the pitch. More than winning the series, the team should focus on adapting to the conditions.

The first match out of the series will begin on February 23rd.

 

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