Top 3 Indian batsmen for in India vs Australia Test series
Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara will play a big role in India’s upcoming series in Australia.
India vs Australia Test series
Indian Captain Virat Kohli led from the front to help India level three-match T20I series against Australia in Sydney. India will be keen to make amends and come up with better plans when they take on Australia in the upcoming four-match Test series. The opening game of the series will be played at Adelaide Oval from 6th December.
India’s batting lineup will certainly enjoy conditions in Australia as they were less swing and seam movement for bowlers in comparison the conditions they faced in England earlier this year.
Batting will certainly be crucial to India’s chances of winning the Test series in Australia. Let’s take a look at the players in the batting department that might do well on the Australian tour.
Top 3 Indian Batsmen for Australia Series
There is no doubt that Virat Kohli is the premier batsman in the Test side by a distance. Earlier this year, he amassed over 500 runs against England. He will be keen to continue his rich vein of form against Australia in the four-match Test series. Kohli will be keen to put up big scores for India in the four-match series. He will pose a genuine threat to Australia in the upcoming Test series.
After being dropped in the first game of the series against England, Pujara responded well and scored runs for India in the remaining games of the Test series. Cheteshwar Pujara is certainly a big player for India for this coming series. If he can get big scores in this series, India might be able to their maiden Test series in Australia. One thing is for sure that you can never write off Pujara as he has a habit of producing runs in difficult situations.
The youngster certainly grabbed the headlines with his century on debut against West Indies. The batsman certainly has shown that he has all the attributes to have a long career for India. Shaw will also enjoy the conditions in Australia and will be keen to make an impression on his first trip to the country.
India will certainly need to produce collective effort in terms of batting in order to win the four-match Test series in Australia.