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Australia can follow India’s success in the 2004 Test Series: Adam Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist, a former captain of Australia, is of the opinion that if the team led by Pat Cummins brings in three seamers to play alongside spinner Nathan Lyon, the Border-Gavaskar series in India will be won after 19 years.

Cummins shouldn’t try a new spinner in subcontinental conditions, according to the former wicketkeeper-batsman who was Australia’s stand-in skipper during their 2004 series victory, their first since 1969.

They will, in my opinion, win the series. I do, yes. ” “I think they’ve got a squad and final XI that will have a lot of similarities to the team we rolled with in 2004,” Gilchrist was quoted as saying by Fox Sports on Tuesday.

“Teams don’t really go to India in the hope that some new spinner will come in and adapt and bedazzle in India,” Gilchrist continued. He thought that the skilled seamers would be able to turn the ball around without a problem and that Australia should just trust their four best bowlers.

“Run with your best four bowlers, and if that’s three seamers who are all capable of getting really nice reverse swing and Nathan Lyon, who is outstanding and clearly the best off-spinner we’ve ever had, can play his role, that’s my gut feeling. If that’s three seamers who are all capable of getting really nice reverse swing.”

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Due to a finger injury to his bowling arm, Australia’s most experienced seamer, Mitchell Starc, 32, is likely to miss the first Test in Nagpur. Australia is in a difficult position right now as a result of this. The tall all-rounder Cameron Green also suffered a finger break and underwent surgery, but he should be back for the first Test, which begins on February 9.

Given Green’s return as a fast-bowling all-rounder, the former cricketer stated that Cricket Australia might be able to select another spinner. Additionally, he stated that patience is required in difficult circumstances.

“Don’t go searching and just rolling spinners out there,” Gilchrist said, referring to the lessons the previous team learned from the Australians’ victory in the 2004 series. I’d like to know if the Australians are attempting to alter their mentality in the same manner that we did back then. There are no other options besides roll spinners. We tried to change that.

“From ball one, start attacking the stumps. To prevent the boundary option, keep a few catchers at short cover or short midwicket and fielders on the boundary. Beginning with a single slip, progressing to a midwicket catch, and so forth. Give in to your pride a little. To be aggressive, be defensive.

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