India will lose the Test series against Australia with 4-0, Says Vaughan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan is keeping the host Australia ahead. He thinks that if India loses the first Test against Australia, they will lose the entire test series by 4-0.
India-Australia ODI and T20 series have already ended. This time the Test series is going to be played on the field, Australia will play a four-match Test series against India from December 16. However, for the upcoming Test series, some are putting India ahead and some are putting Australia ahead. However,
Speaking to Cricketer recently, Vaughan said that if they could not beat Australia in the first match, India would lose the next three matches as well.
In this context, Vaughan said, “India has to deal with a trio like Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, and Pat Cummins as newcomers. If not, Australia will show their strength. The pink ball test is the deciding factor in this series. Australia has never lost a pink ball in Adelaide. “If Australia wins this match and India don’t get Virat Kohli in the next three matches, then Australia can win 4-0.”
Steven Smith and David Warner were not with the team the previous season. Although Warner was not seen in the first Test of the current series, he will play in the next three matches. That’s why Von thinks Ajit’s current team is stronger than the previous one.
In this context, he said, “Two years ago, India was a better team than Australia in Australian conditions. They were a great team. Bumrah, Shami, Ishant, and Ashwin were in the bowling attack. And Pujara was great in the batting lineup. They were a better team than Ajit. “
“I believe they were good because Smith, Warner, and Labushan were not there at the time. The Australians are now the best team in Tests. They played the Ashes in England. “Tim Payne has improved a lot as a Test captain.”