The Kohli vulnerability the Aussies must target

The Kohli vulnerability the Aussies must target

The Kohli vulnerability the Aussies must target

Ashwin played for Worcestershire earlier this year with decent results. "I can't describe what it is.But he has made some adjustments which has helped him", Pujara said. "Most of our bowlers played here in 2015 and are very confident", said Pujara. We also had some net practice while the game was going on so I don't think it was a concern at all. "So we trust our preparation and ability".

But so imposing is his form and skillset that the Indians are enjoying a rare Test-eve favouritism, despite a record of never having won a series on Australian shores.

"When you have faced some bowlers in the past, you know what are their strengths and weaknesses". "We'll still be really competitive and fired up out on the ground, but I think you do need to have that bit of respect between the two sides".

"When it comes to fast bowling, this is probably one of the best fast bowling attacks we have in many years".

Pujara wasn't chirpy in the field until "learning the tricks of sledging" through skipper Kohli and continually baiting David Warner on Australia's Test tour of the subcontinent previous year.

India lost the second Test of the 200708 BorderGavaskar Trophy after Harbhajan Singh and Andrew Symonds found themselves in the middle of a racial abuse scandal which, coupled with some questionable umpire decisions, had snowballed into a big crisis and Indian team had threatened to abandon the tour before ICC intervened. "So we'll be looking to replicate that and test it against one of the best batting orders in the world".

"It does help when you have performed well against a particular side", said Pujara, who has averaged 57.85 and 83.8 in his two Test series in India against Australia.

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Hazlewood felt that the contest between his team and India would be an "even contest" despite the absence of Steve Smith and David Warner.

"I can not comment on what Australia will do".

Australia will be as fired up as ever against India despite their new vow to play with a smile, captain Tim Paine said Sunday, while warning his pace attack not to get "too emotional". But I am sure we will look to play fierce cricket and look to be aggressive. The chinaman Kuldeep Yadav will have to wait for his opportunity in the other Test matches.

The fact that we are playing at home, in conditions we know well, will be a benefit.

Additional speaking about cornering the Indian captain throughout the four-match gruelling Take a look at sequence, Ponting urged a method Australian bowlers can undertake whilst tackling the Kohli risk.

"The bowlers already had a meeting, and conceding 500 runs in a warm-up game doesn't mean anything", Cheteshwar Pujara said.

Data from CricViz has found that Kohli has faced 99 of these balls from seamers away from home since his last Test tour of Australia in 2014-15.

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