Famous cricketer Ian Chappell has commented on the Test series between India and Australia. Chappell said India’s batting team would be greatly weakened by the return of Virat Kohli to their home country. He said the selection of players in this Test series will determine the outcome of the series. The four-match Test series between the two teams will begin on December 17, following the first Test in Adelaide against Team India captain Virat Kohli. Paternity leave returns to India. In the absence of Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane will lead the side for the remaining three Tests.
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Chappell wrote in his column on ESPN Cricinfo, “This will greatly reduce the Indian batting order and give one of his talented players the opportunity to show off their skills.” So far, there is another twist in the game that is taking the shape of an exciting encounter and that is a major selection decision. The outcome level may also come up, which will depend on who is the most intrepid selector.
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Ian Chappell supported young batsman Will Pukowski instead of Joe Burns and said the selection should always be based on the current format. He said, ‘For the initial partners with David Warner, I was apprehensive about the Australian coach’s choice between Joe Burns and emerging star batsman Will Pukowski. You shouldn’t worry too much about the importance of partnerships. Last summer Burns scored 256 runs at 326 with two fifties. This is a below average performance for a Test player. At the same time, Pukowski hit six centuries at the Sheffield Shield level, three of them double centuries and two of them this season.