“We Are Not Too Worried Of Indian Spinner….” Steve Smith Warned Indian Team Just Ahead Of Border-Gavaskar Trophy

The 4-match Test series between India and Australia is starting on 9th February. The first match is to be played in Nagpur. The pitch is considered favorable for spin bowlers. In such a situation, the Indian team will probably go with 3 spin bowlers in the first match.Just ahead of the prestigious trophy, Australian vice-captain Steve Smith warned the Indian team that he is eager to repeat the 2017 performance.The last test series was played between the two countries in 2021 when the Indian team won by 2-1; however, they played the last test series on Indian soil in 2017, which was also won by the Indian team by 2-1 in the 4-match series.Talking about the 2016-17 test series between both nations in India.The first match of the Border Gavaskar series was played in Pune, the Australian team took a 1-0 lead by winning the first match by a huge margin. In this match, Steve Smith played an excellent inning of 109 runs in the second innings.

He was also the captain at that time. However, after this, the Indian team won 2 out of the next 3 Tests and captured the series 2–1.Talking to the media on Tuesday, Steve Smith said he is in good shape and will try to repeat the same 2017 form in the upcoming series. We are not too worried about the Indian spinners and are not thinking too much about it.In 2017, Smith scored the most runs in the series. He scored 499 runs in 8 innings of 4 matches, averaging 71. Had scored 3 centuries. It also included big innings of 178 not out.

The victory of the Australian team will largely depend on the performance of Steve Smith. Since 2004-05, the Kangaroo team has not been able to win the Test series on Indian soil. So this time, visitors will try their best to clinch the series because they recently won the test series against South Africa and West Indies in their home.

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