IND vs AUS: Team India is struggling with this problem before the decisive battle against Australia

After the Indian crew drew an adventure, Sydney was drawn to the spot where they were going through an absence of services at their crew’s lodge, although the biggest problem going through Team India for the second time was 15 in Brisbane. After the fourth and remaining Test is to decide the match which will enjoy the XI on 1 January. The four-test collection for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is on par 1-1 and the collection is to be determined by the final Test in Brisbane. If India win the Brisbane Test or play a draw, then they are going to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as India gained 2–1 pre-collection from Australia in 2018–19.

India is struggling with the problem of its injured gamers. The Indian team arrived in Australia with opener Rohit Sharma (first two Tests) and fast bowler Ishant Sharma (out of full collection). Both gamers have been injured in the IPL. Fast bowler Mohammed Shami was injured in the first Test in Adelaide while second fast bowler Umesh Yadav was injured in the second Test in Melbourne and each fast bowler has been out of the collection. Left-arm spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s left hand thumb broke in the third Test in Sydney and dominated the fourth Test in Brisbane. In the third Test, the key pacer in the crew, Jasprit Bumrah, suffered a stomach strain and may be out of the fourth and remaining Test in Brisbane. However, nothing has been formally stated for Bumrah that he will stay out of this Test or play.

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On the final day of the Sydney Test, off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin suffered an injury to the ribs after which he performed at Chest Guard while Hanuma Vihari took a hamstring loss while taking a single. However, Hanuma and Ashwin drew the match with an unbeaten 62-run partnership from 258 balls. But everyone is a victim of accidents and opener Mayank Agarwal also has accidents. In the third Test, wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant suffered an elbow injury after which he did not take wicketkeeping and Wriddhiman Saha took over the wicketkeeping. However, Pant had scored 97 runs in India’s second innings.

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Also, batsman Lokesh Rahul suffered a wrist injury due to the internet being implemented and needed to return home. Rahul did not get a chance to play in the first three Tests. The biggest problem going on between the acting captain Ajinkya Rahane and coach Ravi Shastri right now is to decide to enjoy the XI in a match during which the fast bowling attack of the crew may be the most inexperienced attack ever. India now has Mohammed Siraj and Navdeep Saini apart from Shardul Thakur and T Natarajan. Siraj has two Tests and Saini has one Test specialization. Thakur made his only Test performance in 2018, while left-arm fast bowler Natarajan has to make his Test debut.

If we look at the spin division, Jadeja is out, Ashwin is at a loss and the team has a Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav. Kuldeep has not done any test in this tour till date. That is, India’s bowling attack in the final Test will be very inexperienced and the Brisbane floor is a place where India do not have any Test matches and Australia are undefeated for the final 33 years on this floor. India’s main batting line-up is good, with Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill in the opening and Cheteshwar Pujara in third place. Captain Ajinkya Rahane will land at volume 4, but after that the problem starts in batting.

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Hanuma Vihari looks nervous to play and it can be troublesome for Pant to maintain wicket keeping. Can the crew administration think of Pant as a batsman and Bhumi Saha as the wicketkeeper. In the event of Hanuma not having fun, can Prithvi Shaw be dropped, who was dropped from the first test due to poor efficiency. Is Ashwin bowling and batting in the fourth Test? Mayank is additionally at a disadvantage and the way he is playing after the Melbourne Test. The crew additionally has Washington Sundar, a lackey center order batsman and assistant off-spin bowler. If Ashwin does not match, Sundar may get a chance to become India’s three hundredth Test participant. If the crew administration selects left-arm fast bowler Natarajan, he may also take note of the debut. India has many questions ahead of the Brisbane Test and they should find a complete solution in the next 24 hours, when it is going to be able to land a match army in a decisive war against Australia.

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