India vs Australia it going to be a very interesting series as of the two titans will clash in the arena.


Since it was been announced by the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) and since then many team has entered the Indian soil and the nature of the pitch can be very well adopted by the Aussie team as they had enough of time in their hands.


 Australia is having a upper hand as they can prepare keeping the performances of New Zealand and England in mind as of how they played and to work upon the weaker areas and to where the Indian team is doing better.


New Zealand was knocked down by 3-0 and it was followed by a clean sweep with 4-0 against England, and for this reason the New Zealand Captain Williamson spoke on this saying that the Australian team must have prepared themselves for every expect and is forwarding to clean up the game.

Australia vs India 4 match series is going to start from 23rd of February at Pune,

"It's a very tough place to tour. Australia are a very good side and they'll have to adapt quickly, and well," he said on Sunday (February 5). "It also depends a lot on the surfaces they may come up against.


"They (India) have 13 Test matches at home this summer and a lot of the surfaces have been very, very different. They (India) have 13 Test matches at home this summer and a lot of the surfaces have been very, very different.


"They've spent a lot of time in India. They know what to expect. I'm sure they'll fight hard."

Darren Lehmann stated that the team is doing upto their potentials and will give their best in the upcoming series. "They're all good," he gushed before leaving for Dubai, where they prepare ahead of the tour. "So that's a bonus, everyone fit to pick from and fit to prepare.

"If there was any doubt, he (Wade) wasn't going to get on the plane. Unless something flares up during the Dubai leg or tour game (in Mumbai), we'll stay status quo. The bonus with the squad is you've got someone who can keep pretty well. That's handy, having that just in case something happens."