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The former Australian cricket Michael Hussey thinks that the team Australia should make bold moves against India, team Australia will play four tests against India which will start from February.
The left handed batsman thinks that Australia should try three spinners if they want to better their performance in sub continental.
MR cricket wants team Australia to change their ideology of playing dominant fast bowlers he thinks if they want to see a better result than they should go for three spinners.
The 41 year old thinks that Indian pitches are bound to turn.
Last year team Australia whitewashed against the Sri Lanka by 3-0, and also the last time they played in Indian they were whitewashed by them also under MS Dhoni’s captaincy.
In the recent past Team Australia has a very poor record in the subcontinent.
Hussey thinks a left handed spinner and an off spinner and also a leg spinner would be ideal for this tour.
He added: “I think we’ve got to adapt to the conditions and I think the squad is nicely balanced for that. We’ve got the option of playing three spinners if we want to. And we’ve got left-arm orthodox (O’Keefe and Agar), we’ve got right arm orthodox (Lyon) and we’ve got wrist spin (Swepson), so we’ve got all the bases covered,”
He thinks that Indian pitch will be turning tracks and in the series every pith will be kind of same. He thinks team Australia should choose their team very wisely to beat the hosts.
He added: “I’m sure India will try and get the pitches to turn. That’s where they’re at their best and that’s where we’ve struggled in the past. There’s no question there’s going to be turning tracks so we have to be ready for that both from a batting point of view and team selection,”
“We need to pick the best team that’ll give you the best chance of winning in the conditions. It’s something they’ll definitely consider and it offers a lot of balance to the team as well. O’Keefe and Lyon will be the first two spinners, but it gives you the option of playing Agar or Swepson and seeing what the best chance of taking 20 wickets is,”