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Australia's Glenn Maxwell names Indian batsman who can replace Virat Kohli in final three Tests

Australia’s Glenn Maxwell names Indian batsman who can replace Virat Kohli in final three Tests

The a lot awaited India’s tour of Australia is about to kick-off on November 27 and with lower than per week to go, the gamers of either side are leaving no stone unturned of their coaching.

Australian star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell didn’t draw back from admitting that the Virat Kohli-led Indian aspect are a really sturdy opposition, regardless that Australia is taking part in on their very own turf. 

Speaking about Kohli, who can be lacking the ultimate three Tests, Maxwell mentioned that his Kings XI Punjab teammate KL Rahul could be a super alternative after his improbable efficiency in IPL 2020.

During a digital media interplay, Maxwell mentioned “India have still got back-ups, more than capable of playing that role. We saw KL Rahul, the performance that he put on during the last IPL was extraordinary. Whether he opens the batting or not, I am sure he will be just as good a player.”

Australia had been handed an enormous increase when it was introduced that the Indian skipper Virat Kohli shall be returning house after the primary Test at Adelaide. BCCI had declared that Kohli had been granted a paternity go away for the delivery of his first baby with actress spouse Anushka Sharma.

KL Rahul was the Orange Cap winner in IPL 2020 with an astonishing 670 runs. Maxwell obtained an opportunity to observe gamers like KL Rahul, Mayank Agarwal and Mohammad Shami intently at KXIP – all of whom carried out brilliantly this season.

“Well, I would say they (Mayank-Rahul) are the two lovely guys I have ever met. It was a pleasure to spend the change room (with them), two very good players, they score all-round the wicket and have got very limited weaknesses,” Maxwell mentioned.

Maxwell mentioned that Australia can be counting on their sturdy bowling in opposition to a star-studded Indian batting lineup and in addition hoped that the larger grounds in Australia will favour them.

“I suppose ODI cricket might be a bit different (compared T20). Hopefully, with our bowling attack, we can put some pressure on them and with bounce in the pitches and bigger grounds as well, they play into our hands. They are good performers, and good players.”

India is slated to play three ODI’s, three T20I’s and 4 Tests down beneath. The tour begins with the ODI collection, commencing on November 27. The first Test is scheduled for Adelaide from December 17.

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