Previous skipper Sunil Gavaskar today said Australia held the high ground against India toward the finish of second day’s play in the fourth and last cricket Test here today.
India were 248 for six at stumps against a taught Australia, trailing by 52 keeps running in their first innings. “Australia hold the high ground since they have taken six noteworthy wickets,” Gavaskar told ‘NDTV’.
Ravindra Jadeja and Wriddhiman Saha were the unbeaten batsmen at close of play.
“Beyond any doubt Jadeja can hit the ball, Saha got a hundred in the past diversion, yet Australia have the second new ball in their grasp and pretty much three or four overs old, so tomorrow morning it will be, extremely troublesome (for India).
“There is a smidgen of portable this surface, the ball is crashing into the wicketkeeper’s gloves especially when Pat Cummins is giving it a chance to tear and they are getting development so I think India will think that its difficult to draw near to the Australian aggregate.”
The batting extraordinary is miffed with Karun Nair’s exposing on the field, adding to his hopelessness with the bat. He has so far overseen only 54 keeps running in his last four innings.
“It will be intense for him in light of the fact that toward the day’s end the group administration, determination board need you to do well in your real expertise, which is batting, and they are likewise going to investigate his handling.
“Also, I think, in handling, he has been a let down the extent that global cricket is concerned. Unless he gets a major score in the second innings, his place could be in danger. There are sufficient individuals holding up in the wings.”