Home Cricket news India vs Australia: ‘Haven’t set any personal objective’, Indian youngster ‘excited’ for...

India vs Australia: ‘Haven’t set any personal objective’, Indian youngster ‘excited’ for ODI series


Young Indian batsman Shubman Gill is wanting ahead to the upcoming limited-overs series in opposition to Australia, ranging from November 27. The right-hand batsman from Punjab made it to the Indian ODI squad following a promising Indian Premier League 2020. Playing for Kolkata Knight Riders, Gill amassed 440 runs in 14 video games, together with three fifty-plus rating.

ALSO READ | India vs Australia: ‘Our fab 5 can beat Aussies in their own den’, Shastri confident about Test series win

As the Indian group gears up for the Australian problem, Gill has stated that he has not set any personal objectives for himself however is de facto wanting ahead to the tour.

“I am really looking forward to Australia because this is my first trip. As a kid growing up, I always watched the matches between India and Australia. I am really excited,” stated Gill in a video posted on the official Twitter deal with of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).

 

“I mean the fact that a lot of my friends are travelling with the team will be exciting. I have not really set any personal goals, but I am really looking forward to the tour,” he added.

India and Australia are slated to lock horns in opposition to one another in three ODIs, three T20Is, and 4 Tests. India and Australia will first play in opposition to one another in ODIs and T20Is after which either side will shift their consideration to the longest format of the sport.

ALSO READ | Recovering from injury, Marsh hopeful of comeback in warm-up game against India A

The Indian squad for all of the three codecs had arrived in Australia from Dubai and now each participant has began present process internet classes to be absolutely ready.

Indian skipper Kohli will likely be taking part in only one Test in opposition to Australia, and can then head again residence after being granted paternity depart by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

The first Test between India and Australia will start from December 17 on the Adelaide Oval and this match will likely be a day-night contest.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here