Former veteran gave mantra of victory to Australian captain to defeat India on his soil
IND vs AUS Test Series: Former Australian captain Mark Taylor has asked Pat Cummins to use five bowlers in the final Test against South Africa in Sydney to practice the tour of India. He said that the Australian team has made an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Now looking at the tour of India in the Sydney Test, there is no harm in trying the option.
Former Australian captain Mark Taylor has given the mantra of victory to Pat Cummins to defeat the Indian team on his soil. Mark Taylor has said that he will use five bowlers in the third and final Test against South Africa in Sydney for practice on the tour of India. Because Australia has to tour India in February-March. The hosts have made an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Now he has a golden opportunity to try out different options in the Sydney Test considering the tour of India.
It is known that Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green were injured in the Boxing Day Test match against South Africa. Despite this, in the second Test match played in Melbourne, Australia registered a big win by an innings and 182 runs against South Africa. Now Australia has called Matthew Renshaw and Ashton Agar in place of Starc and Cameron. Agar is expected to pair up with veteran off-spinner Nathan Lyon.
Taylor said that Australia has a chance to try a few things in the Sydney Test. I know people will say don't experiment in Test matches, but Cameron Green is not playing. So I would like to see Alex Carey bat at number six and Australia uses five bowlers.
Taylor was quoted by Wide World of Sports as saying that South Africa's weak batting line-up could give Australia the opportunity to try five bowlers. So I would like you to attack the ball and score enough runs with five specialist batsmen.