This Border-Gavaskar series has seen it all, some like Harsha Bhogle are touting it as the ‘toxic’ ever series. Peter Handscomb, who was also a side-kick in the DRS controversy along with his captain Steven Smith has said that he is pretty confident that Australia ‘might create their own little history. In a recent interview to an Australian media house, he said they are ready for the decider.
Highlighting on the prospects lying ahead for the visiting team, Peter Handscomb said, “We know how hard it is to come over here and win the series, but I guess all we are really focusing on is the Test itself and not being too overawed by the significance of it.”
— cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) March 22, 2017
Peter Handscomb was the wall that saw the visitors to a comfortable draw at Ranchi and kept the series alive for the visitors.
Speaking on their strategy Peter Handscomb, he said, “If we can go out and just go with those same plans that we’ve had in the previous three Tests then hopefully it looks after itself and potentially create our own little bit of history.”
About the pitch the Victorian said, “It gives the squad a massive amount of confidence, knowing we can go in and assess the pitch as quickly as we can and then play our game from there.”
In 48 hours from now, India will be looking to clinch their seventh consecutive Test series win.