Virat Kohli and Steven Smith, the captains of both the teams have grabbed headlines like none. Some for the good reason and some for the bad ones. Who can forget the ‘brain fade’ incident or the grinding ton at Pune? As India enters its last leg of the home season, there are still things they have to fight for. A win against the Aussies does not come on a plate. That means though the hosts hold the advantage after priceless batting by Cheteshwar Pujara and Wriddhiman Saha and Jadeja’s all round show, come the last day at Ranchi, India will look for those magical eight balls that would give Virat Kohli and his men an unassailable lead in the coveted Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
— BCCI (@BCCI) March 20, 2017
Australia have too many left handers in their eleven and India have Ravindra Jadeja with a rough around the left handers off stump, well that prompted Indian fielders to undergo a session of close-in catching. In the video, you can see, Virat Kohli at leg slip and Ajinkya Rahane at forward short leg, creating the death trap. It is going to be very difficult for the Australians to see off the rough throughout the day. We also expect Cheteshwar Pujara, the specialist to be hovering there and thereabouts.
Australia have Renshaw, Shaun Marsh, Matthew Wade big Josh as well. David Warner is already out, a similar delivery turned from the rough to bamboozle the pint-sized dynamo.