‘What really should give India fans hope I think Down Under is the strength of the bowling attack. It’s very, very difficult to win in Australia without a strong seam bowling attack.’ IMAGE: India’s pace trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma. Photograph: Mohammed Shami/Twitter Former England captain Michael Atherton wants to see the gameplan employed by Indian pace attack against an unorthodox batsman like Australia’s Steve Smith when the two teams square off at the end of the year. Smith was serving one year ball tampering suspension when India toured Down Under in 2018-19 and won their maiden Test series 2-1 with David Warner also among list of banned players. against Smith). He (Smith) is a highly unorthodox player, but I enjoy watching and for that reason,” Atherton said on Sony Ten’s Pit Stop chat show.
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