In the eagerly awaited arrangement Down Under, Virat Kohli and his soldiers are planned for venturing out to Australia in October for three T20Is; after which they will safeguard the Border-Gavaskar trophy in December against a predominant Australian side.
India had won a four-Test arrangement in Australia 2-1 out of 2018-19. Be that as it may, the Australian side was without any semblance of David Warner and Steve Smith; who were away from the game serving a boycott for their inclusion in the notorious ball-altering outrage.
Notwithstanding, present their arrival on universal cricket, both Warner and Smith have conveyed commendable exhibitions for Australia. With Australia outfitted with Warner and Smith in their ordnance; it will be a difficult errand for captain Kohli and Co to demonstrate their predominance on the Australian soil.
It’s going to be a different challenge with David Warner and Steve Smith in the team, says Gambhir
Previous India opener Gautam Gambhir, nonetheless, feels that Indian bowling line-up has the bore to shake the Australian batting power. As per Gambhir, it will be an alternate 'challenge' for captain Kohli; yet he would rely upon his bowlers to makes things simpler for him on Australian wickets.
The Indian bowling power, in the recent years, has been conveying great exhibitions in the conventional organization. With any semblance of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav; the Indian side will expect to control the run-stream and put the Aussie batsmen under tension from the word go.
David Warner and Steve Smith has already returned to the team; after serving their ban on the famous ball tampering scandal. And the fans know how fierce batmen these both are for the Australian team. But, even these two cannot dampen the fierceness of Indian bowling squad according to Gambhir.
Gautam Gambhir is waiting for the upcoming matches between India and Australia to happen. As nothing will be the same after these two teams play against each other with their respective skill players.