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India vs Australia 2020: It will take some time to get used to Bumrah’s odd bowling action, says Cameron Green

By Bet Barter

December 10, 2020

The Australian all-rounder Cameron Green is looking forward to facing India's best bowling unit Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. Green talked about the bowling action of Bumrah and how he is preparing for it. Cameron Green was Australia's top-scorer in the first warm-up game against India.

The 21-year-old is being hyped as Australia's next big thing. The youngster averaged 49.83 with four centuries in the Sheffield Shield. With this, he also has excellent overall first-class bowling figures of 30 wickets at a strike rate of 43.4.

The next three-day warm-up game between the top-notch teams will begin on 11th December. The second practice game will be played under the lights and with the pink ball. It will include preparation for India's first overseas day-night Test match in Adelaide.

Green, Burns, Abbot, and Swepson to feature in the Day/Night Practice Test Match

The majority of India's Test regular players might be playing the game. India's full-fledged test squad will make up for Cameron Green's most formidable challenge yet. The young Australian star talked about Jasprit Bumrah's unique bowling action. He also hopes to get used to it soon.

Although Australia has one of the best middle-order, Cameron Green still has the hope to come in at some stage in the four-match Test series. The all-rounder will be looking to enhance these opportunities by performing against the Indians in the second tour game.

The Australian Cricket Board also confirmed that four players of the Australian test side would be playing the 2nd warm-up match against India. Joe Burns, Cameron Green, Sean Abbot, and Mitchell Swepson will be part of the squad for a three-day practice match on Friday.

Alex Carey will be leading the Australian side in the 2nd match. Travis Head led the squad in the first practice match. It will be exciting to see if the visitors will field their full-fledged squad for the 3-day practice game on Friday.

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