After Gujarat Titans won their first Indian Premier League title in IPL history, Indian cricket fans anticipating Australia’s tour of India in 2022-23, which also included three One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and four Tests played for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The series will be played for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The matches would take place in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane respectively.
According to today international cricket, the last trip that India took to Australia was quite fruitful. Not only did they defeat Australia by a score of 2-1, but they also created history by being the first Asian team to win on Australian soil in the longer format. Although the team led by Virat Kohli will be looking to put on a similar performance this time around, probably, players like David Warner, Steve Smith, and Marnus Labuschagne will do all in their ability to prevent the tourists from winning victory.
One of India’s most accomplished bowlers, Zaheer Khan is generally recognized as the inventor of the reverse swing technique. During his playing career, he was an indispensable member of the Indian side and holds the record as the only Indian left-arm bowler to have ever taken at least 300 wickets in test matches.
His performance in the match that took place in Bangalore in 2008 against Australia attracted the most attention out of the 19 tests that Zaheer played against Australia. He took figures of 5/91 and demolished the top order of the opposing team (Matthew Hayden, Mike Hussey, and Michael Clarke), and then he closed off the game by dismissing the tail end of the batting lineup (Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson) (Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson). At the end of the competition, the judges decided that the score was a draw.
The cricketer from Tamil Nadu was first selected for the Test squad in 2011, and ever since that year, he has been one of the most dependable contributors to Virat Kohli and the rest of the team. And only Ashwin, of all the presently active cricketers, has a shot at getting the most wickets against Australia. Ashwin has the best average when he bowls against Australia.
In a game against Australia at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, he took 7 wickets and gave up 103 runs. He has been on the field 15 times and has taken 77 wickets, which is just over 31 on average. When he played Australia, he had his best numbers in an inning. Let’s also not forget that the off-spinner has taken five different sets of five wickets during the match.
During his tour of Australia in 2018-2019, Ashwin put on a show that won’t be forgotten soon. At Adelaide, he had scores of 3/57 and 3/92 at the end of the first and second innings, respectively, which won him the match. Ashwin wants to keep the Border-Gavaskar trophy, so he will work hard to make sure that his performance in the previous season was just as good as it was this season.
Kapil Dev is often thought of as the best Indian all-rounder who has ever played with the red ball. This is because of the way he bowls. People also think of him as one of the most famous cultural figures to come out of India.
Kapil Dev, who was also known as the “Haryana Hurricane,” played in a total of 131 Test matches throughout his career and ended with 434 wickets. He faced the Kangaroos in 20 tests and took 79 wickets, which was an average of 25.35 runs per game. During the drawn 1985–86 tour, he had his best game. At Adelaide Oval, he took 8 wickets for 106 runs and held the team led by Allan Border to 381 runs in their first innings. His numbers were better than they had ever been before. His work in Australia was as good as anything any Indian bowler has ever done.
In the history of the sport, only two other Indian bowlers have taken more than 400 wickets in the longer version of the game. During the home-series competition in 2000-01, the cricketer from Punjab was a key part of the Indian team’s victory over the strong Australian team led by Steve Waugh. During his time in the game, he played in 103 games and was responsible for 417 dismissals. In the second test match, which took place at Eden Gardens, he took 7 wickets and 6 wickets, which helped the Indian team beat the other team by 171 runs. When he ripped through the other team’s batting order and took 32 wickets in three tests, he was almost impossible to beat. In 18 matches against Australia, the off-spinner had a batting average of just under 30 and took 95 wickets, including seven five-fors and three ten-fors.
He has taken more than 600 wickets in Test cricket, making him India’s all-time leader in that game format. In the longer version of the game, Kumble is the only bowler from India and the second bowler overall to have ever taken 10 wickets in a single inning. Most people agree that he is one of the best players from the subcontinent who can win games. Former cricket player for Karnataka who played for India on the international scene for almost 20 years. During his Test match career, he took 619 wickets and averaged just under 30 runs per game. He has also taken ten wickets in innings eight times and five wickets in 35 innings.
Kumble finished his match against Australia with 111 wickets, which he took at an average rate of 30.32, including 10 five-fors in a single inning and two five-fors. The leggie’s best game was during India’s tour of Australia in 2003-04. In the first innings of the fourth match at the Sydney Cricket Stadium in Sydney, he got 8/141, which was his best score. This was the best thing the leggie ever did. Throughout four games, he took 24 wickets.