Test cricket could receive a fillip if Kohli can break India's jinx in Australia by winning the four-Test series, which starts with the opening match at Adelaide on December 6.
Meanwhile, Earl Eddings was named the new permanent chairman of Cricket Australia (CA) by the board on Wednesday, four weeks after taking up the post on a temporary basis when David Peever was forced to resign.
"You don't turn up to Australia thinking wickets are going to seam or spin around".
"Australia didn't know what or where the line was - that's how it ended up with sandpaper on the field. Not only in Australia, when we played in South Africa and England we were pretty motivated to win a series overseas and I think that is the biggest opportunity for us right now because we always have a good balance in the side which can do things for us which is very promising", he added. Speaking to cricket.com.au, the former Test skipper said the Queenslander will not only be the leading run scorer against India, but also the player of the series.
Vijay said that he was aware that opportunities will come his way and just wanted to be prepared for it. Vijay said he was ready to contribute for India in the upcoming series. What you see with David Warner is what you get. He looked shaky at times with circumspect timing, as seen in his dismissal off a full toss caught at mid-wicket.
We did well on the last two tours of South Africa and England.
"It's more about getting your noses ahead in Australia". If you are not doing well, you can be left sitting out and watching the game.
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"We had a fantastic series against India, closer than the margin suggests", said Gower during the inaugural Ranji Memorial Public Conversation on Cricket in London.
"If you are talking about the Caribbean, you are not talking about one nation but several nations", he said. I'm not that kind of person who thinks about what happened in the past.
Vijay, who scored 129 off 132 deliveries in the second innings, raced from 52 to his hundred in a space of just 27 balls, including scoring 26 runs off one over.
"In practice matches, you are looking to get something out of it for yourself, and as a bowling group, when you go out there on the park".
Clarke then went on the attack, labelling Whateley a "headline-chasing coward", said he was as "delirious as you are ill informed", and that "to blame me for cheating in South Africa is an absolute disgrace". It's a fallacy saying playing hard competitive cricket is being aggressive and abusive. "In the next 4-5 days I will prep up a bit more for the game", he said. "They were like my brothers, that's what it ends up being in a great team, it's a bit cheesy but it's true". "Your first priority is to play for your country and then the riches will come automatically". I hope he recovers fast. It's nice to have Davey in and Steve had a hit yesterday, I had breakfast with him on Monday morning and I caught up with Davey for a couple of hours that afternoon as well.
Michael Clarke and Simon Katich famously clashed physically in the dressing room when they were Test players and this week they have become embroiled in a verbal disagreement over Australia's commitment to be less aggressive on the pitch.