Mark Waugh sees ‘no hope’ of India bouncing again in Check collection vs AUS
The Indian cricket crew has “no hope” of constructing a comeback after the humiliation in Adelaide and can undergo a 4-Zero whitewash within the four-match Check collection towards Australia, feels former batsman Mark Waugh.
India have been bundled out for his or her lowest-ever Check rating of 36 of their second innings as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win within the pink-ball Check to take a 1-Zero lead within the collection.
Requested if India may bounce again after shedding the primary Check, Waugh stated: “No hope, no hope.
“I assumed Adelaide was the Check that they may win on paper and with Virat Kohli right here for simply the one Check. I assumed the circumstances would go well with them.
“I simply can’t see how they’ll bounce again (after) Australia whitewashed them on the third day. So ‘no’ is the reply four-nil to Australia,” he stated on Fox Cricket.
Former Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin too had stated the opening day/night time Check was India’s finest likelihood within the ongoing collection and will probably be very troublesome for the guests to script a turnaround.
The second Check begins in Melbourne on December 26.
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