Before playing India in the 2023 World Cup, Pat Cummins discussed the biggest hurdle in the IPL
In the World Cup 2023 match that will take place in Chennai on Sunday, Australian captain Pat Cummins stated that his team's main task would be handling Indian spinners on a Chepauk track that favours slow bowlers. India's three spinners—Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Kuldeep Yadav—can start this match. "On the eve of the match here on Saturday, they have a very good bowling attack, especially in home conditions, their bowlers perform well," Cummins stated during a news conference. Thus, we will have a struggle with this.
Cummins is hoping, though, that his prior experience playing against India's spinners would help him. "The good thing is that we have faced them numerous times," he stated. As a result, our batsmen will approach them with a different tactic. On certain occasions, we have been successful against them, while on other occasions, they have bowled effectively against us. Cummins also believes that the team will benefit from several Australian players' IPL experience.
"We have been playing on this ground often," he remarked. It has frequently been observed that there is unquestionably a match here everytime we explore India. We may benefit from this because several of our players have been playing for the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. In the most recent Second ODI held in Indore, David Warner batted right-handed to counter Ashwin and Cummins. He did not rule out the chance that there will be one of these in the Sunday encounter.
He continued, "We will see whether Davy will bat left-handed or right-handed." We'll have to wait and see what his plan of attack is, even though he bats left handed quite nicely. Cummins also mentioned that Marcus Stoinis, an all-around player with a hamstring problem, is being closely monitored by the club management. Do. "We will announce our team tomorrow at toss," he declared. This is probably when Stoinis plays. We'll investigate his suitability by tomorrow.