India won the ODI arrangement 2-1 and drew the T20I arrangement 1-1 in their ongoing voyage through Australia and in this way they will look be on the triumphant side in both the arrangement at home. In front of the two-coordinate T20I arrangement and five-coordinate ODI arrangement, previous Australia batsman Matthew Hayden anticipated the aftereffects of both the arrangement.
"In light of what India has accomplished in New Zealand, I think it will be 4-1 (in ODIs). What's more, I think it going to be a tie during the T20Is with Australia winning one of those," Hayden disclosed to Star Sports.
Matthew Hayden, considered as one of the best players of turn bowling, on Saturday imparted his insight to the Australian batsmen on the most proficient method to handle moderate bowlers like Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.
While Kuldeep has been refreshed for the two-coordinate T20 arrangement yet Australia will confront Chahal and left-arm spinner Krunal Pandya.
Hayden, here as an analyst, was welcomed by old companion and current mentor Justin Langer as the previous opener had long talk with the players amid their net session at the ACA-VDCA Stadium this evening.
Hayden was seen showing shot choice to the players as he went with the side amid their full practice session. "It was incredible clearly to have JL's (Justin Langer) extraordinary mate and a legend of the amusement return and somebody who's had such a great amount of achievement here in India as a batsman to get around to this field the young men and have a decent visit was incredible," Finch said at the news gathering.
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