Previous Australia opener Matthew Hayden trusts that Australia have great quick bowling gifts in Jhye Richardson and Jason Behrendorff yet considering the type of India batsmen, the hosts will hold the edge. 

"In the ongoing arrangement (in Australia), Virat had some inconvenience against Richardson, who played wonderfully, taking Virat's wicket thrice. Be that as it may, I trust it will be an altogether different situation this time around. Jhye is youthful player, not with a great deal of involvement of playing cricket in India, so I trust Virat will be predominant in this one," Hayden told Times of India. 

On a potential competition between Indian opener Rohit Sharma and left-arm Aussie pacer Jason Behrendorff who made his ODI debut in the India arrangement, Hayden said the bowler "is tall, has great pace and bowls into the wicket" and will represent a test yet in addition included that the Indian batsman is likewise in an incredible touch. 

Not long ago, Australia lost the three-coordinate One-Day International (ODI) arrangement to India at home and will have vengeance on their psyches when the two groups conflict, this time in India.There will be two T20 Internationals and five ODIs. 

Australia captain Aaron Finch feels India are the best in their own conditions and they must be taking care of business to beat them in the restricted overs recreations, beginning with two T20 internationals from February 24. 

"I don't assume you need anything to put an enthusiasm in your progression when you're going on an Aussie visit, especially to India. In case you're somewhat off the imprint you will get injured," Finch was cited as saying by

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