Australia vs India 2018: Australia Can Show Some Fight But India Will Have An Edge – Brian Lara
The prodigy of left-hand batting Brian Lara, who announced his retirement more than a decade ago, is currently finding solace in the game of golf.
Since then, a lot has changed in the game of cricket, but Lara doesn’t miss a thing about the game of cricket. The living legend represented Windies for 17 years and admitted that he retired the time he wanted to.
“I don’t miss playing cricket at all. I played for 17 years and retired at a time when I wanted to. I have never missed a day of cricket since then,” he told TOI.
“I think it is going to be an interesting series. Obviously, Australia is going to fight a bit as India is playing very good cricket,” he said. “But their ‘away’ record is something they have to worry about. If they break the game down into different pieces and understand where they are strong and need to be strong, they can work things out,” Lara concluded.
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli & Co will play Australia in three T20Is, four Tests, and three ODIs starting from November 21. It will be a massive opportunity for them to script history in the absence of Steven Smith and David Warner. India had a poor outing in South Africa and England and will be keen to overturn their records in the upcoming tour.
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