Australia’s top-order batsman Usman Khawaja trusts versatility will be the key amid their constrained over arrangement against India and said they would hope to draw from their past experience of playing in the nation. Australia will start their voyage through India with the first T20 International in Visakhapatnam on Sunday and Khawaja trusts wickets will be useful for batting.
“I played in that T20 (World Cup) and the wickets were extremely decent,” said Khawaja, who played six Indian Premier League matches for the now-outdated Rising Pune Supergiant in India. “I found there was most likely one wicket that spun a reasonable piece in Dharamsala, alternate ones in Mohali (twice) and Bangalore were entirely great batting surfaces,” he was cited as saying by cricket.com.au.
“You simply need to adjust to whatever you arrive. As the Australian cricket group, a great deal of folks have had some great exhibitions in India previously, so I figure we can draw from that.” Khawaja, who is as of now in Hyderabad, said Australia has a ton of adaptability in their batting line up and radiated certainty that the guests will do well in the arrangement. “There’s a great deal of good players in this group, which is magnificent,” Khawaja said.
“It’s great to have choices. A great deal of folks that are in this group are very adaptable on where they can play so whatever happens pushing ahead I figure everybody will do great in whatever job they have,” included the left-gave batsman. Australia will play the second T20I in Bangalore on February 27, preceding contending in the five-ODI arrangement.