Indian fans would be on their feats if India could make it 4-0 against Australia. This won’t be the first white wash victory though because India did win 3-0 against England in the 90s. But a 4-0 win will be the first of its kind in India’s 80 plus years of test history.
MS Dhoni has accumulated innumerable amount of feathers on his hat. This could be another one. After statistically becoming the most successful test captain for India now he would love to be the first ever Indian captain to clinch a 4-0 series win.
With Murali, Dhoni, Sachin, Pujara in good touch and bowling clicking pretty well with Ashin, Ojha, Bhuvaneshwar, etc; another win looks likely for India. Shikhar Dhawan, the hero in the last match; is ruled out due to injury and he is replaced by Suresh Raina in the squad. It still stays a question, who would play instead of Dhawan. Will Rahane open with Murali or will Raina sneak in the middle order thus shifting Pujara to the opening slot?
Michael Clarke looks doubtful for the test match due to an injury. The dropped vice captain Watson returns to India and he might lead the team if Clarke isn’t available to play. Australia needs to pull their socks really high if they have to compete this strong Indian team.
Let us hope we witness another beautiful and enthralling test match cricket between India and Australia.