March 27, 2023

Mitchell Starc opened Australia’s pole, the team is ‘famine’. Mitchell Starc not fully fit for India vs Australia 3rd Test in Indore

IND Vs AUS: Mitchell Starc says not fully fit 48 hours before Indoor Test, so Australia forced to feed unfit players?

Not fully fit Mitchell Starc!

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Indore, loss in Nagpur, also loss in Delhi. Australia lost both matches of the Border-Gavaskar Test series. Now he plans to return for the third Test to be held in Indore but before the match Mitchell Starc He revealed the secret of his party. In fact, Mitchell Starc has said that he is yet to fully recover from the injury but is ready to play the third Test. The question has been raised whether Australia is short of players, considering giving a chance to a player who has not been fully fit.

Mitchell Starc in Indore said, ‘Feels good. There will be some discomfort for some time. I don’t think this injury will heal 100% in a while, but enough. He said, ‘The ball is coming out well and I am bowling with passion. This is not the first Test despite being a bit uncomfortable. If I was 100 per cent fit, I would only play five to 10 Tests. ,

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Starc will learn from Indian pacers

Like the Indian fast bowlers, Starc also wants to contribute for his team. He bowled Cameron Green for an hour in the net. The left-arm fast bowler said, ‘Yes this tour was challenging for the Australian fast bowlers. Of course we have seen that the role of spinners has increased but still the Indian fast bowlers have played a special role with the new ball. And when the ball overturns, the stump notices. Again there is no doubt that the role of spin will be big but to get 20 wickets I have to play an important role with the spinners. ,

Starc hopes to reap the benefits of experience

The 33-year-old Starc, who has played 75 Tests for Australia, expressed hope that he will be able to play in subcontinental conditions. His body also looks good. He said, ‘There is nothing to worry about. I took eight to 10 days off due to injury. I have been bowling since then. No worries about workload or body. ‘I don’t know what has benefited me here in the past,’ said Stark. I haven’t played much cricket here. I think the experience of playing recently in Pakistan and Sri Lanka will help.

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