‘Kohli better in ODIs, Smith in Tests’ : The Tribune India

‘Kohli better in ODIs, Smith in Tests’

New Delhi, September 12: Australia capped off India’s last home season that was dominated by Test cricket. The Aussies are back again, kicking off the new home season that will be dominated by ODIs and T20s.

‘Kohli better in ODIs, Smith in Tests’

Former India batsman VVS Laxman and former Australia skipper Michael Clarke pose after a panel discussion on the upcoming India-Australia series in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tribune Photo.Mukesh Aggarwal

New Delhi, September 12: Australia capped off India’s last home season that was dominated by Test cricket. The Aussies are back again, kicking off the new home season that will be dominated by ODIs and T20s. Ahead of the mouth-watering India-Australia duel, VVS Laxman and Michael Clarke discussed the chances of both the teams and the rivalry between Virat Kohli and Steve Smith in New Delhi on Tuesday. While they differed on quite a few aspects, they agreed on thing — Australia’s bowling is their weakest link and could find the Indian batsmen a bit too hot to handle. 

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