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What Will Cheteshwar Pujara Think Of The Australia Test Series Without Rahane, Pant, And Bumrah?

Cricket players from both Australia and India are currently toiling away in the practise nets in preparation for the forthcoming Border-Gavaskar trophy match, which is an extremely significant competition.

Even though the Indian team has the ‘home advantage,’ which makes them the ‘favourite’ to win the series, the absence of key players like Jasprit Bumrah, Rishabh Pant, and Ajinkya Rahane causes some people to be concerned.

When Cheteshwar Pujara, an experienced batsman, was asked the same question, he responded by stating that everyone needs to be at the top of their game, individually as well as collectively as a team.

Pujara was asked about the implications of Rahane, Bumrah, and Pant not being a part of the series in an interview with the Times of India. The question focused on how his role might change as a result.

The veteran hitter provided a response, saying: “It is always a major and significant series when India plays Australia. You have to be at the top of your game not only as a player but also as a team in order to be successful.

Everyone is looking forward to a good competition against the Australian squad, and they have been an extremely good test team in the past. As a result, I consider this to be a significant obstacle that I eagerly anticipate overcoming.

There has been a significant level of competition between us for a significant amount of time. We’ve had some really fun competitions in the past, and it’s something that every single one of us is looking forward to continuing in the new season as well.”

Additionally, a question was posed to Pujara regarding his head-to-head competition with players such as Nathan Lyon and Pat Cummins. The India star explained that the reason they are such challenging bowlers to face is because of their “experience.”

“Take a look at them, they have experience. They have a profound awareness of the qualities that set them apart. They are really good at taking advantage of the weather, particularly when we play them in Australia. They are aware of the best spots to bowl in given the current conditions.

Consequently, I believe that the primary conflict with them will always take place in Australia. Remember that they are fantastic bowlers and that they have been successful even in India, but the most critical fights we’ve had against each other have taken place in Australia.

As a batter, you need to do a lot of preparation for this, and you need to think out your own techniques to counteract the opposition’s strategies. As a batsman, you would always look forward to a challenge like that “he added.

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