Australia has picked some unacceptable group: Michael Kasprowicz says Aussies ought to have picked ‘no less than three quick bowlers’.

Previous Australian pacer Michael Kasprowicz said Australia picked some unacceptable group for the fourth and last Test in Ahmedabad where the guests held three spinners taking the field with just a single cutting edge pace bowler in Mitchell Starc.

Talking on SENQ Breakfast program, Kasprowicz said,” I will call it nose and toes. As a quick bowler, if we need to stall out in, we either attempt and hit them on the button or hit them on the toes.

“My point is, Australia has picked some unacceptable group, what they needed to do was pick no less than three quick bowlers.

“(We have Green and Starc), however one is an all-rounder and Starc is in every case great with a more established ball.”

In the mean time, Virat Kohli arrived at triple figures without precedent for 41 innings and a stand by of over three years to bump India ahad of Australia on day four of the fourth test Sunday.

Kohli scored 186 runs, his 28th Test hundred and his most noteworthy grade against Australia, as India got done with 571 (178.5 overs) runs in its most memorable innings to take a lead of 91 runs over Australia’s first-innings all out of 480 runs. At stumps, Matthew Kuhnemann and Travis Head (3 not out) arranged six overs with Australia at 3-0 in its subsequent innings, following by 88 runs.

Reviewing the outcome in 2004, Kasprowicz said, ” Yet in the event that we had three quick bowlers in addition to a spinner – this is the program we went with in India in 2004. The Australian side went in with Glenn McGrath who is the best ever, Jason Gillespie and myself, we likewise had Shane Warne who was a pretty hander spinner too.

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“More than 90 overs every day, the explanation I say pick quick bowlers is that they can make something on these level wickets.”

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