Australia head coach Justin Langer can’t wait to see his bowlers have a go at Virat Kohli and his men in the upcoming Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Langer feels his bowlers have improved since the Test series defeat to India in 2018-19.
The two teams are set to lock horns again on Australian soil in a four-Test series with the opening Day-Night game in Adelaide starting December 17.
“If I go back to that time (2018-19), we lost a toss at the MCG after winning the Perth Test match – lost the toss on possibly the flattest wicket I’ve seen in Test cricket … and they bowled for nearly two days,” Langer was quoted as saying by Sydney Morning Herald.
“And then we had to back it up and play at the SCG the next Test match on a pretty flat wicket as well. Not making excuses, but it was tough going back then. India were on top of their game, they deserved to beat us for the…