Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins has said the Adelaide wicket had played a part in the humbling of India in the first Test.
Cummins, who took four wickets in India’s second innings, is hoping for another good track when the teams meet again in the second Test in Melbourne on December 26. Sideways movement from the Adelaide track had aided the Australian cause, Cummins observed.
“I thought the Ashes Test (in 2017) and the Indian Test at the MCG a couple of years ago were pretty flat and boring wickets as a bowler,”Cummins said.
“Last year against New Zealand it was a really good wicket. It has a bit of sideways and pace and bounce. Hopefully it will be much the same. I think not only as a player but as a fan, they are the best wickets, when it is a good battle between bat and ball. You feel like if you do your skill well, you can have a big impact.”
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