Ravi Shastri has been talking tough to his team. “No let up.” The conditions, as he admits in this chat on Sunday with Sportstar from his room in Adelaide, are “tough,” but so is the resolve of the Indian team to make a mark this summer in Australia, one of the hardest cricket countries to tour, especially in the current conditions due to the pandemic.

The expectations from India are huge. “Nothing wrong. It makes us all the more excited to perform. I know it is going to be tough but then the monkey is off our back. Off the back of the captain (Virat Kohli). We beat Australia here the last time (2018) and beat them when they played in India. None from this Australian team has the experience of having beaten India in India. India has lost to Australia at home only once in the last 15 years and that was in 2004,” Shastri emphasises on the history between the two…

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