Former Australian captain Steve Smith has said that he wants to win the Test series in India. Steve Smith hopes he can do this in his career. Australia has won the Test series in India 4 times so far, but this may not be possible for the last 15 years. In 2005, Australia had named the Test series on Indian soil for the last time.
Interacting live on the Facebook page with Ish Sodhi, Steve Smith has said, “I would love to win the Test series in India. As an Australian cricketer, the Ashes and World Cup are big. It is a very difficult place to play Test cricket, so I would love to win a series there. “
Steve Smith was the captain of the team when the Australian team toured India in 2017. The Kangaroo team won by 333 runs in the first Test match of the series played in Pune, but the Indian team returned and won the series by winning two of the next three matches. In that series, Indian team spinners R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja wreaked havoc. Jadeja took 25 and Ashwin took 21 wickets in 4 matches.
Steve Smith has also said that playing Jadeja on the subcontinent is very difficult. He said that the best spinners are always in line with their length and know how to change their variations. Smith has said, “The reason why bowlers like Jadeja are so good in the subcontinent is the reason behind their good length. With the same hand, one of their balls falls on the good length, while the other ball spins the same way and goes out.”