Getting up there’: Aussie spin great Nathan Lyon compares India series to Ashes

The battle between India and Australia has undoubtedly become one among the highlights of recent Test cricket. The fight between the 2 teams and therefore the players has escalated several times since 2001 when Sourav Ganguly’s Indian team stopped the lazy winning Australian team of Steve Waugh.

Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon, who has played a serious role in Test matches over the past decade, has put the competition before the normal Ashes. chatting with reporters, Leon said the Australian team was knocked out by Indians on a previous tour and that they are expecting the record to return straight after they arrive in India later this year.

“You never wish to lose a cricket series or a game to Australia,” Leon told reporters through SportsNews.com.

“India shocked us a couple of years ago.

“But we’re curious about those guys coming here, they’re getting there for the Ashes also because the summit series.

“They’ve got a celebration filled with superstars and it’s getting to be an excellent challenge for this Australian summer once they get out of here,” he said.

Against India in Tests, Leon is that the most successful Australian bowler and also miles away. He has taken 85 wickets in 18 Tests against the Indians at a mean of 32.0.

Talking about how he’s practicing at Lockdown, Leon said, “I did not have a pre-season, it had been basically my first winter in ten years.”

“It’s exciting for the house and trying to urge a touch knowledge about all the boys and every one the crooks here also

“That’s why I started bowling! i have been bowling a touch with the Sydney Sixers Ben Manty, so i have been bowling with him for the last three to four weeks.”

“I started, it’s not an everyday thing, but it’s going pretty much ,” he said.

Australia will play their next Test against Afghanistan in November before closing the horn with India.

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