Against Indian spinners, Australia has a strategy : Cummins

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Australia’s skipper, Pat Cummins, believes that his team has a strategy for dealing with Indian spinners in their opening encounter of the 2017 ICC Cricket World Cup. At Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium on October 8, the five-time champions will face India.

Australians ready to take on Indian spinners

Cummins noted that the Australians have previously faced Indian spinners and performed admirably. He added that the team’s victory in the third One Day International against India last month served as a significant boost going into the main competition.

It (preparation) starts with training for the next few days before the game. The Australian guys play a lot of spin. Our batting order had played a lot in India and done well, so they know most of the (Indian) spinners and they have a plan (in place). We have had pretty good records in ODIs in India,” Cummins was quoted as saying by The Week. 

I’m anticipating a fantastic competition from Dave: Cummins

David Warner, a seasoned batter, received additional appreciation from Cummins for his aggressive playing style. Prior to the World Cup, Warner was in excellent form during the most recent ODI series in India, scoring three straight half-centuries. He is handeling indian spinners very well. The Australian team is prepared to compete in the ICC mega event, according to the captain.

Dave’s (Warner) been fantastic in the last month, particularly in white-ball cricket. Not only is he scoring runs, he is being aggressive against spinners. He is taking the game on and getting the innings off to a great start. So, I’m expecting a great tournament from Dave. He has been consistent, and I am loving the way he is going about it,” said Cummins.

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