Australia engage in different fielding sessions ahead of the Indore Test against India

The Australian cricket team have been on the receiving end so far in the ongoing Border Gavaskar Trophy series. Under the captaincy of Pat Cummins, Australia encounter only their third defeat of the second cycle of the ICC World Test Championship.

Two out of those three defeats came against India. Pat Cummins and Co suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of Team India in the Test opener in Nagpur as they lost the game by an innings and 132 runs.

After that, they went on to lose another game by six wickets in Delhi. While they were totally in the game in the first innings, they messed up the whole plot as far as the second innings are concerned.

Australia engage in various fielding sessions ahead of the Indore Test

Australia are gearing up for the third Test match against India which is slated to be held on March 1 at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. If Australia suffer one more defeat, then the series would be done and dusted.

Meanwhile, Australian players have been totally involved in different fielding sessions ahead of the third Test. In a video clip shared by Australia’s assistant coach by the name of Andrew Borovec gave some insight on the innovative fielding sessions.

Talking about the same, he added that it is a slips practice session with a bit of difference. According to him, this kind of session will help the players get prepared for any challenge during the game.

He further echoed that the goal of training is to motivate the players to come up with a series of tricks in a bid to get better. Australian players must have learnt from their mistakes and sorted out their woes by now. Hence, we can expect a cracker of a contest in the next two games.

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