India vs Australia 4th test: Australian record at Gabba Ground Brisbane | IND VS AUS Brisbane test: Australia’s victory confirmed despite the good performance of Team India! Know these recordings

Brisbane: The fourth test between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) continues. The series is equal to 1-1, in which case this match will decide which team will go to the Border Gavaskar Trophy. The competition continues and the Australian team has strengthened its grip. Most of the Indian team are injured and it can be said that this is the young Indian team. It is not necessary to repeat that India’s performance was good, but the Australian team are on their way to winning the Brisbane test.

Consolidation of Australia ‘350’

Gabba’s pitch has been very special for the Australian team. The Kangaroos have played 63 games on this field. Which he won in 40 and lost in 8. 13 matches are being drawn while one match is being tested.

At the same time, the Australia team are never lost to India on this pitch. 7 matches were played between these two teams on this ground, among which 5 kangaroos won in 5 matches while 1 match was drawn.

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Just looking at this record, it would be hard to say that the Australian team can win in this game. In fact, if you look at the history of the Australian squad, every time the Kangaroos scored over 350 points in the opening innings at this Brisbane pitch, they never lost the game.

Yes, the Australian team have a record and that can become a problem for India. The Kangaroos crossed the 350 mark in the opening rounds of this match. He scored 369 points hitting the first one.

Australia’s hold is strong

After winning the draw in the fourth test against India, the Australian team decided to beat. The Kangaroo team started beating first. Team batsman Marnus Labuschen hit hard and finished a century. At the end of the first day of the match, Australia scored 274 points losing 5 wickets.

On day two, captain Tim Paine advanced the sleeves and completed his half century. Although the Australian team’s innings ended shortly after, the Kangaroos strengthened their grip in the opening innings. Australia scored 369 points in their first innings.

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