Australia team’s fast bowlers are not going to get any rest even after the test series against Pakistan, you will be surprised to see the schedule.

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According to Andrew McDonald, the same three bowlers will be seen playing in the Test series against West Indies also.

Pat Cummins (Photo Source: Twitter)

Recently a three-match Test series was played between Australia and Pakistan. Australia performed very well in this test series and defeated Pakistan 3-0. All the players from Australia played an important role in the victory of their team.

Now he also has to play Test series against West Indies and New Zealand. Not only this, Australia Test team’s bowling trio Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins have played 5 consecutive Tests together in their cricketing career and they have achieved this feat only twice so far. Australia team’s head coach Andrew McDonald and captain Pat Cummins are quite surprised that they have to play consecutive matches from here.

At present, if we talk about the bowling trio of Australia team, they have performed very well in many important matches so far. According to Andrew McDonald, the same three bowlers will be seen playing in the Test series against West Indies also.

According to ESPNcricinfo, Andrew McDonald said, ‘It is not at all the case that these three players will be rested. He has got a gap before the Test series against West Indies. I don’t think there will be any significant change in our bowling lineup for the Test match to be held in Adelaide. One good thing is that all three of these bowlers have shown improvement in their bowling. Pace has also been seen in Mitchell Starc’s bowling.

Two match test series against West Indies is going to start from January 17

Let us tell you, the two-match Test series between Australia and West Indies is starting from January 17. The first Test match will be played in Adelaide from January 17 while the second will be played in Brisbane from January 25.

West Indies has announced its Test team for the series against Australia. They would also know very well that it is not going to be so easy to defeat Australia in their own home.

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