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Dream 11 Fantasy Cricket tips for India vs Australia, 4th Test at Border-Gavaskar Trophy

The 4th match of the match Border-Gavaskar Trophy test series between India and Australia will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium Motera, in Ahmedabad Gujarat, India. The match will start at 9:30 AM IST.
Before an in-depth peep into what may or may not happen in the 4thmatch of the match Border-Gavaskar Trophy, let’s dive in to the details of the third match that finished. Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to  bat  first. it was  a below average batting performance from the Indian side as none of the Indian batsmen were able to form a meaningful partnership that could take India to a big score. Having said that, one needs to acknowledge the fact that the pitch was not up to the test match standards. The ball was turning 8.4 degrees in the first session of the test match on the first day of the test match. 

The veteran Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden rightly pointed out that he doesn’t think that a pitch in a test match should turn this much on the first day. He also added that he doesn’t care about what the result is, according to him this pitch is not a good test Pitch and it was almost impossible to bat on this pitch. This sentiment was not only accord by Matthew Hayden but ex-Indian cricketers  and chief selector, Dilip Vengsarkar safelt the same and said, “this pitch was a joke with test cricket.”
This situation became increasingly challenging for both the sides. The ball was turning and bouncing furiously,  and excruciatingly keeping low. The pitch resembled a mine field, where batsmen from neither of the sides looked comfortable and were constantly on their toes. Both the sides had a hard time and hopefully this will lead to some strong moments in the next match to be played on 9th March at the Narendra Modi Stadium Motera, in Ahmedabad Gujarat.
The 4th Test match to be played in Narendra Modi Stadium between India and Australia is going to be the last test match of the 4 Test match series of the border-Gavaskar  trophy. As far as the pitch goes, it will have true bounce and carry for the fast bowlers, which also signifies that the ball will come comfortably on to the bat and lead to a relatively much easier shot making for the batsmen, as they will be able to trust the bounce on the pitch. 

There will also be Some assistance for the spin from the wicket on the 3rd and the 4th day, based on observing the patterns of the Ahmedabad pitch in the last  couple of one days and the scenario in the T20s is a strong endorsement in itself,  that it will be a good sporting wicket. 

I don't think on this pitch the toss will matter so much, as this pitch will be even for both the sides. Yet whichever team wins the toss, whether they get a chance to bowl or bat first ,they will have to start the test match well with immense stability. The team that gets to bat first, will have to look at setting a colossal score on the board. If they don't do that then they will have to play Catchup cricket for the rest of the Test match.

TFG Fantasy Stars for IND VS AUS


Rohit Sharma, the Sweet timers of the cricket ball that there is in the world of cricket, he can play a portent Square through the outside and also a classy looking flick shot effortlessly, both through the leg side and the on side. He plays a Lofted  cover drive with this spin over extra cover. His delicate cut against spin bowling through 3rd  man and smashing of the ball straight over the top of mid-off using his feet against the spinners is a dazzle. He very seldom plays the paddle sweep through fine leg  but plays a tenacious Pull shot between mid -wicket  and square leg.  When he gets going he throws open an exhibition of class batting. easy on the eye, this excellent player has played 48 International test matches, has scored 3344 runs with an batting average of 45.80 and a strike rate of 55.90.  in his international test career so far.  

Shubham gill is a smooth timer of a cricket ball. He is fantastic with the cover drive In front of the offside. He also plays a really good back foot punch Square through the offside. He plays a  good enough sweep shot in front of square leg and also cuts the ball really hard through the offside. His pull shot Between deep mid -wicket and deep square leg are splendid. Shubham gill with a wealth of talent in him, this young man could go on to serve India for a long time . Having played 14 International test matches, scoring 762 runs with a batting average of 30.48 and a strike rate of 58.21  in his international test career so far, Gill holds a great promise.  

Cheteshwar Pujara plays a prudent back foot punch through backward point and can also play a smash of a pull shot through mid-wicket. He goes over the top of  mid-on with the spin and has a studios defence. Pujara has played 101 International test matches, scored 7112 runs with a batting average of 43.90  and a strike rate of 44.38  in his international test career so far.  


Travis Head is a player with Good technique and plays a brilliant straight drive down the ground, with an impressive off-drive  through mid-on. He is a good cutter and puller of a cricket ball and can play thumping cover drive, in between deep midwicket and covers. He is very quick on Picking up the length of the shot pitch ball and plays the pull shot masterfully well.  He has played 35 International test matches, scored 2239 runs with a batting average of 44.78  and a strike rate of 61.98  in his international test career so far.

Usman Khawaja can play the Square cut well through the offside and loves to sweep the ball through midwicket against the spinners. He plays impressive cover drive with the spin through the covers. Having played 59 International test matches, scoring 4315 runs with an batting average of 46.39 and a strike rate of 50.89. in his international test career so far, Usman Khawaja is an important cog In Australia's wheel..  

Marnus Labuschagne can play a turning cover drive and is excellent with the pull shot through mid -wicket. He also plays the conventional sweep skillfully and is equally good with the reverse sweep through the leg side. When Marnus Labuschagne  settles down he oozes authority and class. He has played 36 International test matches, scored 3328 runs, with a batting average of 57.37 and a strike rate of55.21 in his international test career so far.  

Possible 11: IND
Rohit Sharma, Shuman gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Axar Patel, Mohammed Siraj, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav.    

Possible 11: AUS 
Travis head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Mitchell  Starc, Matthew Kuhnemann, Todd Murphy, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins.

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The 4th match of the match Border-Gavaskar Trophy test series between India and Australia will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium Motera, in Ahmedabad Gujarat, India. The match will start at 9:30 AM IST.

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