David Warner claimed that Sri Lanka’s ODI series triumph on surfaces with “extreme” spin had helped Australia get ready for the upcoming Test matches.
David Warner, the opening batsman for Australia, claimed that Sri Lanka’s ODI series triumph on surfaces with “severe” spin had helped the visitors get ready for the impending Test matches. At the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Tuesday, the hosts narrowly won the fourth one-day international, giving them a 3-1 advantage that they can’t lose. Warner scored 99 runs, but it was in vain. “We constantly anticipate turning wickets, which is excellent practice for us. It’s excellent preparation for the Test series “Warner stated following his team’s four-run defeat.
We genuinely appreciate that they are playing back-to-back innings on the wickets because we can’t get that kind of practice in the nets since they are green.
“With these dustbowls in the midst, it’s perfect practice for us. Because we are aware of what to expect there, the Test matches in Galle will be intriguing.
Before traveling to Galle for the two Test matches, which begin the next week, the two teams play the fifth ODI in Colombo on Friday.
On Tuesday, with 259 needed to win, Warner, who is typically aggressive, tried to anchor the chase throughout his 110-ball stay as the left-hander bravely dealt with the spinners.
With Pat Cummins scoring 35 and Matthew Kuhnemann nearly pulling off a robbery in the final over, Australia fought to the very last delivery before he was finally stumped by leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga.
“Being optimistic actually benefits you because you have to try and go for it in one-day cricket. Use your feet, get deep in your crease, and continue that strategy into the Test match series, suggested Warner.
“We’re waiting to see what they have in store.
“These are things that we anticipate (and) occurred in 2016; there is just no Rangana Herath” (this time). Although they definitely have additional spinners that play for their Test team, this won’t surprise us.
So In 2016, experienced Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath collected 28 wickets to bury the opposition batting on ferociously changing surfaces, handing Australia a 3-0 Test sweep.
In the five-day contests, Warner claimed that the visitors are prepared to withstand the spin and heat of the subcontinent.
So You don’t typically see wickets with this much extreme spin; you only see them here, he added. The wickets in India are actually good, and they turn on day three and day four.
One small error will cost you on the subcontinent. You need to constantly be “on.”
It will be challenging, particularly in the heat, but we’re looking forward to it.
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