Ganguly sounds the alarm for India’s star player, saying, “He needs to be at his best. After the last three years, he even needs a Test 100.”

Team India will try to maintain its winning streak against Australia in the intense Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which begins on Thursday in Nagpur, after a strong start to the year. The hosts, who have won the last three competitions—two of which took place on Australian soil—will be brimming with confidence.

Australia is now leading both the World Test Championship (WTC) table and the ICC Test rankings, and they will be prepared for yet another challenge—possibly Cummins’ biggest to date.

Cheteshwar Pujara, right handed batter, has a fantabulous record against the team Kangaroos. The performance from 2018-19 is regarded as his masterpiece. He eventually turned as the top run-scorer with 521 runs from 7 innings with an average of 74.43.

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