Australia's wicketkeeper Matthew Wade believes India's strong pace attack on the upcoming Australia tour will not be as effective as New Zealand's Neil Wegner, who throws bouncers.
Wagner last year bombarded the Australian batsmen during the Test series. He struck out ten times, including Steve Smith, David Warner and Marnus Labuschen.
The Indian team has to tour Australia at the end of the year. “Teams can try, but I don't think they will succeed,” Wade told Cricket.com.
He said, 'I don't think anyone would have put as many bouncers as Wegner did and that too consistently. He also took wickets. “He said,” Indian bowlers will also try but I don't think they will be as effective. Wegner has experience. I have not seen a bowler who puts a bouncer so accurately. '
Wade said that the series against Virat Kohli's team will be one of the toughest challenges for Tim Paine's team. He said, “Everyone is waiting for this. One has to work hard for this. The Indian team is aggressive and presents a very tough challenge. ”He said,“ Look at Virat on the field. He descends with the intention of victory and fills everyone. It will be a big challenge. '