Indian team for India-Australia test series in Australia and Time Table

From tomorrow, Indian team will start playing first test of the four test series with Australia. This is first test series under captain Anil Kumble in Australia and therefore, there will lot of pressure on him and Indian team. Indian team will play four test matches, one 20-20 match and ODI tri-series in Australia. According to the cricket experts present India is best team and therefore, there are many chances that Indian can defeat Australia in Australia which is like a big dream for Indian team so far. At present, Australia is the best team in world and they will try their hard to maintain with their continuous winning record. On the other hand, Indian team also look very aggressive in their approach as most of the players have already made it clear that they will give their best in this test series. Pankaj Singh, a right-arm medium-fast bowler from Rajasthan could be positive bet for India in this series because Australian pitches always favour fast bowlers.

Indian team for the test series-

Anil Kumble (capt), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (vice-capt and w/k), Wasim Jaffer, Virender Sehwag, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, V V S Laxman, Yuvraj Singh, Dinesh Karthik, Irfan Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, R P Singh, Ishant Sharma and Pankaj Singh

Schedule and Time table for Test series

26-30 Dec, 2007- First test with Australia at Melbourne- (Starting time 5:00 AM) (Live Espn/Star)
2-6 Jan, 2008- Second Test with Australia at Sydney- (Starting time 5:00 AM) (Live Espn/Star)
16-20 Jan, 2008- Third Test with Australia at Perth- (Starting time 5:00 AM) (Live Espn/Star)
24-28 Jan, 2008- Fourth test with Australia at Adelaide- (Starting time 5:00 AM) (Live Espn/Star)
1 Feb, 2008- 20-20 match with Australia at Melbourne (Starting time 5:00 AM) (Live Espn/Star)

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