Perth: England’s win over India in recent Test series (2-1) has certainly given a chance to Aussies for targeting the morale of Team India ahead of scheduled tour.

Indian spinners failed to exploit home conditions which resulted into series loss against England.  This has forced the Australians to believe that the Indians are no more tigers at home. 

Australian skipper Michael Clarke now considers India to be a ‘trouble-free’ opponent and believes that it is not so tough to defeat India in the home land.

In an interview to an English Daily, Clarke said, ‘England proved that India is no more invincible at home’.

Speaking more on his preparation for India Tour,  the skipper added, ‘We are all waiting to come to India and play before Indian crowds in what is going to be a really tough and important cricket assignment for each of them going forward in their careers’.

It is impossible to plan an Indian tour without spinners, said the National selector John Inverarity after announcing the 17-member squad for India tour.


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