Ajinkya Rahane is more chilled out than Virat Kohli: Steve Smith

Ajinkya Rahane is more chilled out than Virat Kohli: Steve Smith

Ajinkya Rahane is more chilled out than Virat Kohli: Steve Smith

Asked about how he has been able to manage the roller coaster ride of emotions, Kohli's reply was matter of fact but with a tinge of sarcasm in it. "He said that he'd done the wrong thing and to have his integrity called into question in that way I just thought it was not appropriate", Sutherland said. Always done the right thing, always said what I wanted to because I feel it is right. I have no regrets about anything I did. I have nothing to go back and change.

After Australia put up 451 in the first innings, not many expected India to reach a potentially winning position. "I don't know the magnitude of the risk but if I pass the fitness test I will play", he said confidently.

"I think you can see it in the way that you have to play here".

"It's something that's happening on the outside (world)". Ranchi was tied, and even though Australia claimed moral victory, there is everything to play for in Dharamsala."I would say the chances are even. Australians have done extremely well". They have never mattered.

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Smith, whose leadership has developed immensely since the horrors of Hobart last November, cares more about the future. However, former Australian skipper Michael Clarke came out strongly in support of Kohli when he said some two or three Australian reporters were trying to tarnish Indian skipper's image.

(Australian media) want to write something good or bad, it's your own personal choice. Honestly, I didn't expect them to do well here. So I think that's why the Australians will probably be confident and India will be a little bit nervous. "There's been a lot made of it before the series, there was so much hype before the series, and I think we've gone about the cricket as we have done for a long time now", Starc told Fox Sport. We will focus on that. For me, it is not worrying about the end game and the result. For many years, the Indian team was silent before former Indian skipper and now a commentator Sunil Gavaskar revolted against the Australians in the eighties. "Regardless of what happens in this last Test match I think the way we've played has been a credit to each and every individual here". I won't deny that.

"If not, I'm sure the guys will take it as an opportunity to still take the team ahead", he said at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, which will be hosting its first test from Saturday. Of course, they have pushed us to coming back in the series. That would not have been the case but for some impressive fight from Peter Handscomb and Shaun Marsh on the final day in Ranchi, where they toughed out a draw that felt like a win.

Depending on the nature of the wicket, that extra bowler can be a pacer or a spinner, but if India want to really go for the jugular, they might be better off sticking the extra bowler in and asking their five pure batsmen to take the responsibility of scoring the majority of the runs.

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