India, led by Virat Kohli, will take Australia in the first T20I of the three-game series in the Gabba in Brisbane on Monday. The T20I rubber will be followed by a four-game Test series and a three-game ODI challenge. In the final edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2017, India signed a 2-1 series winning home. However, the victorious victory came with Captain Virat Kohli and the rest of the Australian team. Following the series that won at Dharamasala, Kohli said he would never consider Australian players as friends again. However, Australia's pawn Mitchell Starc believed that the Indian skipper was "handsome" off the field and will not feel sick when both teams are conflicting in the first Test in Adelaide, starting on December 6.
"I do not get that feeling at all. We had some good battles on the field through that series, everyone was fun and had a bit laughing about it and was paid after one of & # 39; r Probation games, "says Starc as quoted by cricket.com.au.
"I'm sure I'll have some conversations with him over this series and share laughter and talk about the series once he has done," he added.
Starc obscured the Indian skipper close when he ran the dressing room of the Royal Challengers Bangalore with him during the Indian Premier League. According to the 28-year-old speedster, Kohli is a completely different man away from the cricket field.
"I've been told him a bit off the field, and I probably know it is a bit better than some teammate from Australia. (They) are obviously just seen on the field Cricket falls and the general public see what a competitor is and how much he loves with the challenge of performing at home and off and to be one of the best players in the world.
"I have to see a bit off the field, where it's very different. (It's so nice a man off the field, it has a lot of time for everyone and just He's delighted to be part of the boys, whether he's playing FIFA or being around the team room, "said Starc.
Newly, Kolkata Knight Riders Stark released in front of the IPL auction 2019. The fast-handed quick bowler contract, which was one of the most expensive bowls in the last season auctions, was expired by text message.
India has a better record against the Aussies in T20Is, while Australia is holding a hand in the longest format. In their last eight T20s against Australia, India has won seven, which includes sweeping a 3-0 series in 2016.
In Testing, India has managed to win 25 games and losing 41, while a game matches 41 tests ending in pull.