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I’m hoping that Australia can go all the way, Mahela Jayawardena’s prediction

Unbelievable Sri Lanka hitter Mahela Jayawardene has used the latest episode of The ICC Review to give his assumption for the impending Test series between India and Australia.

Not at all do Australia and India at this point have the main two spots on the MRF Tires ICC Men’s Test Rankings, in any case, the two wild foes in like manner sit on top of the ICC World Test Title standings and are in the box seat to possess all the necessary qualities for June’s decisive.

“I believe being an extraordinary series is continuously going. I think Indian circumstances and how the Australian batsmen tackle that, they truly do have a great bowling unit and how do the Indian batsmen tackle that … it really relies on how each group begins the series and who has that energy. However, it will be intriguing,” he said.

“It’s challenging to foresee, however being a Sri Lankan, I’m trusting Australia can go as far as possible. Most likely a 2-1 win for Australia, however, it will be extreme.”

“He’s been excellent, he’s in fact exceptionally sound and he’s a decent player of speed,” the Sri Lankan said of Gill. “That will keep him in great stead against that Australian assault, however, it’s continuously going to be extreme and it will be an excellent series.

“He is in extraordinary structure right now and in the event that he changes over that into red-ball cricket and has that rhythm, development, and comprehension of the circumstances and conditions, he’d be an incredible resource at the first in class up for India. He gives them those great beginnings at a decent beat to put resistance bowling assaults under tension.”

“I think toward the beginning of the Test Title, the two-year cycle, Sri Lanka was positioned seventh or eighth on the planet. They’ve played some astounding cricket, reliable cricket all through, and are right up there having a potential chance to play in that Test Title (last),” he said.

“New Zealand is a top group thus it’ll be a captivating series and I trust that Sri Lanka can pull that off. What’s more, ideally, Australia can offer Sri Lanka a couple of courtesies in India, which is likewise going to be an extreme, extreme series.”

Australia’s four-Test visit through India starts on Thursday 9 February, with the fourth and last Test booked to start on 9 Walk.

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