“That’s not good, that’s just not good for cricket” Ian Healy

Ian Healy has kicked off on India after Australia’s proposal to get more to know the Nagpur pitch, on which they were humiliated during the essential Test, was baffled by ground staff.

The athletes needed to plan on a shallow level at VCA Field to make up for the early finish of their innings incident.

In any case they needed to drop a gathering really early when it was uncovered the pitch had been watered just a brief time after the completion of play on day three.

The Aussies had mentioned the pitch to be kept without any assurances so they could practice again soon after the incident on Saturday. Either there was a miscommunication or the sales was ignored.

“It’s downright humiliating the scuppering of our arrangements to get some training meetings on that Nagpur wicket,” Healy said.

“That is bad, that is only not great for cricket. The ICC needs to step in here.

“For them to water the wicket casually when it was mentioned for training is awful and that needs to get to the next level.”

Australian coach Andrew McDonald told SEN the session was not “naughty boy nets” but an attempt to learn more about the “extreme” conditions.

“It’s reasonable isn’t it, their expectation with the surfaces they need to play on. We were expecting that approaching in so as I said previously, we’ve been truly clear on what we expected,” he said.

“At the point when we arrived we got precisely that. They’re not shrewd kid nets today (the arranged meeting). We have a major crew of 17 players so there are various individuals in various preparation programs.

“There’ll be two or three players from the game that will descend, so they’ll seen at train. Yet, it’s unquestionably not devious kid nets, it’s simply getting ready for the following game.”

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy series continues on Thursday.

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