Courtesy of a convincing victory over South Africa in the semi-finals of the ongoing ODI Word Cup, Australia have once again made it to the finals of the marquee tournament, where they will take on India on November 19 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Ahead of the high-voltage match, pacer Josh Hazlewood lauded the Rohit Sharma-led side and called them a quality side with no real weaknesses.
“We’ve played them a lot of times. We know them inside out, same with them. They’re a quality team, they’ve been on a march the whole tournament, no real weaknesses in their team, so, yeah, look forward to playing them on Sunday. I guess we saw a few cracks when we played them in Chennai chasing a small target, we were lucky enough to get a couple early,” Hazlewood was quoted as saying by News18.
“Starc and I have bowled together for a long time now, we know each other’s games, and we both play well on the same night, which is pleasing. Hopefully, we can do that on Sunday as well, but… yeah, there’s a little bit in the wicket which we probably haven’t had, in the previous games, or in a couple here and there, but it was nice to get the ball on,” Hazlewood mentioned.