Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins said he was aware of Cheteshwar Pujara's abilities and would have to 'find a way' to cheaply cover his innings in the home series this year. Pujara was in a great rhythm during the 2018-19 tour. Cummins remembers it well that on the basis of his batting, the Indian team had won the Test series 2–1. Pujara had scored 521 runs at an average of 74.42 in that series, which included three centuries and a half-century.
Cummins told cricket.com, "He had scored runs for India in that (2018-19) series. He is one of those players who take time to set foot at the crease and the pressure on them is not much. "We have to find a way to stop the way he batted last time." However the bowlers were not getting much help from the pitch. I think we have to find a way for this by ourselves. Cummins hopes that the situation will be in Australia's favor this time. He said that he would have to force Pujara to do something different to stop India.
It was on the strength of Pujara's strong batting in the 2018-19 series that Team India took the Test series in Australia for the first time in 71 years under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. India is scheduled to visit Australia for a four-Test series later this year, but due to Corona, this tour is also clouded by apprehension.
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