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Harbhajan discusses why India has a ‘golden opportunity’ to win the Test series.

Harbhajan Singh discusses why India has a 'golden opportunity' to win the Test series.

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  • In the wake of beating Australia on their turf twice and driving England 2-1 in the UK before the series finished unexpectedly recently.
  • Harbhajan was important for India’s two distinct voyages through South Africa in 2001 and 2010, getting three and 15 wickets individually.

In the wake of beating Australia on their turf twice and driving England 2-1 in the UK before the series finished unexpectedly recently, India would hope to enhance their new great record abroad when they head to South Africa not long from now to play a three-match Test series. 

India has played 20 Tests in South Africa, winning just three. Yet, veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh accepts the impending visit as the group’s most obvious opportunity to enroll in a series win there.

“I accept this is India’s once in a lifetime chance to win their first Test series in South Africa. If we check out their group, it isn’t quite so solid as it used to be. Indeed, even in the last visit, players like AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis… those folks never permitted India to win there. 

Although India has played well there, they have always lost a series, and this is their most obvious opportunity because their batting isn’t incredible,” Harbhajan said in a video on his YouTube channel.

India’s first Test win in the nation showed up in 2006, when they beat South Africa in Durban by 123 runs, although the series was lost 1-2. In 2010/11, South Africa stepped through the primary Examination followed by India winning in Durban by 87 runs, yet an attract the last game saw the series end in a 1-1 stop. 

After three years in the 2013/14 visit, India lost 0-1, and in 2018, lost again before finishing the series on a triumphant note with a 63-run win in Johannesburg.

Harbhajan was important for India’s two distinct voyages through South Africa in 2001 and 2010, getting three and 15 wickets individually. Generally speaking, Harbhajan has gotten 60 wickets against the Proteas from 11 Tests.

While South Africa has named a solid 21-part crew for the Test series against India beginning December 26 at Centurion, the BCCI is relied upon to name the Indian line-up soon.

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Amanda Perry

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