Chahal finds Maxwell’s weakness

Bangalore: Yuzvendra Chahal has not been late to dismiss Glenn Maxwell in the current one-day series and this leg-spinner of Haryana said that the Australian explosive batsman has difficulty playing the ball out of the off stump. Chahal has dismissed Maxwell in all three matches played so far. This Australian batsman has been stumped out in two consecutive matches.

Chahal told reporters on the eve of the fourth ODI, “My strategy for Maxwell is not to bowl at the stump. Doing this will harm you. I bowl it out of the stump for him and I make a change in my pace. I know if I give it If I put three balls empty, he would come out and play a long shot. However, your line and length should be good to blaze the batsmen. “He said that apart from Maxwell, David Warner will still be in danger even if he is not able to run.

Chahal said, “Warner is the main player of Australia. When he takes a foot on the crease, he plays a big innings. Even though Finch scored a hundred in Indore, but Warner is the most dangerous player. “He said,” He has the experience of playing in the IPL and his mindset is to attack. If he plays 40 to 50 balls then he can score 70 to 80 runs. Our strategy is to get Warner out early so that we can put pressure on middle overs. ”

Regarding the heavy over against Australia, Chahal said that Indian spinners created the difference which has so far taken 13 wickets. He said, “Our spinners have done well and have taken 13 wickets compared to Australian spinners. We used better conditions in comparison to them. It is a matter of great benefit to us. Adam Zampa is the only wrist spinner in their team and he has not been in the team regularly. “