Follow Matthew Hayden to get India: Australia legend tells Travis Head

Melbourne: Former captain Allan Border has suggested southpaw Travis Head to enhance his approach against the spinners to imitate Matthew Hayden’s success on the Australia tour. India Check out the four-for-next year sequence.

Head was named as the ‘participant of the sequence’ in the previous Ashes, but his form was steeped in sub-continental conditions (against Pakistan and Sri Lanka), where he managed only 91 runs with a best score of 26. succeeded in ,

“He (the chief) has sat down and is doing better than what is happening in the middle of the time,” Border was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.

Border said that he talked about batting on wickets that spin from the head.

“I’ve talked to him a little bit about batting on (prime) spinning wickets. He has found ways to sweep and sweep well. And he’s got to use his toes, guys don’t seem ready to go down and defend, even,” said Border, who has 11,174 runs to his name.

“We’re going into the subcontinent a lot, so if he needs to stay inside the body, he’s going to have to find ways to play the turning ball,” Border noted and cited Hayden’s example.

“Hayden is a great example,” quipped Border.

“Just a few finishing points. He’s a great player against anything other than a turning ball. That’s the grudge he’s started working on, although it’s (play the) sweep shots, his toes.” Use, land at the entrance and when you try to defend yourself, use good gentle weapons,” was the suggestion of Border for Head, who has performed 28 exams.

Hayden had an impressive campaign in India in 2001 where he scored 549 runs, including two totals and a hundred.

Australia is set to tour India for a four-take Test series next year.

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