Zeenews Sports Bureau
Australian pacer Ryan Harris on Sunday sent the visiting Indian team a strong warning ahead of the Perth Test saying he will “go in for the kill” when he returns to the Test side.
According to him, the visitors are a bunch of individuals and the team is being torn apart by internal divisions. "They are down and out already," Harris told The Sunday Mail.
"We know that when things aren`t going great for this Indian side they get frustrated because there is a lot of individuals in that side.”
"Their team wouldn`t be sticking together at all right now.”
"A lot of them don`t like travelling and I am sure some of them would already be thinking about going home ... we want to keep them down and win this series 4-0."
Harris, who has been plagued with injuries for 18 months, is considered by many as one of the best fast bowlers in the Aussie side when he is fit. Harris’ return gives Australia, who are 2-0 up already in the series, an extra advantage ahead of the Perth Test.
"The Indian batsmen are not massive fans of having the ball bouncing around their ears and they will certainly cop a fair bit of that in Perth," Harris said.
"I love bowling in Perth where the pitch is getting back to its old way of being fast and bouncy.
"The Indians have already lost two Tests and this is the pitch they will like playing on the least.”
"I had a personal milestone in Perth last summer but we lost the Ashes. If I could take nine wickets again in Perth and help us to a series win over India, that would be way better than last year."