Bedi tells India to be wary of Australian come back

New Delhi, Oct 26 (UNI) The spineless Australian spin bowling has forced the visitors to give their spinners - Cameron White and Jason Krejza - a few lessons from the legendary Bishan Singh Bedi so as to make a strong statement in the two remaining Tests of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Bedi, a former Indian captain, was here at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground to teach some of the basic technicalities of spin bowling to Kreja and Cameron White.

''I think Cameron White bowls a lot faster than what a spinner should bowl. I just told them about the basics that one needs to take care while bowling spin,'' Bedi told mediapersons after the Australian team's practice session.

However, Bedi further warned the Indian team, which is leading the series 1-0, to be wary of the Australians and said they would bounce back.

''Not only this, but no Australian team can be taken lightly and I would suggest the Indian team to see to it that don't get complacent.

''No doubt, they did lose the Mohali Test but they have the ability to bounce back and it is for this reason that they are the number one team in the world for so many years,''he said.

Bedi was here at the request of Australian team manager Steve Bernard and was keenly obeserving the two spinners who have failed to make any impact in the series so far.


Story first published: Sunday, October 26, 2008, 17:03 [IST]
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