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Michael Clarke slams Australia’s upcoming Test tour of India after he was ‘dropped as a commentator’


Former Aussie Test cricket captain Michael Clarke has lashed the current squad for abandoning tour matches in India, saying they will be going in underdone – with his remarks coming just after he lost a commentary job in the subcontinent.

India is known as the final frontier in world cricket, the hardest place for visiting teams because of the spin-friendly, low and slow pitches, searing heat and massive crowd support for the home team.

While Clarke has been dumped for the commentary team in India by the host broadcaster, he has used his Australian radio show to warn the Aussies about not scheduling tour matches

While Clarke has been dumped for the commentary team in India by the host broadcaster, he has used his Australian radio show to warn the Aussies about not scheduling tour matches

Clarke was scheduled to fly to India for the upcoming Test series against Australia before the Board of Control for Cricket in India sacked him from its commentary panel…



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