Former veteran player Greg Chappell believes that former Indian captain Rahul Dravid has read the Australian minds to create a solid home structure that is consistently providing good players for the country’s national team. He, however, said that Australia is missing it. Chappell said that both India and England have overtaken Australia in recognition of young talent and are providing them with a platform to succeed. Chappell told ‘Cricket.com.au’, ‘India achieved success and it happened because Rahul Dravid learned from us, saw what we are doing and replicated it in India and got more options (population) ) Were.’
Chappell, one of the all-time veteran batsmen, cautioned that the domestic structure could make it difficult for talented Australian cricketers in their careers. He said, “Historically we were one of the best at preparing young players and keeping them connected to the system, but I think it has changed in the last few years.” Chappell said, ‘I have seen a group of young players who have a lot of talent but they are not getting opportunities. this is unacceptable. Chappell believes that Australia has lost the right to call themselves the best in identifying talent. ‘
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He said, ‘I think we have lost our place to be the best in talent search. I think now England is doing better than us and India is also doing better than us. Earlier this year, India’s second-class team won the Border Gavaskar Trophy after beating Australia on its own ground due to injuries to several key players. The charismatic captain Virat Kohli was also able to play the same match of the four-match series due to paternity leave.
Chappell believes that India has shown a very effective player development system and their young players also have extensive international experience. The former Indian coach said, ‘If you look at the Indian team playing in the Brisbane Test, there were three or four new players in it and everyone said that this is India’s second XI. These players played a lot of matches for India A. He said, ‘And that too not only in India but under different circumstances. So when he was selected, he was not a newcomer, he was an international cricketer.
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