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IND vs AUS: Ashwin-Jadeja pair close to breaking this big record of Kumble-Harbhajan, just will have to take so many wickets

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IND vs AUS: The Border-Gavaskar Trophy is being played between India and Australia. Team India won the first 2 Tests and took a 2-0 lead in the series. In both these matches, the pair of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja did wonders. Together they took 31 wickets, while 9 wickets were taken by the fast bowlers.

Now one of the most successful pairs of Team India, Jadeja-Ashwin pair can break the big record of Team India's legendary spinners Harbhajan Singh and Anil Kumble. Ashwin-Jadeja will create history by breaking the record of the pair of these two giants. To do this, both will have to take 39 more wickets.

This record is registered in the name of Harbhajan-Kumble

In fact, at present, Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh hold the record for the most runs as a pair in the Test format. Now the Jadeja-Ashwin pair has come very close to this record and can demolish it in the next few matches. The pair of Kumble-Harbhajan took 501 wickets in 54 Test matches. During this, Kumble has 281 wickets and Harbhajan has 220 wickets.

Ashwin-Jadeja have taken 462 wickets

If we talk about Ashwin-Jadeja, then this pair has so far taken 462 wickets in 45 matches. If we look at the average, then this pair can beat Kumble-Bhajji in the next 5 Test matches. Ashwin has 248 wickets, while Jadeja has taken 214 wickets. To leave Kumble-Harbhnaj behind, this pair will have to take 39 more wickets.

Third Test match to be held in Indore

India has taken a 2-0 lead in the four-Test series between India and Australia. Now two more matches are to be played. From March 1, the third test will be held in Indore, where it will be interesting to see whether this pair of Ashwin-Jadeja will do charisma like the first two matches or the fast bowlers will rock.

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