Ahmedabad: India’s Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane on Tuesday said there is no need to take criticism of the spin-friendly pitches in the country seriously as not a word is spoken about the damp tracks elsewhere and England can expect another turner in the fourth Test.
There has been a lot of talk about the spinning tracks in the second Test at Chepauk and the pink ball game at Motera which ended inside two days. The fourth and final Test starts on March 4.
“I think the wicket will be similar to the second Test match in Chennai, spinning track. Yes, pink ball made the difference and it came much quicker off the wicket compared to red ball and we had to make adjustments,” Rahane said during a virtual media conference here.
“Wicket will be a lot similar to last two test matches,” he added.