Anurag Dasgupta ∙ Jan 1 2023, 11:57 AM | 2 Min Read

It's a tour I'd love to go on: Ashton Agar on upcoming Border-Gavaskar series

image-lcczkfxpAshton Agar looking to make a comeback [Source: Twitter]

Australian spinner, Ashton Agar has stated that he always dreamt of playing Test cricket in India. With the pitches in India suited for spin bowling, the left-armer said that watching Test matches in India has been exciting as of late.

Agar left the Perth Scorchers squad to join the Aussie Test squad for the third Test against South Africa. The 29-year-old has been recalled alongside Matt Renshaw amid the injuries taken place in the Australian camp.

Ahead of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy set to take place next month, Agar said he remains keen on playing Test cricket in India.

"It is in my mind. I love watching Test cricket over there, and I think playing Test matches in India is something I always wanted to do. It's the most exciting cricket to watch on TV because the wickets have been wild recently.

They've been spinning sideways, and I imagine they'll spin a fair bit over there as well. It's a tour I'd love to go on, but we'll just wait and see what happens."

Agar reckons he'll bat at number 7 should he return to the Test side and hopes to hit a hundred after missing out on it once.

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