Australia Captain Tim Paine scrutinized the pitches arranged for their arrangement against India, saying the wickets were suiting the visitors.
India held the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after a 137-run win in Melbourne on Sunday saw them take a 2-1 lead in the four-Test arrangement.
The MCG contribute was censured early the Test for its absence of help for the bowlers, previously it immediately weakened as Australia battled, especially with the bat.
With a dry wicket expected for the last Test in Sydney, Paine said the pitches were neutralizing Australia.
“I played on it [the SCG pitch] around three or a month prior and it spun a tad. We’re hearing it’s most likely going to be somewhat drier than even that,” he revealed to Macquarie Sports Radio.
“Once more, I’m certain India will be extremely anticipating it.
“That has been the one frustrating thing. It appears we’ve moved up a few wickets here in Australia that have detracted from our qualities, which is pace and skip.”
While frustrated with the pitches, Paine additionally paid tribute to India, who commanded a large portion of the Test in Melbourne.
“It’s a disappointment I think for us. You never go to India and get presented green wickets and they’ve turned out around here and we’ve served a few wickets up that truly suit them,” he said.
“Having said that, they’ve defeated us and we must go to Sydney and progress.”