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Virat Kohli good enough to adapt to any situation: Nathan Lyon


MELBOURNE: As all carrying action across the world has come to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic, Australian bowlers are pondering as to how Indian skipper Virat Kohli may play in front of no spectators.

India and Australia are scheduled to play a four-match Test collection later this year, and it's being speculated that the collection may finally end up happening with none crowds because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Australian spinner Nathan Lyon on Tuesday mentioned that it might be attention-grabbing to peer how Kohli is going about it if he does not get a chance to get the target market at the back of him.

"He is probably good enough to adapt to any scenario. But I was talking to Mitch Starc the other day and we actually said that if we are playing with no crowd, it'll be quite amazing to see Virat trying to rev up the empty seats," cricket.com.au quoted Lyon as announcing.

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"It is going to be a little bit different, but Virat is a superstar. He will be able to adapt to any climate that we are able to play in," he added.

During the 2018-19 collection, India controlled to defeat Australia in Australia for the first time in a Test collection.

Australia, at the moment had been without the services and products of David Warner and Steve Smith. However, the collection later this year guarantees to be a mouth-watering prospect.

"I am excited about the prospect of India coming out to Australia, it's up there with the biggest series alongside the Ashes. They are an absolute powerhouse of the cricket world, and to have those guys out here is going to be fantastic. Playing in front of crowds or no crowds is out of our control, we have got to follow the advice of all the amazing medical people around the world," Lyon mentioned.


"I have not thought about no crowds or massive crowds, it is just about the opportunity of playing against India again. They had the wood over us last time they came over here but we are a much stronger Australian cricket side at the moment, and I am just unbelievably excited about playing them here at home," he added.


Lyon was once slated to represent Hampshire in County Championship this year, alternatively, his stint was once known as off closing week because of COVID-19.


He is Australia's third-highest wicket-taker in the longest format of the game as he has general of 390 wickets in Test cricket.


Lyon was once closing observed in action in the Big Bash League for Sydney Sixers.


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