Nathan Lyon is an off-spin bowler who plays International cricket for the Australian national cricket team. Also, a lower-order right-handed batsman who is ranked 21st as an all-rounder in the Test cricket ranking in the world cricket and ranked 18th as a test bowler, Who is known as the most successful off-spin bowler in the history of Australian cricket. When the Australian cricket team is getting prepared for their 1st test match against Pakistan on Thursday in Brisbane ( Gabba ), Nathan Lyon is happy for their 1st test venue Gabba against Pakistan because of his good record in this venue on test cricket. On Brisbane, Lyon has taken 33 wickets with an average of 27.69 in just 8 matches played for his national team as he has taken 363 Test wickets in just 91 test matches.
Nathan Lyon is looking forward to playing one at one of his happy-hunting grounds as Australia prepare for their first Test of the summer against Pakistan that starts in Brisbane. #cricketnews https://t.co/DxZk9Pksze
Nathan said to a reporter –
We have a great past in this ground of Brisbane, so I am very happy with my one of favorite grounds where I love to play cricket. We have got the first Test here and it is a piece of great news for us, the crowd will cheer for us. I have been playing Test cricket here for the last 9 years and to be honest I am really not worried about Pakistan what will they do.
He added -“It is about us the Australian cricket team, we are preparing the right home and we are doing everything This under our control to ensure that we are on the right path.”
This Australian also talked about the wicket of that ground, he thinks it’s a good wicket to bowl and bat also. Bounce and spin amount are fair on this pitch which is found by him for the last few years.
This Test series is containing a day-night test in Adelaide which will start from 29 November. This is a chance for the Aussies to build their confidence in this two-match series where they are facing Pakistan. Before that Australia drew the famous Ashes series 2-2 in England.