Melbourne: Australia all-rounder James Faulkner says his team is not worried about the slow nature of the pitches and the Indians using it to their advantage as he feels the hosts are in equally good form.
The flat wickets in Melbourne and Sydney during the four-Test series between India and Australia had come under criticism.
"It comes down to the conditions and what line up they go with, whether they want to play a spinner or not. But we are not worried.
Everyone seems to be in form. It's a good healthy environment for Australian cricket," Faulkner said on the eve of India-Australia encounter. He said the two teams would be starting off on equal footing today.
"The Indian batsmen are in pretty good touch as well, particularly Virat Kohli. They're going to be tough tomorrow. They're a very good one-day team and so are we," he pointed out.
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