You can put away even yorkers in Indian conditions, that keeps you calm: Wade

The Indian conditions allow batters to put even good balls away for boundaries and that played a part in Australia's successful chase of 209 in the first T20I, feels Matthew Wade. The experienced wicketkeeper batter smashed an unbeaten 45 off 21 balls after Cameron Green's 61 off 30 balls as the visitors made short work of a daunting target on Tuesday night. As many as 55 runs were needed off the last four overs but Wade found boundaries at will to avoid a tense finish.

You can put away even yorkers in Indian conditions, that keeps you calm: Wade
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The Indian conditions allow batters to put even good balls away for boundaries and that played a part in Australia's successful chase of 209 in the first T20I, feels Matthew Wade. The experienced wicketkeeper batter smashed an unbeaten 45 off 21 balls after Cameron Green's 61 off 30 balls as the visitors made short work of a daunting target on Tuesday night. As many as 55 runs were needed off the last four overs but Wade found boundaries at will to avoid a tense finish.