Perth: For a side that was world number one in Tests some months back, India have been surprisingly out of sorts against Australia and a 0-4 thrashing is on the cards for them if Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men don't improve their body language, feels former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram.
His pre-series prediction of India conceding a 2-0 lead to Australia has already come true and Akram says he won't be surprised if Australia clinch the next two in Perth and Adelaide to win 4-0.
"Winning matters, but to win overseas is the real thing. India does well in their backyard but are found wanting when they play on foreign pitches. When I was playing, Pakistan had won in New Zealand, Australia, West Indies and England and that made us a top side," Akram told a sports portal.