Far from being a controversy-ridden battle, Australia's pace spearhead Brett Lee reckons his team's four-Test series against India will go down as a 'hallmark of friendship' because players from both the sides have forgotten about past rows.
Indian and Australian players have been involved in several on-field and off-field spats in the recent past, with Andrew Symonds-Harbhajan Singh race row being the ugliest face-offs.
But Lee said the Indian Premier League offered them a good opportunity to clear the air and forge friendships.
"In the IPL the players forged good bonds and the upcoming series will be a new leaf and a new page in the history of both countries.
"I am not worried about what had happened in the past but we look to play here in the spirit of the game," he said.
The Australians are in Jaipur for a couple of practice matches before the official series gets underway in Bangalore with the first Test on October 9.
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