Sydney: Senior bowlers Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin performed well in the practice match against Australia-A and confirmed their selection in the Game XI for the first test while the hosts The team scored 286 for 8 wickets of Cameron Green’s undefeated century on day two.
Australia-A now has a 39 point increase. Bharat-A (India A) declared the first sets for 247 points from 9 wickets. Captain Ajinkya Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) remained undefeated after scoring 117 points. Mohammad Shami and Jasprit Bumrah are expected to play in the Test. Umesh Yadav, who was vying for the spot of third quick bowler, won 3 wickets for 44 points in 18 overs.
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At the same time, Mohammed Siraj took 2 wickets for 71 races in 19 overs. Umesh sent openers Will Pukowski (1) and Joe Burns (1) to the pavilion. Ravichandran Ashwin won 2 wickets for 58 races in 19 overs.
All-rounder Cameron Green continued his Sheffield Shield form for Australia-A, scoring an unbeaten 114 on 173 balls with the help of 10 fours and a six. He shared 104 points for the sixth wicket with national captain Tim Paine (44). Previously, Australia-A’s 5 wickets had dropped to 98 races at a time.
Green added 49 points for the 8th wicket with fast bowler Michael Nasser (33). India got off to a good start with the new ball and Umesh caught Pukowski at the hands of Shubman Gill to point on the ball coming out of the stump.
Burns catches Wriddhiman Saha behind the wicket. Captain Travis Head (18) and Marcus Harris (35) have shared a 55-year partnership. Siraj sent Head back to 21st place. At the same time, Ashwin caught Harris in the Rahane slide. Ashwin also lbw Nick Medinson (23) in the 31st. After that, Green and Tim Paine took Australia-A to 186 for 5 wickets until tea time.
After the break, one of Umesh’s bouncing pens hit the helmet. After that, Penn came back catching Prithvi Shaw in the back square leg after scoring one more. Siraj, on the other hand, took the second wicket in the form of James Pattinson (3). Green, who got Hanuma Vihari’s life with a score of 24 in the second slide and wicket keeper Saha with the score of 78, ended his century with four in the 81st.