CM – AUS-W vs IND-W Pink Ball Test Day 3 Highlights: Jhulan Goswami, Vastrakar shine as Australia needs 85 to avoid episode


Pooja Vastrakar celebrates Tahlia McGrath’s wicket on day three of the Australia-India friendly at Metricon Stadium in Gold Coast, Australia on Friday. – GETTY IMAGES

Hello and welcome to Sportstar HIGHLIGHTS at the Pink Ball Test between Australian women and Indian women in Carrara. These are Lavanya Lakshminarayanan and Dhruva Prasad and we are going to walk you through the day 3 game today.

Finally, we get a full game day with no weather disruptions. On the final day, the focus will be on Indian pacemakers as Australia needs 85 runs to avoid running behind with six wickets in hand.

AUS 143/4 (60 overs): Vastrakar is back for Meghna to bowl the last over of the day. India is keeping the pressure on until the end. Gardner slides one behind the first slip for four. Two points to end the day. Stumps.

AUS 138/4 (59 overs): Australia needs another 92 runs to avoid a succession. There are five overs left in the day. Goswami to continue. Mandhana lets you slip through cover to give Gardner two runs.

AUS 136/4 (58 overs): Loose Full-Toss by Meghna and Run Down the Leg by Gardner for two. Beautifully driven next ball putt Vastrakar keeps it under cover with a dive. Three of them.

AUS 133/4 (57 overs): Neat by Goswami. Just a single one of Gardner’s inside edge that leads to a square leg.

AUS 132/4 (56 overs): Meghna replaces Vastrakar. Immediately for the money. Just before the stump, fishing and Perry is beaten.

AUS 131/4 (55 overs): Goswami returns with a virgin. Australia is putting pressure on itself by going into a shell. It takes 97 more runs to avoid succession.

AUS 131/4 (54 overs): Perry pushes one past the bowler for one. A chance for the goalkeeper on the final ball when Gardner steps out of the goal area without knowing where the ball is. Taniya Bhatia measures the stumps.

AUS 130/4 (53 overs): Goswami is back with the ball as there are 11 overs left on the day. The ball stays low and Gardner hits the ground just in time to hit him for a single. Two of them finally.

AUS 128/4 (52 overs): Only one single, as Gardner hits the mark with an inside edge.

The referees re-inspect the ball. The ring test is not deleted and the referees request another rally. The pink ball seems to be losing its shape.

AUS 127/4 (51 overs): FOUR! Finally some footwork from Perry against the weirdos. Escaped by Gaikwad and Perry steps out to take full advantage of it and lead it past a border. FOUR MORE! Turned over again and drove past the point. Similar take, but Vastrakar cuts it off this time.

AUS 119/4 (50 overs): AUS! Vastrakar gets McGrath. Short and wide, and McGrath cuts it straight to Mandhana. Tahlia McGrath c Mandhana b Vastrakar 28 (68b 4×4 0x6). The ball was changed at Mithali Raj’s insistence. Wicket girl!

The day lasts about 50 minutes, of which 14 overs are left. Will we see another Goswami spell in the last moments of the day to spice up the match?

AUS 119/3 (49 overs): Gaikwad flies well over the wicket to the right handers. Just the one for McGrath’s leg off the cushions.

AUS 118/3 (48 overs): Six points ahead of Vastrakar and it’s a virgin. The central pacemaker does not deviate from the off-stump line.

AUS 118/3 (47 overs): Seven from Sharma Over, including a four from McGrath to the middle.

AUS 111/3 (46 overs): Virgin of Vastrakar. Consistent line between off and the fifth stump line.

AUS 111/3 (45 overs): FOUR! McGrath pounces on an exaggerated delivery of Sharma and shows the classic cover drive.

AUS 106/3 (44 overs): Dew seems to be settling in and the spinners will have a hard time. Vastrakar bowls instead of gaikwad. FOUR! Perry squirts it past the gutter to limit the rear foot.

AUS 101/3 (42 overs): Gaikwad has problems gripping the ball. Short and slightly wide and a McGrath cut at the rear of the foot for four. Hundred for Australia.

AUS 97/3 (41 overs): Sloppy by Goswami in the middle as McGrath got two runs. FOUR! On Meghna and McGrath’s pads, it plays square on the leg. Two more from a full litter. Driven hard but Jemimah’s breathtaking dive will be just the ticket. 10 from the over. Expensive.

AUS 87/3 (40 overs): Gaikwad replaces Sharma. Shafali Verma lets you down through her legs for cover so Perry can steal a single.

AUS 86/3 (39 overs): Full and Down Mid-Wicket by Perry for a single. Meghna keeps things tidy.

AUS 85/3 (38 overs): Sharma doesn’t let anything through when she completes another girl. Relentless cord that McGrath holds in his chains.

AUS 84/3 (36 overs): Finally a run for the Aussies before Sharma. Perry goes down the field and steals one on the offside. Pivots the leg down and McGrath turns around to fix it for one thing.

AUS 82/3 (35 overs): Vastrakar bowls McGrath a girl with a tight stump line.

AUS 82/3 (34 overs): Third virgin trotting for Sharma. She bowls it full and Perry defends with a straight bat.

AUS 82/3 (33 overs): GONE! Big wicket! The skipper leaves while Vastrakar uses an inswinger to bring her straight to the pads over a good length. Unfortunately for Lanning, as reps suggest an inside edge. Meg Lanning lbw b Vastrakar 38 (78b 7×4 0x6). McGrath hits the bull’s eye with a couple in Midwicket.

AUS 80/2 (32 overs): Sharma is full, but Perry prefers to defend on the rear foot. Six point balls and it’s a girl. Perry is on six runs of 33 balls.

AUS 80/2 (31 overs): Vastrakar replaces Jhulan. Single for Perry with a flick to the side. A slight change in line for Vastrakar as it becomes legal. Great cover drive from Lanning with a half volley on-off but only two when Mandhana cuts him off.

AUS 77/2 (30 overs): Deepti Sharma starts with a virgin. Interesting field for them with a silly tip, short middle and square leg in the game. Jhulan in the slip-ups. Sharma can take it.

AUS 77/2 (29 overs): Not much leeway from Goswami. Just two while Perry plays a straight drive.

AUS 75/2 (28 overs): Gaikwad throws high and Lanning is on the defensive. FOUR! A short from the spinner and the skipper goes back and cuts him between Gully and Point for four.

AUS 71/2 (27 overs): brilliant by Goswami. Keeping it outside, let the dough guess whether to play or not. The last ball almost missed the edge. Perry is definitely not comfortable.

AUS 71/2 (26 overs): Gaikwad doesn’t get lost, stays straight ahead. Perry steals a lucky single from the inside edge.

AUS 70/2 (25 overs): Goswami is resumed after tea. The veteran is adamant. Shape away and move in. Perry inside edges and gets one behind the stumps.

After just three overs in the second session, India put Australia under pressure with Jhulan Goswami’s double punches that removed both opening games. After Australia conceded a record of 377 runs in India’s first innings, Australia would have wished for a second session without a wicket. However, Goswami struck with a ruthless Inswinger who disrupted Mooney’s woodwork when Australia was 14 points behind.

Lanning then came to Healy for 49 runs before the seasoned sailor took advantage of the latter to give India a second wicket with Australia at 63. With Ellyse Perry joining the skipper in the middle, the third session will be crucial in judging whether the match is on its way to an exciting fourth and final day or a dreary draw. And watch out for the much-invoked twilight zone!

AUS 69/2 (24 overs): FOUR! Lanning goes deep into her crease and cuts past the back point to demarcate a loose ball from Gaikwad. Dropped! Taniya Bhatia drops a hard drop just before tea. Lanning gets the lower edge and Taniya is stabbed in the thigh. Tee time!

AUS 65/2 (23 overs): Goswami is back on the attack. Back in length and Goswami puts Healy on his helmet. THE END! Healy hangs her bat outside to stay ahead when Taniya Bhatia completes the layoff. Alyssa Healy c Taniya Bhatia b Jhulan Goswami 29 (66b 3×4 0x6). Perry immediately moves the needle with a single.

AUS 63/1 (22 overs): Lanning responds with an authoritative four-way point after Vastrakar places a fiery bouncer on the helmet grill.

AUS 59/1 (21 overs): Lanning takes a single by flicking it off her pads. A pair for Healy with additional coverage.

AUS 56/1 (20 overs): Vastrakar insists with a benign width outside the stump line. One of them.

AUS 54/1 (18 overs): Vastrakar bowls a virgin and holds the bat still with a probing line outside the stump.

AUS 54/1 (17 overs): Gaikwad leaves it short so Lanning can take four downs deep in the middle of the wicket.

AUS 50/1 (16 overs): please! Lanning cuts hard outside, only getting the edge for Deepti Sharma to drop it when it slips. And close again when the leading edge sinks into no man’s land.

AUS 48/1 (15 overs): Gaikwad is spot on with a tight mid-stump line. Lanning lives dangerously while you whiz past the outer edge. Virgin of the Spinner.

AUS 48/1 (14 overs): Healy and Lanning constantly beat ones and twos in the offside field. Four from the front.

AUS 44/1 (13 overs): Rajeshwari Gaikwad is brought in to test the Australian with spin. And Healy responds with a four up. Too short by Gaikwad and Healy has no qualms about hitting it down to the square leg limit. Gaikwad adjusts its length and just allows it to go. Five from the first over of the spin.

AUS 39/1 (12 overs): Vastrakar replaces Meghna. Aussies seem to be settling in. Five from behind.

AUS 34/1 (11 overs): Lanning pulls it away for four while Goswami goes back. Five from the front.

AUS 29/1 (10 overs): Nine runs from two overs, as Healy and Lanning each get a limit.

AUS 20/1 (8 overs): FOUR! Healy goes through the roof one more time to get another border.

The art that artist Jhulan Goswami amuses with this pink ball. She removed Beth Mooney early to give India a comfortable start on the ball in this #PinkBallTest. #AUSvIND LIVE

AUS 16/1 (7 overs): Goswami missed Mooney. BENT! Slightly fuller on the stump and shaping up to her and Mooney misses the attempt to tuck it under the leg. Beth Mooney b Jhulan Goswami 4 (16b 0x4 0x6). Skipper Meg Lanning comes in to calm the Australian ship down. Lanning comes off with an edge behind slip that brings her a few. Vastrakar dives in time to touch the rope.

AUS 14/0 (6 overs): Meghna uses the short ball. A targeted bouncer hovers over Healy’s helmet when she misses the train. Meghna exaggerates this time and it goes way over the batsman’s head. Sharp by Mandhana’s short leg as she plucks and throws the stumps almost to create a run. Single with Mooney to end the over.

AUS 9/0 (4 overs): Meghna keeps it close to the off-stump line. Just one of them.

AUS 8/0 (3 overs): Goswami pushes the ball into Healy. A half-hearted LBW appeal that was turned down would only have cut off the top of the stump. Maiden of Goswami, as she consistently targets the canal area. Healy resists temptation.

AUS 8/0 (2 overs): Meghna Singh with the new ball from the other end. Mooney is next to it with single to mid-off. Meghna takes some movement off the seat as the ball moves away from Healy. Healy drove three more runs through cover when Mandhana prevents four from running all the way.

OUT 4/0 (1 over): Goswami to Healy to get the Australian innings going. Two briefs in place. Goswami is keeping it outside a bit and Healy is happy to go. FOUR! Australia misses the mark when Healy pulls through cover with a half volley. Australia’s opening players are finally taking the field. Healy especially itched to get started. She is accompanied by Beth Mooney.

FUN STAT: This is India’s highest test result on women’s tests. The previous best value was in Ahmedabad in 1984 at 343.

IND 377/8 (145 overs): Meghna with a single next to it. FOUR! Perry puts it short, Goswami takes the ball out of sight and swings to get a four off the edge. Again briefly and Goswami is dragging it away for you. Meghna makes room and fights her way through the wicket for a single.

IND 370/8 (144 overs): Looks like Sharma has been asked to pick up the pace. Two borders in two balls. She hits one center before she gets a lucky top edge that goes over the goalkeeper to the limit. And get out! Debutante Campbell takes revenge. Deepti tries to pull it through the square leg, but the ball stays low and hits her hind leg. Deepti Sharma lbw b Stella Campbell 66 (167b 8×4 0x6) Nine from over and one wicket.

IND 361/7 (143 overs): Goswami faces Perry. She comes with a thick outer edge past the panties that bring you two.

After two consecutive days of rain that washed out much of the game, India started day three at 276/5 after losing a barrage of fast wickets towards the end of the game on day two.

Wicketkeepers Taniya Bhatia and Deepti Sharma kept watch at the start of the day, adding 43 runs in 24.3 overs, a pace that was not ideal given the time remaining in the game. Bhatia then fell to Campbell for 22, making way for Vastrakar to join Sharma.

The duo entered a 40-run partnership in 17.1 overs when Sharma raised her fifty. Vastrakar then hit Mooney when Perry slipped on the final ball before dinner break. Perry has completed 300 international wickets with this layoff.

India may soon consider making a statement with a large sum on the board and limited time in the game. Chances are we could see Indian bowlers rolling their wrists when the second session begins.

IND 359/7 (142.3): dinner break. Last over before dinner starts. THE END! Mooney takes another blinders. Perry bowls it up outside. Vastrakar pulls through cover, gets the edge, and Mooney shows up to complete the release. Pooja Vastrakar c Beth Mooney b Ellyse Perry 13 (48b 2×4 0x6). Perry completes 300 international wickets. And with this wicket the lunch break is declared.

IND 358/7 (142 overs): Vastrakar and Sharma each get a single, as two come from the Gardner Over.

IND 356/6 (141 overs): Just a single from Perry Over while Vastrakar shoved you into extra cover for a single.

IND 355/6 (140 overs): Gardner replaces Wareham to throw their 29th over. And she drops one of her own bowling. Vastrakar drags you outside to the bowler, but Gardner doesn’t hold him. Vastrakar breaks off with a single. Sharma sinks to his knees and sweeps deep into the middle of the wicket.

IND 350/6 (139 overs): Sharma punctures a full drop-off from Campbell after the point for a couple.

IND 348/6 (138 overs): Glorious Four by Vastrakar. Smashed one for four when Wareham delivers a half volley. Sharma is sweeping to get one, reaching half a century!

66 runs and 1 wicket so far this session. IND 342/6 (137 overs): Maiden over by Campbell.

IND 342/6 (136 overs): Wareham carries on and she keeps throwing it to the batteries. Sharma sweeps the first delivery for a border and follows it up with a single additional cover. The over ends with a hiccup for Vastrakar. She is hit by a short ball trying to pull, but it is tried by the goalkeeper and Lanning to provide protection as well. Uff. Five runs from the over.

IND 337/6 (135 overs): Campbell continues from the other end. She reached good speeds today. Deepti is struggling with their short deliveries. Looks like Australia will have to take some wickets if they want to shoot a bat faster. Sharma negotiates a back length to short leg for a single, causing Campbell to come for the wicket now. Vastrakar creates a single between mid-on and mid-off, while Sharma pulls her square again for just one single. It ends with a BEAUTY of a ball! It has changed the line there, it becomes short, and it rises from under Vastrakar’s nose. Nice. Three runs over the over. IND 334/6 (134 overs): Maiden at the start for Wareham. She throws the supplies to Vastrakar. Georgia Wareham is coming into the game for the first time today and with her comes a fielder in briefs and short legs. IND 334/6 (133 overs): Maiden von CampbellJhulan has her pads on. Looks like India wants to hit hard after all. IND 334/6 (132 overs): Deepti Sharma now seems to have an agenda. She is positive about Molineux, pushing for two runs from the first ball and driving the second ball into cover for four. A total of seven runs come from the over. IND 327/6 (131 overs): Campbell returns to take just one run. IND 326/6 (130 overs): Molineux comes in. The field moves. Any intention of Lanning to get something working here? Border for India is what comes out of it. Molineux is sending a fat shipment to Vastrakar. She hits it past the bowler with her front foot for four. Five expires from it. IND 321/6 (129 overs): You run out of the over, but not before a passionate appeal from Healy for a catch from an edge by Vastrakar. Campbell sends a short and he just walks over Vastrakar, who crouches to avoid the bouncer. Looks like a crack can be heard, but repetitions clearly show Vastrakar.IND 320/6 (128 overs): Molineux returns. Very economical and tight. One ran over that.

IND 319/6 (127 overs): MAIDEN TEST WICKET FOR STELLA CAMPBELL. Sends it down towards the stump. Taniya is pulled out to bandage, but she is bent over to the goalkeeper. Healy doesn’t miss this one. But now to the important part – the Australian hair ruffle. Healy comes forward to do the honors there too and Campbell’s ponytail needs a makeover. WICKET Taniya Bhatia c Healy b Campbell 22 (75b 3×4 0x6) Vastrakar joins Deepti in the middle. IND 318/5 (126 overs): Molineux continues. Sharma sweeps for a single, but otherwise calm. The Australians have to force a wicket. Molineux has created so many opportunities, as Ananya Upendran emphasizes here.

How many opportunities did Sophie Molineux create? She was so unlucky that she no longer got wickets. #AUSvIND #PinkBallTest

« To be fair, we vaulted pretty well, but they don’t really look like they have any intent (to move the game forward) … interesting times! » – Alyssa Healy on the current status of the game #AUSvIND – 7Cricket (@ 7Cricket) October 2, 2021
IND 316/5 (124 overs): Molineux to Sharma and she gets an edge from the first ball. Lanning reacts late and can’t get in enough time to make anything of it. She’s upset there, and rightly so. One run of it over. Lisa Stalekar believes India should explain when it would be most uncomfortable for the Aussies, which is now looking around before the meal break. Clever strategy that. What will the Indians do? Taniya Bhatia gets some attention from the physios. Tape for her fingers. IND 315/5 (123 overs): Sutherland returns and gets an advantage! But it’s far from Lanning on slip. It was in her hand, but it was too much for the Australian captain. Three runs come out of the over. India is firmly in control here. Time for drinks. IND 312/5 (122 overs): After a run by Sutherland in the 121st over, Molineux returns with a virgin. Message to Meg: Bowl Wareham and Campbell! Wareham especially. Yes, they are losing runs, but what does this team have to lose considering how things are already going? IND 311/5 (120 overs): Maiden for MolineuxFun stats: This is now the highest total any visiting team has made if she beats the 1st women test in Australia, England’s 290 at the WACA 1984.IND 311/5 (119 overs): Sutherland returns and the desperation is evident on the faces of the Australians. Now third day of bowling. You are obviously fed up with it, but no breakthroughs in sight. After two back-to-back Virgos, Sutherland gives a run.

« To be fair, we vaulted pretty well, but they don’t really look like they have any intent (to move the game forward) … interesting times!  » – Alyssa Healy on the current status of the game #AUSvIND

IND 310/5 (118 overs): Molineux continues and can do without a run. IND 310/5 (117 overs): Sutherland continues. Virgin for her.

IND 310/5 (116 overs): Two runs of this MolineuxGardner over was seen holding her shoulder. Let’s take a quick look at the bowlers’ workload. My! Perry and Gardner need a break.

Second bowling change. Molineux in the attack. IND 308/5 (115 overs): Virgin for Sutherland. Is there anyone else here who wanted to see Wareham? Feels a little like it’s underutilized. But Meg Lanning is spoiled for choice, so well! Sutherland is on the attack now. It was impressive yesterday. Can she whip something up here and maybe even get a wicket? IND 308/5 (114 overs): Good run here from Bhatia and Sharma. Six runs out of over, ft a no ball from Perry. It has lost its line a bit and is a bit all over the place. Shame. Rachel Haynes missed that test, but there is good news from the home front for the Australian mainstay. Congratulations, RH and Leah.

As the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining. Although we were disappointed to have missed the test, fate worked yesterday and we welcomed Hugo Poulton-Haynes into the world. Mom and baby are fine and we can’t help but think that our world has got a little brighter. – Rachael Haynes (@RachaelHaynes) October 2, 2021
IND 302/5 (113 Overs): Oh Gardner again grants a limit and this time the India 300 brings it! Deepti Sharma does it this time and sweeps right through the middle. She loves to sweep. Nice way to bring out the big 3-0-0. Five runs in total from this over. IND 297/5 (112 overs): A run by a calm Perry after that luscious Gardner Over. IND 296/5 (111 overs): Loose ball from Gardner. That is punished and it is. Bhatia with some good footwork cuts this square and it will beat two fielders if it runs four runs. Bhatia books the over with a different border – on the rear foot and down to the third – nice shot. Expensive over for Gardner. Scenarios for the series now: If Australia wins this test, they will take an unassailable lead in the series. If India wins or it is a tie, India must win all T20 to claim the series. IND 288/5 (110 overs): Two runs from this Perry Over. The score creeps along. Healy: Not sure what the game plan is, it’s still going pretty slow. IND 286/5 (109 overs): Gardner gets a good jump here. This creates a top edge for Deepti Sharma’s bat when trying to pump some aggression here. Lands safely for her and unfortunately for Australia. IND 284/5 (108 overs): One run from this Perry Over for India. Almost 30 minutes later, the Indian thugs can still find a foothold here. What is an Ideal Score India Should Give? IND 284/5 (107 overs): Bhatia gets a rare border from Gardner. A shorter delivery of the spinner and Indian batter won’t miss a chance of placing this well. The balls hit Molineux on the way to the ropes. However, the sight that matters is Jhulan Goswami without pads. Don’t think that she wants to hit today. Does that mean an explanation is coming? IND 280/5 (106 overs): Maiden over by Perry. More than what’s on the field, it’s all about mental arithmetic at the moment. However, Perry had a chance to pack Taniya Bhatia on his final delivery after a low cross went past the goalkeeper. But the ball fell just past Healy. IND 280/5 (105 overs): Sharma gets a single from Gardner and that is the only run from this over. I wonder what India’s game plan is now. Do you want to get a grand total of 300 and then include Australia a little before the end of the first session? It will all depend on how many wickets Australia can accommodate in that first hour here. IND 279/5 (104 overs): Perry comes to the attack and we have a few Yorkers from the Australian all-rounder here. No damage done but two runs have been added to the scoreboard here by India. IND 277/5 (103 overs): Spin now early in the attack. Refreshing strategy change from Lanning. She gets away with a girl. IND 277/5 (102 overs): McGrath completes her over – just the one run from the last ball and the overall over. 9:25 am IST: Is India an explanation in mind? If Smriti Mandhana’s thoughts are to go by after the game, then no. Mandhana said the batters will try to get off to a good start and then make a call depending on how things go. How this session goes for India remains to be seen. Stay tuned for live action in minutes.

As the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining. Although we were disappointed to have missed the test, fate worked yesterday and we welcomed Hugo Poulton-Haynes into the world. Mom and baby are fine and we can’t help but think that our world has got a little brighter.

GAME START: 9.30 AM IS ANALYSIS: From a well-deserved first century for Smriti Mandhana to a contentious dismissal that saw Punam Raut go back to the pavilion, here are the topics of conversation for Day Two of Pink Ball tests between Australia and India in Carrara. Continue reading:
AUS versus IND Day 2 Analysis: Mandhana’s record breaking century, focus on Raut’s controversial path

Punam Raut and Smriti Mandhana were the highlights of the second day of the Pink Ball Test between India and Australia on the Gold Coast on Friday. – Getty Images
Jason Gillespie commented on the Punam Raut Spirit of the Game discussion: The “Spirit of Cricket” and what defines it differs from country to country and in some cases between states / counties / provinces / islands. The rules of the game apply. Stick to them and the gray areas in our game will be removed. Weather forecast for day 3: It is now 25 ° on the Gold Coast and the sun is expected to remain constant. We are clear about the likelihood of rain. Let’s see how the day develops. Enthusiastic about the prospect of a whole game day.

Review of day 02:

Punam Raut and Smriti Mandhana were the highlights of the second day of the Pink Ball Test between India and Australia on the Gold Coast on Friday. – Getty Images

Here’s a detailed analysis of Day 1 and what went right and wrong for both sides:

The Mandhana storm, rain delay and a frustrating day for Aussies

THE SERIES SO far: Australia goes into this test with a 2-1 lead in the three ODIs played in Mackay. In the third ODI, India finished Meg Lanning’s undefeated streak in format. 26 victories in a row in this format are no joke and it took a special performance by the Indians to stop this record run. Read more here:
India beat Australia for two wickets to finish their 26-game ODI unbeaten streak

Australia XI: Healy (wk), Mooney, Lanning (c), Perry, McGrath, Gardner, Sutherland, Molineux, Wareham, Brown, Campbell India XI: Mandhana, Verma, Raut, Raj (c), Y.Bhatia , Sharma, T Bhatia (wk), Vastrakar, Goswami, Singh, Gayakwad

There are some injury updates before this test. Harmanpreet Kaur will not play this game due to a thumb injury. For Australia, Rachel Haynes will not only suspend this test, but the rest of the series due to a thigh injury sustained during the ODI leg of the series.

WEATHER FORECAST: There will be a storm warning and one for the first two days of testing Rain forecast. We hope that we can get a decent break in the field today.

You can follow the unique Pink Ball Test between India and Australia on the Sony Sports Network. The game will also be streamed live on the Sony Liv app.harm


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