As we all know Australia won the toss and opted to bat first and before the tea break was announced Australia is 153/4 by playing 63 overs.


Opening start was a very good one by the pair Warner and Matt but Warner was not able to make it large in the overseas conditions as the bowlers always seemed to have upper hand after the partnership was broken, Matt is still standing tall at 38(100) balls.


It is very clear as of the scores that the decision taken by Steve Smith to bat first is not seeming to be fruitful at all though he can’t get back the decision but he can rely upon it to make the middle and lower order even stronger.


Now it has become a tough ask for the Aussies to stand tall on the pitch as because they have their upper order batsmen back on the benches, they should to last for as many time as possible and to cover up the score and time as well.


Australia indeed is one of the toughest side to play with but is seems that the Indian bowling attack is much more prepared to give the visitors a taste of trouble to score under this conditions, let’s hope and pray to see some good cricket in the match and the series as well



Virat Kohli will be a very happy man as of how his bowlers have bowled to the Aussies not allowing to free their arms or to settle down so that can move their bat with confidence, the bowlers have done a tremendous job and their part is still yet to be done by take more 6 wickets to finish off this innings and for Australia they should try and score more and more runs which is only possible if they get 2-3 healthy partnerships