On the second day of the indoor Test, Australia extended their innings from the previous day’s score of 156/4. Early on, Peter Handcombe and Cameron Green started steadily. Both added 30 runs in the first session. R Ashwin Handcomb (19) was then caught out by Shreyas Iyer. Cameron Greene (21) was also out for just two runs after this. Umesh Yadav sent Green to the pavilion. There was a rush of wickets as soon as both the batsmen of this set made their way to the pavilion.
The tail batsmen could not stay on the pitch at all
Mitchell Starc (1), Alex Carey (3), Todd Murphy (0) and Nathan Lyon (5) also reached the pavilion early. As a result, Australia’s total innings collapsed to just 197 runs. But based on the first innings, Australia was leading by 88 runs. It is noteworthy that the Indian team was bowled out for just 109 runs in the second session of the first day of the Indoor Test.
In Australia’s second innings, Ravindra Jadeja took a total of 4 wickets on the first day. Another day, R Ashwin and Umesh Yadav took 3 wickets each. Among the Indian bowlers, Akshar Patel and Mohammad Siraj could not achieve any success.