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Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne are the batsmen at the crease for Australia, following the dismissals of Matthew Wade, Steve Smith and Joe Burns. Jasprit Bumrah has accounted for two wickets with Ravichandran Ashwin completing one dismissal. India were bowled out for 244 on Day 2 of the opening Test in Adelaide, losing four wickets in 23 minutes with just 11 runs added to the overnight total. Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins accounted for four and three wickets respectively. Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon registered one dismissal apiece. The visitors had ended the opening day with a score of 233 for six, following a collapse triggered by the dismissal of Virat Kohli. The Indian skipper was dismissed for 74 runs off 180 deliveries in an innings comprising of eight boundaries, after a big mix-up with Ajinkya Rahane. (LIVE SCORECARD)
1st Test, Day 2 Live Score Updates Between Australia (AUS) vs India (IND), Straight From Adelaide Oval
Two runs to Travis Head
Travis Head drives a flatter delivery from Ravichandran Ashwin square of the wicket on the off-side, completing two runs.
Sixth boundary of the innings for Marnus Labuschagne, who stands tall and pulls a short delivery from Umesh Yadav astutely.
50-up for Australia
Australia have crossed the 50-run mark following a single as Marnus Labuschagne cuts despite having limited room.
Travis Head off the mark
Travis Head gets off the mark with an edge to short third man.
WICKET! Steve Smith c Ajinkya Rahane b Ravichandran Ashwin 1 (29)
Steve Smith departs for 1 run off 29 deliveries, as Ravichandran Ashwin deceives the batsman with a fine delivery, resulting in an edge to Ajinkya Rahane at slip. Travis Head is the new batsman in.
Marnus Labuschagne completes a couple of runs
Ravichandran Ashwin bowls a delivery down the leg-side which Marnus Labuschagne flicked away to backward square leg for a couple of runs.
Ravichandran Ashwin into the attack
Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has been introduced into the attack. It will be quite interesting to see whether Ashwin can induce an edge.
Single to Marnus Labuschagne
Marnus Labuschagne plays a late glance off Mohammed Shami, playing along the ground through backward square leg.
Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah bowl consecutive maidens
Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah have bowled consecutive maiden overs, putting even more pressure on Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith, who have looked uncomfortable.
Smith edges the ball which falls short
Steve Smith edges the ball following a good length delivery bowled outside off stump by Jasprit Bumrah. However, the thick edge does not carry to the second slip fielder, handing Smith an opportunity.
Marnus Labuschagne dropped by Prithvi Shaw
Marnus Labuschagne mistimes a bouncer from Jasprit Bumrah, handing a sitter to Prithvi Shaw. However, Shaw failed to complete a simple catch, handing Labuschagne a second opportunity.
Mohammed Shami continues to impress
Shami is keeping things tight, bowling a maiden over with limited room given to Steve Smith. Smith is struggling to get going, which is a good sign for Team India fans.
Marnus Labuschagne continues to get the boundaries, although the strokes have carried a certain degree of risk. Labuschagne poked at a length delivery by Jasprit Bumrah without any proper foot movement, with the edge going past second slip.
Mohammed Shami starts off strongly
Mohammed Shami was handed the ball, as play resumed following the Dinner break. Shami has certainly justified the decision conceding just 1 run, providing India a strong start.
Jasprit Bumrah drops Marnus Labuschagne
Jasprit Bumrah drops Marnus Labuschagne, with the opportunity an extremely easy one. Bumrah jumped without being required to, which may have been influenced by the proximity of the fence. However, this resulted in the ball popping out and going on to hit the boundary ropes.
Bumrah drops Labuschagne on 12 pic.twitter.com/j9qttiZaIj
— ICC (@ICC) December 18, 2020
WICKET! Joe Burns lbw Jasprit Bumrah 8 (41)
Australia have lost both their openers following a yorker angled in from wide of the crease by Jasprit Bumrah, which Joe Burns missed and was hit on the boot. Burns tried to go for a DRS review, which eventually came down to the umpire’s call that was in favour of India. Steve Smith is the new man in.
Consecutive boundaries for Marnus Labuschagne who directs a short delivery from Mohammed Shami, finely on to the fence.
Marnus Labuschagne gets his second boundary of the innings, following a poke through the slip cordon. Mayank Agarwal put in a fine dive nearly saving a run for India, before his leg was shown touching the ropes.
Marnus Labuschagne gets of the mark with a boundary, which could have easily resulted in his dismissal. Wriddhiman Saha attempted to dive to his right, but the ball went under his gloves following a thick edge.
WICKET! Matthew Wade lbw Jasprit Bumrah 8 (51)
India finally get a breakthrough as Matthew Wade is adjudged lbw following a fine inswinger by Jasprit Bumrah. Wade tried to go for a DRS review, which said the umpire’s decision would be the final call. Marnus Labuschagne is the new man in.
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 18, 2020
Joe Burns, Matthew Wade complete a couple
Joe Burns pushes a length delivery by Mohammed Shami, past the fielder at point for a couple.
The Indian pacers have been quite aggressive
Indian pacers Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav have adopted an attacking approach, against the hosts with some fiery bouncers and short deliveries aimed at intimidating the openers.
Fine fielding by Umesh Yadav
Matthew Wade chops the ball behind square, with Umesh Yadav at gully ensuring only a single following a fine dive.
Single to Matthew Wade
Matthew Wade directs the ball on to the on-side for a single, following a short of length delivery bowled at the body by Umesh Yadav.
Joe Burns completes a brace
Joe Burns clips the ball away past square leg for a couple, following an inswinger length delivery by Mohammed Shami.
Mohammed Shami into the attack
Fast-bowler Mohammed Shami has been introduced into the attack, as India look for an early wicket.
Quick single by Australian openers
Wade and Burns complete a quick single, after the latter pushed the ball meekly into the off-side, providing an opportunity for a run.
India’s appeal for caught behind turned down
Team India have opted not to review, having initially appealed a caught behind call. Jasprit Bumrah bowled a short ball to Joe Burns which rose sharply, with the visitors claiming a catch on the basis that the ball brushed Burns’ shirt en route the keeper.
Joe Burns gets off the mark
Joe Burns is off the mark after working the ball off the pads to long leg, with Burns and Matthew Wade completing a brace.
Another single to Matthew Wade who plays a length delivery with soft hands, keeping his head down.
Matthew Wade and Joe Burns complete a single, after the former clipped the ball behind square on the leg-side.
Matthew Wade scores the first boundary of the Australian innings, getting the hosts off the mark. Umesh Yadav bowled a touch short outside off, with Wade punching the delivery through covers.
Not a single run scored from the opening four overs
The hosts are yet to score a single run, from the opening four overs of the Australian innings. Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah have kept things tight. Australia 0/0 (4 overs)
Jasprit Bumrah maintains the pressure at the other end
Australia are yet to score a single run, on the back of a promising start by Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah who have not conceded a single run in their opening overs of the innings.
Maiden to start off proceedings!
Umesh Yadav has started off on a confident note, bowling a maiden in the opening over. Jasprit Bumrah will share the new ball.
Australian openers Joe Burns and Matthew Wade have walked out to the middle
Openers Joe Burns and Matthew Wade have walked down to the middle, after the hosts bowled out India for 244. Umesh Yadav will bowl the opening over for Team India.
India lose 4 wickets in 23 minutes to be bowled out for 244
Team India have been bowled out for 244, having lost four wickets in 23 minutes with just 11 runs added to the overnight total.
India have been bowled out for 244 in in 93.1 overs. Second innings about to start. #AUSvIND
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 18, 2020
WICKET! Mohammed Shami c Travis Head b Pat Cummins 0 (1)
India have been bowled out for 244, as Mohammed Shami is dismissed for a duck following an excellent bouncer by Pat Cummins. Shami attempted to fend off the delivery in an uncomfortable manner, resulting in a thick leading edge to Travis Head at short leg.
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