At the end of Day 1, Australia are sitting happy in driver’s seat at 40/0 after bowling out India for a paltry 189 runs. N Lyon wrecked Indian innings with a superlative effort fetching him 8 wickets.
The wicket is turning contrary to curators prediction that it will turn from day three and batsmen will score. Indian batting failed. They were very defensive and never attempted to be aggressive.
On Day 2, first hour of play will be crucial.If Indian spinners can pick up three wicket, then Australia will be on the mat and bundle out for about 200- 225 runs. However, If they survive one hour with just about loss of one wicket the they will go on to score 300 runs with good contribution from their top six batsmen (all in form)
India, can not score more than 150 runs on this wicket which will decay further each day. Australia will wind up the test by end of Day 4.