New Delhi. The second Test match between Team India and Australia (India Vs Australia) being played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in the capital Delhi has now got stuck in two days or rather it has come to an interesting turn. In the first innings of the match, the Australian team scored 263 runs. In response to this, Team India could only score 262 runs in their first innings and thus the visiting Kangaroo team got a lead of 1 run in the first innings.
At the same time, till the end of the game on the second day i.e. February 18, the Australian team has scored 61 runs in their second innings after losing one wicket. Now the game of the third day will start from this front. Kangaroo team openers Travis Head 39 and Marnus Labushen are currently unbeaten after scoring 16 runs.
If seen in this way, Australia’s 9 wickets are still left in the second innings. In such a situation, he will make an important effort to take a big lead. In such a situation, on the third day of the match, the Indian bowlers will have to perform exceptionally well. Mohammad Shami and Mohammad Siraj, who are commanding the fast bowling, will have to provide initial big successes. While spinners Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Akshar Patel will also have to work their magic. Together, Australia will have to collect at least a score today.
Today, it will be India’s endeavor to get Australia all out before or just after the tie-break. Now if we talk about the first two days, then 70 to 100 runs have been scored in one session. If Australia scores runs at an average of 80 in the first two sessions on the third day, then it will score 160 runs in two sessions. He already has a lead of 62 runs. That is, even after playing 2 sessions, he can give India a target of more than 220 runs, which can now prove to be very difficult to achieve. In such a situation, it will be India’s desire and effort to all out Australia in less than 200 runs in the second innings, so that the target remains like this, which has been achieved many times in Delhi.