Chasing a mammoth target of 407, India reached 334/5 after batting for 131 overs before both the teams decided to shake hands on the final day of the Test match.
India ended the second day at 277 for five for a handy 82-run lead after bowling out Australia for 195 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
Australian commentators were all praise for Siraj’s excellent bowling
'The start of the series is important and we have to do well in Adelaide'
Vihari scored a hundred and also got a wicket with his part-time off-breaks against Australia A in the pink ball warm-up game
The duo slam contrasting hundreds as India dominate on Day Two
The three-day game is a dress rehearsal for the Pink Ball Test
With India and Australia playing the second T20I on the same day, the visiting Test squad has been named India 'A' for the first of the two practice games
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