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Sports


Head Half-Century Helps Australia Post 191/7 Vs India

Brief Scores: India first innings: 250/10 against Australia first innings: 191/7 (Travis Head 61 not out, Peter Handscomb 43; Ravichandran Ashwin 3/50)


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Travis Head's fighting 61 off 149 balls helped Australia reach 191/7 at stumps on December 7, the second day of the first test against India, after off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took three top-order wickets and helped the visitors dominate the day's play.

India were all out for 250 runs in the first innings when Mohammad Shami got out on the first ball of the day, reports Efe news.

Ishant Sharma bowled opener Aaron Finch in the very first over of the Australian innings with a beautiful in-swinger, providing a crucial breakthrough before Ashwin started troubling the hosts with his drifters.

Marcus Harris was caught at silly mid-off trying to defend an Ashwin delivery after making 26 off 57 balls, and soon after Shaun Marsh attempted a drive against the spinner and ended up dragging the ball back on to the stumps.

With Australia reduced to 59/3, Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb slowed down the tempo and tried to stabilize the innings before Khawaja nicked an Ashwin delivery to wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.

Down at number six, Head defended well and attacked loose deliveries as wickets continued to fall at the other end, with Handscomb departing for 34 and keeper Tim Paine managing just 5 runs.

India took the new ball in the 81st over and Pat Cummins was adjudged leg before wicket to Jasprit Bumrah immediately, but Head and Mitchell Starc managed to stay on until stumps.

Pacers Sharma and Bumrah took two wickets apiece, while Mohammad Shami looked off-colour after an injury-scare on December 6.

India will look to take early wickets and ensure a first-inning lead on December 8 after Chetweshwar Pujara's century on the first day helped them reach a decent total.

Australia will expect Head to stay put and take them beyond the Indian total.

With the wicket already offering some turn, the hosts will be backing off-spinner Nathan Lyon to trouble the Indian batsmen in the second innings.

The visitors are playing the first test of the four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy, and will also play three one-day games in their nearly 
two-month-long tour of Australia.

Brief Scores: India first innings: 250/10 against Australia first innings: 191/7 (Travis Head 61 not out, Peter Handscomb 43; Ravichandran Ashwin 3/50)

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