Healthy competition is always good for the team, and I think we have good competition for every spot. It all depends on who they want to select from team management. I think both of them look in good shape, so it’s going to be a tough decision and a good headache, “Healthy competition is always good for the team and I feel, for every spot, we have good competition. It all depends on team management as to whom they decide to pick. I feel both of them are looking in good form so it will be a tough call and a good headache,”
During the second innings, Pant and Vihari played unbeaten knocks of 103 and 104, respectively, as India put up a total of 386/4 prior to declaring the innings. In the second inning, Saha did not bat, and in the first inning, he was dismissed on a duck. However, he had scored 54 unbeaten runs in the second innings in the previous practice game at the Drummoyne Oval.
In addition to hitting a century, during the second innings of Australia A, Vihari bowled seven overs and took Alex Carey’s wicket (58).
“I think I am bowling decently. Ajinkya asked me to bowl and I was happy to do it. I think I did pretty well and getting a wicket is a bonus.”I think I’m decently bowling. Ajinkya asked me to bowl and I was glad to do it. I think I’ve done pretty well and it’s a bonus to get a wicket.
In the first session, Indian pacers Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj bagged early wickets to put the visitors on top of the final day. However as the match ended in a draw, Ben McDermott and Jack Wildermuth scored their own hundred.