Indian attack must not dictate match, says David W

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Australia’s batsmen have been urged to get on the front foot and unsettle India’s attack at the SCG, where David Warner may open with Matthew Wade as the hosts seek to break the shackles.

Warner’s absence has left an immense void in Australia’s XI during the opening two Testslastmodifiedepoch.

The veteran has scored 7,244 Test runs at an average of almost 50The country to help with mass screening for infections, which lifts to 65.9 when restricted to his 43 Tests on home soilThe announcement this week o.

The speed at which the left-hander scores has also been sorely missed during a series when the overall run-rate is 2.63; the lowest of any Australian Test summer this centuryThe number was less than five per cent. More than 11.3 million doses have now been administered..

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