India vs Australia: India is 'smelling blood' concedes Australian coach Justin Langer

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Even Australia coach Justin Langer believes India are smelling blood.

Paine said: "Mitch Marsh probably hasn't been as consistent as he would like and we would like". "You sense these moments". The pace battery for India includes M Shami, I Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav have not been picked.

The two cricketers were on their way from a practice season at the Adelaide Oval to the team hotel, which is situated close to the iconic venue which will be hosting the first Test from December 6.

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The first Test starts tomorrow at 10:30am South Australian time.

"They haven't had great success in Australia in the past, as Australia haven't had in India". "Again, the workload on the guys will play (a part) in the absence of the all-rounder. but that's something that's already been discussed and they should look forward, not think of it as a burden or think things are tough".

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"Of course, the last time we were here, we had a very close series".

India suffered a huge blow ahead of the Test with young opener Prithvi Shaw ruled out after suffering ankle ligament damage during their final warm-up game against a Cricket Australia XI. "It is going to be no different for them; they are going to see at times if they can attack Nathan and get on top of him and we're going to have bowl our quicks a bit more than we would like so it is going to be a real chess match in that regard".

The selectors have confirmed that Marcus Harris will make his debut opening the batting which means Usman Khawaja can drop to number three, while Mitch Marsh has been omitted in favour of Peter Handscomb as their batting order continues to change and has a fragile look to it.

"He's scored 500 runs in Shield cricket in eight innings, that's a great way to go into a Test match". However, Rohit is likely to have team management's faith as he is a man in form with a very good record in Australia.

"We'll make the decision on the last batting spot later today".

Shaun Marsh will bat at four with Handscomb at five and Head at six.

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