Outstanding Indian bowlers .. McDermott, Wilder and centuries

Sydney: The second practice match between Australia-A and India is going well. Aussie midfielder Ben McDermott and Jack Wilder scored centuries as India lost 3 wickets for 29 runs in their 473 – run chase. In his first six overs, senior pacer Mohammad Shami took two wickets. Mohammad Siraj took the wicket in his first over and shocked the Kangaroos. With this the top-3 batsmen joined the pavilion with a small score. Ben McDermott, who came into the crease at this stage, had a fantastic fight. Ben first formed a good partnership with Alexei Carey (58) and later a good partnership with Jack Wilder. Both of them are playing consistently and moving towards the goal.

The Indian bowlers are working hard to separate the pair. Under pressure, Dermat fought hard and improved the innings. The Indian bowlers, who had backed the opponent in the first session, were fully recovered after the dinner break. The batsmen played erratically huge shots and hit the scoreboard. At the end of the fifties, Wilder and T20 were in full swing. The Aussies still need 181 runs to win. He is currently 292 for 4 in 73 overs. Dermat‌ (105), Wilder‌mat‌ (100) were at the crease.