After Hardik Pandya and MS Dhoni rescued India from 87 for five to 281 for seven in their innings, a collective bowling effort saw them restrict Australia to 137 after the target was revised to 164 off 21 overs due to rain in the first One-Day International in Chennai.
Australia captain Steven Smith believes that the experience of playing a local bowler during their net session will benefit his team's batsmen in combating left-arm-wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav in the upcoming One-Day International series against India.
After Australia flexed their batting muscle to post 347 for seven, Ashton Agar led the bowling attack with a four wicket haul to wrap up the Indian Board Presidents XI for just 244 runs in the 49th over as the visitors completed a 103 run win in the tour game in Chennai.
Nathan Lyon picked a 13-wicket haul in the game as Australia dismissed Bangladesh for 157 runs in the second innings and chased down 86 runs to win the second and final Test in Chittagong, thereby levelling the series 1-1.
David Warner slammed his second consecutive century while Peter Handscomb scored a valiant 82 run knock as Australia amassed 377 for nine at stumps to take their lead to 72 runs on day three of the second Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong.
After a seven-wicket haul from Nathan Lyon restricted Bangladesh to 305, David Warner and Peter Handscomb scored an unbeaten 88 and 69 respectively to take Australia to 225 for two at stumps on day two of the second Test in Chittagong.
Nathan Lyon continued his wicket taking spree as he claimed another five wicket haul but it was Bangladesh, who managed to bounce back through fifties from Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman as they ended day one with a score of 253 for six in the second Test in Chittagong.
David Warner slammed an unbeaten 75 off just 96 deliveries as Australia reached 109 for two at stumps on day three chasing a target of 265 runs in the final innings of the first Test against Bangladesh in Mirpur.