India retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a 137-run victory over Australia at the MCG last week, but there’s still one Test remaining to decide the series. The hosts were outplayed in every department yet found a hero in Patrick Cummins. He put up stiff resistance to take the game into the final day. He was also one of the best players of the match. The action now moves to Sydney, where the last Test of this series will be played between 3 and 7 January. India are certain to make a change in their playing XI, with Rohit Sharma flying back for family commitments. With the inclusion of Marnus Labuschagne in the squad, Australia look likely to tweak their line-up as well. As India look to create history with their first-ever series win on Australian soil and as Australia try to maintain the status quo, here are a few pertinent questions going into the SCG Test. Will Australia make any changes to their playing XI? This is one of the more testing periods for Australian men’s cricket team. Sandpaper-gate has understandably caused concerns. For the first time since 1991-92 no Australian has scored a Test century in home Test summer… Read full this story
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