The second unofficial Test between Australia A and India A was drawn after only 50 overs were possible on the final day due to rain. The hosts did not lose a wicket in their second innings, with openers Phillip Hughes and Alex Doolan adding 202. Hughes made 100 while Doolan scored 91.

its started to rain, covers are on the field.

50.2
0
Bumrah to Doolan, no run, defended to mid off
50.1
0
Bumrah to Doolan, no run, driven to mid off

END OF OVER:
50 | 5 Runs | Aus A: 202/0

  • PJ Hughes100 (141b)
  • AJ Doolan91 (165b)
  • B Aparajith11-1-39-0
  • JJ Bumrah13-3-44-0
49.6
0
Aparajith to Hughes, no run, left alone outside the off stump
49.5
1
Aparajith to Doolan, 1 run, comes down the track played safely in the air to long off
49.4
0
Aparajith to Doolan, no run,
49.3
0
Aparajith to Doolan, no run, turned to mid wicket
49.2
4
Aparajith to Doolan, FOUR, lofted over mid off and Australia A reaches 200 runs
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