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RESULT
1st unofficial Test, Brisbane, September 08 - 11, 2016, India A tour of Australia
230 & 156
(T:159) 228 & 161/7

Australia A won by 3 wickets

Player Of The Match
87 & 24
peter-handscomb
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India A collapse to 230 with pink ball

Australia A's bowlers, led by Mitchell Swepson and David Moody, restricted India A to 230 with the pink ball after Manish Pandey's 76-ball 77 on the first day in Brisbane

Australia A 0 for 25 (Burns 12*, Bancroft 10*) trail India A 230 (Pandey 77, Fazal 48, Swepson 4-78) by 205 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Australia A's bowlers, led by Mitchell Swepson and David Moody, restricted India A to 230 with the pink ball after Manish Pandey struck a 76-ball 77 to get his side off to a good start on the first day of the first unofficial Test in Brisbane.
After opting to bat, India A began promisingly when openers Faiz Fazal and Akhil Herwadkar added 65 in a wicketless first session. However, Australia A struck back after the lunch break, removing both of them in quick succession.
Pandey shared a 70-run, fourth-wicket stand with Karun Nair to stabilise India A after they stumbled to 3 for 118 from 0 for 74. Pandey's brisk 77, which included 13 fours and a six, helped India A to 3 for 188 at the tea interval.
Seamer Chadd Sayers had Pandey caught off the first ball after the break to spark India A's collapse. Legspinner Swepson removed Nair and Pandya off consecutive overs as India A fell away dramatically.
Swepson finished with figures of 4 for 78, while David Moody took the last two wickets in three balls to return 3 for 26. India A lost their last seven wickets for 42 runs.
Joe Burns and Cameron Bancroft struck five fours between them in six overs to cut Australia A's deficit to 205 at stumps.

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