Australia are 46 for one in 10 overs in the seventh One-Day International (ODI) against India at Bangalore. Brad Haddin is batting on 25 and Phil Hughes is on 16.
On a great batting deck, Australia had lost Aaron FInch in the second over. Haddin found it tough to get going, but then smashed Bhuvneshwar Kumar for two fours to blood in some confidence. He may have come on place of Shane Watson, who picked up a niggle while bowling
The task is getting tougher for Australia as they have gone along at a run-rate of . Chasing a huge target of 384, they have to ensure that they don’t fall behind the rate.
R Vinay Kumar was summoned to bowl the tenth over and Haddin smashed the second ball through the covers for four. He then flicked one through fine-leg to pick four more.