<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/E8hCGoqQslM?list=PLEpeKf7U6gmYQFQd7XZ9sUfsvLP6LkSaJ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/><a href="/tags/Australia-A/post" target="_blank">Australia A</a> wicketkeeper <a href="/tags/Tim-Paine/post" target="_blank">Tim Paine</a> believes his side can make a come back after being dominated by the <a href="/tags/England/post" target="_blank">England</a> openers <a href="/tags/Alastair-Cook/post" target="_blank">Alastair Cook</a> and <a href="/tags/Michael-Carberry/post" target="_blank">Michael Carberry</a> who scored a ton each as England finished the day on 318 for no loss.<br /> <br /> Cook won the toss and elected to bat first. Ashes hopeful Carberry, who had scored a quick-fire 78 off 100 balls in the first tour match, played a calmer knock with captain Cook. The duo looked unruffled against the Australia A bowlers. While both did not score quickly, they did gave no opportunities to the opposition.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> The Australian bowlers were made to toil hard and both got to their centuries. The day got better for them as they posted their 150-plus scores. As the day ended at the Bellerive Oval, England were at 318 for no loss.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Cook was batting on 154 off 272 balls with 19 fours. Carberry was on a 288-ball 153 with 22 fours and two sixes.