Former Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin reckons the opening day/night Test was India’s best shot at winning in the ongoing series as it will be very difficult for the visitors to script a turnaround after demoralizing eight-wicket loss in Adelaide.
India were bundled out for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in their second innings as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
“I don’t think they will (recover from the loss),” Haddin told SEN Radio.
The 43-year-old, who featured in 66 Tests for Australia, feels the conditions at the Adelaide Oval were conducive to the Indian bowling attack.
“I thought their only opportunity to win a Test match was the first Test at Adelaide.
“I thought the conditions suited their bowling and I thought they’d get enough runs. But I don’t think they’ll be able to turn it around.
“You’ve got one Test up at Brisbane where no one beats Australia. These next two wickets will be suited to Indian cricket, but I don’t think they’ll be able to turn it around,” H