6. Shaun Marsh
Without David Warner and Steve Smith, Shaun Marsh needs to stand up in a weak Australian batting line up. He made his test debut for Australia in 2011 against Sri Lanka. He has played 34 test matches (61 innings) and scored 2082 runs with best score of 182.
In 2018, Shaun Marsh has scored 317 runs from 7 matches ( 13 innings) with 1 century only.
The left-handed batsman struggled in 2 test matches against Pakistan that was played in UAE. Shaun Marsh did a decent job against India during 2014 test series scoring 254 runs from 3 matches (6 innings) with 2 half-centuries to his name.
Shaun Marsh should look to bat well and help Australia post a decent total against strong Indian bowling line up who has been in sensational form during 2018.