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AUSvIND: Shane Warne picks his Aussie playing XI for Adelaide Test

The entire cricket fraternity is now curious about the Indian tour of Australia which is all set to begin from Wednesday. Several experts are predicting that the Indian side has the best chance to clinch victories as the depleted Australian side has been facing a lot of troubles in their line-up.

Shane Warne gives his predictions ahead of Border-Gavaskar Test Series

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Meanwhile, Australian legend Shane Warne has revealed his playing XI for the first test at Adelaide on December 6th. Warne wanted the board to hand over the vice-captaincy reigns to Aaron Finch instead of Mitchell Marsh and Hazelwood. Warne also called for the inclusion of Stoinis in the longest format of the game.

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Others included the limited diver”s specialists Shaun Marsh and Head. However, he wanted to continue with the same bowling line-up of New South Wales Blues.

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Shane Warne already predicted that Indian side is smelling “blood” as the number one test team has been phenomenal in recent times. However, their forgettable England tour was one of the biggest disappointments and hopefully, India will be trying to sort those errors out. The Indian side hasn”t won a test match in the kangaroo land since 2008 and it will be interesting if Kohli can lead the side to victory after a decade.

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Shane Warne XI: Finch (VC), Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Travis Head, Marcus Stoinis, Tim Paine (C), Mitchell Marsh, Josh Hazelwood, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Starc

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