Opener Joe Burns, all-rounders Mitchell Marsh and Marcus Stoinus along with former Test vice-captain Travis Head and wicketkeeper Matthew Wade failed to get a deal
Another debutant and Washington Sundar's Tamil Nadu state-mate, Thangarasu Natarajan also took three wickets as India's young bowlers rose to the occasion
Australia ended the day 274/5, thanks largely to Labuschagne's 108 off 204 balls
Cameron Green (45 off 146) top-scored for Australia in their second innings of the second Border Gavaskar Test against India. In the first innings, Marnus Labuschagne was the top scorer (48 off 132)
The 34-year-old India spinner showcased his class by taking four wickets, including the prized scalp of Steve Smith
After scoring 244 in their first innings, India dominated Australia on Day 2 of the first Test in Adelaide with exceptional bowling
Ravichandran Ashwin produced his best figures in Australia to resurrect India in the first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series. Catch Day 2 highlights here
With David Warner (adductor) and Will Pucovski (concussion) already ruled out, and Smith's absence would have been a major blow.
The much-awaited Test series between the two cricket heavyweights will commence December 17 with the day-night match
Promising all-rounder Cameron Green will make his Test bow for Australia if he passes the concussion protocol.
Siraj at non-strikers end immediately dropped his bat and rushed to check on Green
Earlier, Will Pucovski suffered a concussion after being struck on the helmet by pacer Kartik Tyagi during the first warm-up game
Australia's Test hopeful Cameron Green was forced of the field after a fierce drive from Jasprit Bumrah struck him on the side of the head
Led by Alex Carey, the Australia A side also includes Test squad members Joe Burns and Sean Abbott, besides all-rounder Moises Henriques and pace bowlers Mark Steketee, Harry Conway and Will Sutherland
Australia have a 39-run lead after India A declared their innings at 247 for 9, with skipper Ajinkya Rahane remaining unbeaten on 117
Chasing 303 for victory, the 21-year-old came in at number five and hit a boundary and a six before a superb catch by Ravindra Jadeja ended his debut innings on 21.
The action begins with an ODI on November 27 and the Tests, including a Day-Night encounter, will start from December 17
The legendary player says that the series 'fate lies on selection choices'
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