I really enjoy the city, I don't know what the connection is, but I just feel really good here.
The Adelaide Oval had hosted the first-ever day-night Test match which was played between Australia and New Zealand in November 2015. The Mumbai-born batsman hoped to replicate that same form this time around as well.
"When it comes to Indian cricket we will play a brand of cricket we have been playing". They have had a great preparation and are ready to go. So it was decided that each batsman was responsible for a bowler, so I realised that the only way I can score runs was by rotating the strikes.
India declared and set Australia 348 to win, and they were bundled out for just 168 on the final day with Tendulkar, not surprisingly, named man-of-the-match.
Human headline Kohli is dominating Indian angles in the build-up to the Test series against Australia starting Thursday.
Paine has drawn criticism for pledging Australia will be better behaved but has steadfastly argued that winning and good sportsmanship are not mutually exclusive.
It should be noted that India are one of only two Full Member nations - the other being Bangladesh - to have not played a day-night Test at worldwide level.
"I think it's pretty even". If you see his recent bowling, he has made a lot of changes - I can't describe what it is in [a] press conference. "We as a team felt that we were let down by umpires, there were a lot of atrocious decision given against us, and we lost that match, so it was important for us to win at Perth".
Ponting also provided a game plan for how he would look to counter Kohli, encouraging the Australians to play on his ego by cutting off the boundaries and making run-scoring as hard as possible with tight lines.
"I was very selfish because no. 6 was not a position suited to my batting". "They got through the Ashes a year ago I thought and bowled a hell of a lot of overs".
In his 10 tests Down Under, the gangly quick has managed only 20 wickets with an embarrassing 62-plus average - worst by a full-time bowler who has sent down a minimum of 2000 balls in Australia.
"I am not saying that we didn't have a good bowling attack in the past".
"Shaun Marsh keeps peeling them off in every format and every game he plays. He loves to run the ball down to 3rd guy so much as smartly, so possibly simply mess around with some guys in numerous spaces which may simply get inside of his head as to what we are seeking to do", he stated. "So we'll be looking to replicate that and test it against one of the best batting orders in the world".