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Home / Cricket / Australia vs Pakistan: David Warner plays rock-paper-scissors with Joe Burns in Adelaide - Watch

Australia vs Pakistan: David Warner plays rock-paper-scissors with Joe Burns in Adelaide - Watch

Aus vs Pak: Australia have won all five of the pink-ball matches they have played and they will be confident of picking up a victory in this clash and seal the series against out-of sorts Pakistan.

cricket Updated: Nov 30, 2019 08:51 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
David Warner plays rock-paper-scissors with Joe Burns
David Warner plays rock-paper-scissors with Joe Burns(Cricket.com.au/ Twitter)

Australia opener David Warner was pictured playing rock-paper-scissors with teammate Joe Burns in dressing room before the start of play on opening day of second Test against Pakistan at Adelaide Oval on Friday. Australia lead the two-match series 1-0 courtesy of their comprehensive innings victory at Gabba. Australia have won all five of the pink-ball matches they have played and they will be confident of picking up a victory in this clash and seal the series against out-of sorts Pakistan.

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The start of play in Adelaide was delayed for few minutes due to light showers and that is when Warner and Burns decided to try their hands at rock-paper-scissors. It could have been probably to decide who takes the strike on first ball of the match. Cricket.com.au uploaded the video on social media and their post read: ““Good old rock, nothing beats that! #AUSvPAK.” 

After thrashing the visitors by an innings and five runs in Brisbane, the home side named an unchanged team as they look to inflict a 14th consecutive defeat on Pakistan in Australia.

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The visitors recalled paceman Mohammad Abbas, who was surprisingly omitted in Brisbane, with Imran Khan dropped. Impressive 19-year-old quick Muhammad Musa was also picked to make his debut, replacing 16-year-old pace sensation Naseem Shah with Pakistan selectors conscious they need to manage his workload.

Out-of-form number three Haris Sohail was axed and Imam-ul-Haq brought in to open the innings alongside Shan Masood, meaning captain Azhar Ali will come in at first drop.

((With agency inputs))

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