Australia will go into the third Test against India in Sydney with plenty of questions over its batting lineup. With the Indians bowling a straighter line and to a tight leg-side field, the host team has been restricted to modest totals of 191, 195 and 200 in the first two Tests. And fast bowling great Glenn McGrath believes batting with intent will be key to revving up Australia’s scoring rate.
“It is just the mindset. It is about going out there and showing intent to score. If you are hanging around, being defensive, you will get out sooner or later, especially against quality bowlers like (Jasprit) Bumrah and (Ravichandran) Ashwin,” McGrath said.
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“You’ve to look to put the bad ball away when it comes, try and rotate the strike. Australia tried to take a lot of singles during the second innings in Melbourne, which looked positive. But as…