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Head and Labuschagne calm any anxieties and lead Australia to win.

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There was little to celebrate for India after the first-ball wicket of Australian opener Usman Khawaja,

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as Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne stood in the middle to complete the tiny goal of 76 runs in 18.5 overs, beating India by nine wickets.

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On Day 2, Australia began their innings at 156/4, with Peter Handscomb (7*) and Cameron Green (6*) undefeated.

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 But, the combination of spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (3/44) and speedster Umesh Yadav (3/12) brought such a concoction of spin and pace to the game that Australia lost the remainder of their six wickets in 41 runs, bundling out for 197.

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With a deficit of 88 runs, Team India's aim was to survive against Australian spinners and put up a strong score.

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But, Nathan Lyon, who took eight wickets for 64 runs, drove the hosts' batting order to its knees. Mitchell Starc and Matthew Kuhnemann each grabbed a wicket.

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