Australia will play the West Indies in the second Test in Adelaide . The West Indies only took six wickets at Optus Stadium, and many of them during crucial moments .
Adelaide, December 7 : Australia continues to hold the Frank Worrell trophy, as it has since 1995, and there was no doubt that will be the case, considering the fact that they had to fight to the last mile in Perth.Due to this reality and the grit West Indies displayed, there is some confidence that Australia will not get a free pass in the now-usual day-night Test in Adelaide.Allerdings, the match will not even be a match if West Indies cannot overcome Australia's battalion.They only took six wickets at Optus Stadium, and many of them during crucial moments.Even though the game's day-and-night aspect involves new challenges, Pat Cummins has been declared unable to play in the Adelaide Test due to a quad strain.In his place, Steven Smith will lead the team.The number of overs increased by Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc.The problem with this squad isn't so much this form of play as the fact that Australia's entire Test summer is shortened to just over five weeks. But it's about the breakthroughs they can make in a series like this, in a way.Assistant coach Roddy Estwick encouraged his players to keep up the good work as long as possible.Australia should prevail, and it is highly unlikely that it will, but the West Indies will make it as difficult as possible for them.David Warner is going to be pity over Perth. Unless an injury occurs, his 100th Test will be played against South Africa at the MCG.His future in the format is now in his hands, but a 22.78 average in 2022 is shaky.On a field where he averages 76.86, hell be hoping for a solid return, although not entirely against the pink ball.A typical Adelaide day-night pitch is predicted. There are seams and spin as well.The weather forecast seems to be normal with no rain expected.According to the National Test Committee, Australia's squad includes David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith (Captain), Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (Wicketk Keeper), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood, Scott BolandOn December 8, the Australian day and night test squad will include Kraigg Brathwaite (Captain), Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Shamarh Brook