Australia Gear up For Boxing Day Test vs India
David Warner, who has been in prime form this year, will once again be the biggest threat for India at the Boxing Day Test to be played in Melbourne. (All images from AFP)
David Warner, who smashed twin hundreds in the opening Test, bats right handed ahead of the third match at MCG. He continues to be the biggest threat for India's bowlers.
Warner has been involved in some heated exchanges with the Indian players and he promised to get into more Indian heads during the Boxing Day Test.
Shaun Marsh, who replaced Michael Clarke, will be keen to score some runs and consolidate his position in the middle order.
Shane Watson has been woefully out of form and he was seen training with a lot of purpose and intent ahead of the Boxing Day Test.
Brad Haddin, another senior Aussie cricketer, who is in desperate need of runs, seen training at the MCG on Christmas.
Joe Burns, set to make his debut in the middle order, had a hit at nets on the eve of the Boxing Day Test.