A stubborn Australian middle and lower-middle order has repeatedly tested Team India bowlers. Sunil Gavaskar feels India don't have the arsenal to claim 10 wickets on a single day. The former Test captain and opening batsman said the current team does not have the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh, who would turn their arms over usefully and get a wicket. In Melbourne on Friday, India used Murali Vijay for variety but with no success. Australia were 259 for five at close of play on Day 1.