Joe Burns and Travis Head made comfort to Australia in Canberra test against Sri Lanka

Joe Burns and Travis Head made comfort to Australia in Canberra test against Sri Lanka. End of the 1st day Australia collected 384 runs from 87 overs.

Australia Inning

Winning the toss Australia Captain Tim Pain opted to bat first on Canberra. Though scoring 11 runs from 18 balls, Aussie opener Marcus Harries became a pickup to Vishwa Fernando at 11 runs on the scoreboard. Then Usman Khawaja couldn’t add any runs on the scoreboard and surrendered to Vishwa Ferrand. try our mobile application

As Marnus Labschagne couldn’t survive on the wicket and picked up to Chamika Karunaratne scoring only 6. Losing 3 wickets Australia was in under pressure. But another opener Joe Burns and Travis Head made 308 runs partnership together.

Debut century for Travis Head

Travis Head made his first test century

The Aussie batting all-rounder Travis Head got his debuted test century on his 8th test. But this right-hander missed making it double for 39 runs. Vishwa Fernando trapped him to lbw on the last ball of 73rd over. Travis Head played a wonderful inning of 161 runs with 21 fours and a six off 204 balls to pick the runs.

Double century for Joe Burns?

Joe Burns celebrating his century

Aussie opener Joe Burns got his fourth century on Canberra and career-best inning of 172 runs from 243 balls with 26 fours. But the second day on Canberra will say the answer will he touch the debut double century? Let the time for the answer. Finally, Joe Burns and Travis Head made comfort to Australia in Canberra test against Sri Lanka. Joe Burns maybe excited for his double century for the second day on Canberra.

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Finally, Joe Burns and Travis Head made comfort to Australia in Canberra test against Sri Lanka. Joe Burns maybe excited for his double century for the second day on Canberra.

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