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Waugh sees �no hope� of India bouncing back

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MELBOURNE, Dec 22: The Indian cricket team has �no hope� of making a comeback after the humiliation in Adelaide and will suffer a 4-0 whitewash in the four-match Test series against Australia, feels former batsman Mark Waugh.

India were bundled out for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in their second innings as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Asked if India can bounce back after losing the first Test, Waugh said: �No hope, no hope.

�I thought Adelaide was the Test that they could win on paper and with Virat Kohli here for just the one Test. I thought the conditions would suit them.

�I just can�t see how they can bounce back (after) Australia whitewashed them on the third day. So �no� is the answer � four-nil to Australia,� he said on Fox Cricket.

Former Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin too had said the opening Day/Night Test was India�s best chance in the ongoing series and it will be very difficult for the visitors to script a turnaround. The second Test begins in Melbourne on December 26. � PTI

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Waugh sees �no hope� of India bouncing back

MELBOURNE, Dec 22: The Indian cricket team has �no hope� of making a comeback after the humiliation in Adelaide and will suffer a 4-0 whitewash in the four-match Test series against Australia, feels former batsman Mark Waugh.

India were bundled out for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in their second innings as Australia claimed an eight-wicket win in the pink-ball Test to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Asked if India can bounce back after losing the first Test, Waugh said: �No hope, no hope.

�I thought Adelaide was the Test that they could win on paper and with Virat Kohli here for just the one Test. I thought the conditions would suit them.

�I just can�t see how they can bounce back (after) Australia whitewashed them on the third day. So �no� is the answer � four-nil to Australia,� he said on Fox Cricket.

Former Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin too had said the opening Day/Night Test was India�s best chance in the ongoing series and it will be very difficult for the visitors to script a turnaround. The second Test begins in Melbourne on December 26. � PTI

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