MUMBAI, Jan. 5 -- Australia's brittle batting, captain Tim Paine would have everyone believe, is responsible for the team's woes. Last week, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, after suffering a

137-run loss to India and going down 1-2 in the four-test series he stressed on the importance of bringing back stars Steve Smith and David Warner, currently suspended for doctoring the ball in early 2018.

But Australia has an equally big, if not bigger, problem with its bowling too. On Friday, as first Cheteshwar Pujara (193), and then Rishabh Pant (159*) and Ravindra Jadeja (81) ground its attack down, Australia's bowlers sent down 167.2 overs, the

11th time since January 2018 that they have sent down that many. India declared at 622/7 or the numb...