India was unable to bat through the entire day on a fast Sydney pitch against Cricket Australia (CA) XI as they were bundled out for 358 runs before conceding 24 runs by stump on day 2 of the four-day practice game.

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Aus XI 356/6

India 359 all-out [Prithvi Shaw 68, Virat Kohli 64]

The day's play will start at 10:30 AM Local, 5:00 AM IST on Friday, [VIDEO]November 30, 2019.

As many as five batsmen scored their fifties, but none were able to convert [VIDEO] it into a hundred.

CA XI won the toss and elected bowl first at the Sydney Cricket Ground. KL Rahul was dismissed cheaply once again but his opening partner Prithvi Shaw notched up a quickfire 66 to get the ball rolling for the Indians.

Cheteshwar Pujara made a solid 54 and made sure that the new ball was taken care of.

Day three Live streaming details

SonyLiv will provide the live streaming of this practice game on their app and website. There is no official television broadcaster for this game, hence viewers from the Indian subcontinent can tune into SonyLiv website to watch the match.

Middle-order stays solid, but lower-order collapses

After Shaw's dismissal, captain Virat Kohli came in and played a stylish knock of 64 runs from just 87 balls. Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane was next in line to score a fifty, but his knock turned out to be the slowest among the lot.

His 56 runs came off 123 balls, after which he decided to retire to get others a chance.

Meanwhile, Hanuma Vihari was also seen getting some valuable practice scoring a 53. Rohit Sharma, who made a comeback into the Test squad recently scored an attractive 40.

Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant made just 11, while Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav were unable to open their respective accounts.

This meant India were bowled out for 358 runs in their first innings, after dominating most of the day. At one stage, the visitors were at 347-5, but Sharma's wicket triggered yet another collapse for the side on an overseas tour.

CA XI's Aaron Hardie was the pick of the bowlers, as he ended with figures of 4-50, while five other bowlers of his side got one wicket each. D Arcy Short and Max Bryant will continue their innings when CAXI resume batting on day three on 24-0.