India vs Australia: Flat deck and dew take the fizz out of hosts' bowlers in Mohali and leave them with early warning signal
It was a night on which the flat deck rendered the Indian attack flat too. Even its famed death bowling specialist duo of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar could not stop Turner from running away with the game.
How do you spin a wet bar of soap? Kookaburra, Dukes and the role of the cricket ball in India's loss to West Indies
Kookaburra is made for drier weather and is used in many other countries, including Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
How does a team prepare for playing in conditions where the overwhelming presence of dew is a debilitating factor? That is the question that the brains of Indian cricket will have to grapple with really hard if they do not wish their bowling unit to be mercilessly clobbered like it was on Sunday.
Dew won't play as major role as it played in the preceding T20 series and it will be a typical low and slow wicket for the opening ODI between India and South Africa at the Green Park stadium here on Sunday.
The team bowling second in the inaugural T20 International between India and South Africa will have their task cut out as dew can play a major factor but HPCA curator S Chouhan said that his team is ready with arrangements to counter the effect.