David Warner and Peter Handscomb led Australia´s strong reply against Bangladesh

The guests were 225-2 at stumps in their first innings, trailing by 80 pursues Bangladesh were played out for 305. Warner was batting on 88 with Handscomb on 69 at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

Captain Steve Smith hit an abrasive 58 off 94 balls before being knocked down some pins by left-arm spinner Taijul Islam as the guests slipped to 98-2. The left-gave Warner and Handscomb at that point set up together 127 rushes to ruin the Bangladesh knocking down some pins assault, which neglected to take a wicket in the last session of play.



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