Lyon has taken 203 of his 318 wickets since answering criticism of his fourth innings potency by bowling Australia to victory against India on the final day in Adelaide during 2014.
In the video, Kohli is seen ducking bouncers and dispatching imperious cover drives in Adelaide.
Australia took a 1-0 lead into this fiery Bangalore Test past year and when Nathan Lyon took 8-50 to bamboozle the Indian batsmen for 189, it looked like the tourists would go 2-0 up.
Hazlewood said that the prolific run-scorer would once again be at his best when the Test series gets underway on December 6. India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin may remember a similar schooling the last time the Test team toured Australia in 2014/15.
The Indian team took 151.1 overs to dismiss Cricket Australia XI, therefore, they will have to come up with better plan in the first Test against Australia.
The modern game of cricket puts a lot of emphasis on athleticism, as such, the players always strive to be at the top of their fitness game.
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"And when you have played some bowlers in the past you always know what are their strengths and weaknesses, what to expect from them".
But the superstar added he expects that in every Test, suggesting this summer will be played in better spirits than recent heated Border-Gavaskar contests.
"We have some goals as a batting unit.I don't think there is any pressure on the batting unit".
A theory is, of course, only as good as its execution and if Australia do adopt this tactic to the India captain it may be a question of the bowlers holding their collective nerve, particularly if he starts scoring freely. "Hopefully we can carry that momentum forward into the first Test". "I'm sure we'll find out soon", Marsh said.
For the 30-year-old Pujara, the looming Test series is a chance to rectify one blot on his impressive cricketing resume.
In his 10 tests Down Under, the gangly quick has managed only 20 wickets with an embarrassing 62-plus average - worst by a full-time bowler who has sent down a minimum of 2000 balls in Australia. "They've got their own challenges, there's no doubt about it", Ponting said considering playing outside subcontinent adds scrutiny for India.
"We need to step up as a batting group".
All three were spared from New South Wales' Sheffield Shield match in Perth to keep them fresh for the series opener starting in Adelaide on Thursday.