Australia at home have only lost five of their last 27 Tests but Adelaide is the great leveller. Kohli loves it there. Last series in 2014 he was just a thing of beauty with twin tonnes. He has more Adelaide 100's than the entire Australian team. Three v Khawaja 1 and Marsh 1. Kohli averages 98 in Adelaide- his first ever Test 100 was there too. in 2012. He's improved every time he's come here, if he improves again we are in all sorts. It is supposed to be 39 degrees if Australia get caught bowling and our bats can't back us up then this could be a slog which will then impact on the next Test. Four bowlers with no back up could be hard. Head is pretty much the only fifth option. Finch, Harris, Khawaja, Handscomband Marsh have eight SS wickets between them. Ashwin will be interesting- loves lefties and averages less than 20 and we have Harris, Khawaja, Marsh and Head. But he hasn't bowled well here in the past and Australia is a hard place to bowl finger spin. Our top 7 have the least runs of an Australian seven since 1979- which was of course depleted because of the WSC. The pressure on them will be huge. I watched Finch last week and v the new bowl I am worried. Shaw was going to be great to watch, but I like watching Pujara too- if he is in that number three spot he needs to help Kohli and avoid Lyon.