Australia's struggling opener Matthew Hayden is confident his aggressive batting will finally come good in the third Test against India starting in Delhi on Wednesday.
Australia went 1-0 down after India defeated them by a record 320 runs in the second Test in Mohali. The left-handed batsman has made just 42 runs in four innings, twice failing to score.
On Sunday, Hayden had extended time in the nets at the Ferozshah Kotla ground, having scored 0, 13, 0 and 29 so far in the series.
"The expectation is very high on the Australian cricket team," he said. "I expect to play well in the two games.
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