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Day two events: Queensland v Victoria

Victoria and Marcus Harris beat at fifty years after the test finalist Aaron Finch with the bat in Sheffield Shield's cover with Queensland at the Gabba

Harris continues to swear a test against India next week after the French captain Peter Handscomb, following the races.

The Harris Opener helped the Vics rescue from their troubles in their Wednesday afternoon, which attacked 62 incredible in a dual-eyed position with 104 with Handscomb (53).

Harris will take a trial case with 62

At stumps on the two day, the 5-157 visitors kept a total of 53 by Glenn Maxwell not to be out of 29.

Harris appeared back in the mix for her & # 39; The first Test in Adelaide the next week after he got back from the first inn that Gabba's 16th century took his first fiftieth class.

As the election chairman, Trevor Hohns, looked to the left, opened the opener to the left of the Vics that was; grow 2-3 after Finch dropped for just one from four balls.

He was a member of the 14th Australian flag for his first test, Harris, best to attack her first green hair by going to her; splitting twenty-eight in his 80-fold hill.

He reported his print to 439 a & # 39; ran at 73.1.

However, Harris will not take anything after him after receiving Handscomb from his best 81 in his. first excavation.

Half a handbag is just straightforward

Justin Langer's Australian coach said a batting agency for Adelaide would be decided by the Gabba Clash with Handscomb; to vote with Harris for a final place in the six high.

Earlier, Peter Test asked a good 4-62 when the Vics hit back to leave the Bulls for 27.

Queensland traveled 2-162 on Wednesday before Joe Burns's free debtor released 96 casualties.

The Bulls lost at a level 5-44 with Siddle taking two pages in three balls before they left; left them. The leaders of Test Batsman Marnus Labuschagne led the leaders to a 104-run startup.

Look at the 10 Queensland hugs

Scott Boland (3-50) was holding the high scalp of Burns, a & # 39; finishing its spectacular 118-hole hill that appeared seven fours and three-six.

Chris Tremain team team crew 2-58.

There are six members of the first 14th Australian test and play at Gabba Shield ban.

Qld: Matthew Renshaw, Joe Burns, Usman Khawaja (c), Charlie Hemphrey, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Wildermuth, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Michael Neser, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Luke Feldman

Vic: Travis Dean, Marcus Harris, Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb (c), Glenn Maxwell, Seb Gotch (wk), James Pattinson, Chris Tremain, Patrick Siddle, Scott Boland, Jon Holland

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