Canberra: The face-off is still some days away but Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has already spotted a chink in the Australian armour, saying the hosts have problems against swing bowling and his team would look to capitalise on this when the Test series starts in Melbourne on December 26.
"That they are having a batting camp is a good sign. Hopefully we know their weaknesses. We will keep that in mind going into the first Test. We will work out whatever we need to, we need to put pressure on them rather than take it on us," Sharma said.
Australia has suffered regular batting collapses in recent past with scores like 47 (against South Africa) and 136 (against New Zealand) recorded in the last month and a half.