Sydney: Senior Australian batsman Michael Hussey is a bit "nervous" ahead of the second Test against India as he has a feeling that, led by the iconic Sachin Tendulkar, the visitors' batting line-up would click in unison in the match starting on Tuesday.
"I am a bit nervous. With the stars aligning with Tendulkar needing one more hundred (to get to his 100th international century) in Sydney -- he has made runs here. It is ominous," stated Hussey.
Australia won the first Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground by 122 runs and Michael Hussey, with 89 to him, played a critical hand. The left-hander said the Aussies are bracing up for an Indian fightback in the match.