Pakistan are all set to clash against a rampant Australian side in the final game of the two-match series. The second Test will be a pink-ball affair played under lights and Australia start out as overwhelming favourites to come out on top against a timid Pakistani lineup.
Shedding light on his thoughts for the forthcoming Test, right-arm pacer Pat Cummins looked forward to unleashing destruction with the ball. The top-ranked Test bowler sounded a warning to Pakistan by focusing on the fast-paced nature of the surface in Adelaide.
Cummins relished the opportunity to come out all guns blazing on a pacey track with the pink ball that tends to provide more seam movement.
"We've all spent quite a few long days in the dirt on flat MCG or SCG wickets, so a bit of grass on the wicket, the pink ball zipping around at night - it's a fast-bowler's dream," Cummins said.