Perth – Captain Aaron Finch He shows that after showing some showing off against South Africa, there is a lot of confidence in Australia's batsmen. But he argues, "The wheel will change".
At the same Twenty20 over, Perth, lost their sixth wicket for six wickets. The expectations of the hosts ended after the injury after eight months of worrying.
In the last 19 ODIs they have suffered 17 defeats but failed seven times, a batting failure.
"Sometimes you have to say they are suspicious," Finch said.
Nathan Coulter-Nile (34) and Alex Kerry (15) put on a 152-run stand but Steve Smith and David Warner did not return to the team.
"When you are 8-3, you'll have to play one-day cricket different style rather than map how you're going to play.
"Friends always doubt when they are not able to do it."
Australia batsmen against Dale Steyn and Kangso Rafda topped the batsmen in the Australian innings. In the sixth over of the sixth over,
Australia's fortunes will be shifted from the start of the World Cup.
"It turns out," he said. "We train and prepare, the wheel will turn, and it's going to happen soon."
Stein was ally, their defenses came.
"I do not think they should be disturbed," he said. When he reached the score of 39, he hit a six and a four.
"They think we can drive them out, I do not think they will be able to bowl and have a chance.
Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins were injured when the Australians underwent an injury.
Finch chopped off the bench with Coldter-Nile instead of Starcak along with Joshas Hailwood. Ashwin was dismissed for the last ball of the over in the 16th over.
It was a test to overcome their lost flow.
"This is an honest strategic matter," he said.
"16 consecutive 18 losses, 19 out of 17 are looking at, we're trying to make some new things to try out.
"If you continue to do the same thing, it's a definition of madness, is not it?"
The second match of the three-match series is Adelaide on Friday.