Marcus Harris is one of several Australia batsmen still finding their feet in Test cricket and he believes it showed against India.
Tim Southee and William Somerville came to the fore as New Zealand needed less than two sessions to seal victory over Pakistan on day five.
The injured Mohammad Abbas and Fakhar Zaman are included in Pakistan's Test squad, alongside Mohammad Amir, Shadab Khan and Mohammad Rizwan.
Joe Root had no hesitation in signing a three-year extension with Yorkshire, stating: "I don't really see myself playing anywhere else."
Australia were reduced to 191-7 as India took control of the opening Test in Adelaide.
India recovered from 86-5 to close on 250-9, but Mitchell Starc was still pleased with the way Australia bowled on Thursday.
A huge fourth day of the third Test saw New Zealand seize control from Pakistan as Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls delivered.
A century from Cheteshwar Pujara saw India end the first day in Australia on 250-9, the batsman rising to the occasion at a key interval.
South Africa have called up the uncapped Zubayr Hamza for the upcoming three-Test series against Pakistan.
Usman Khawaja's sensational catch headlined a good start for Australia, but Cheteshwar Pujara rescued India with a fine century on day one.
Pakistan were soundly beaten by New Zealand on Friday and Sarfraz Ahmed could quit as captain if his decisions are costing the team.
Mitchell Marsh will miss Australia's first Test against India, captain Tim Paine confirmed.
Australia almost completed the impossible as India breathed a huge sigh of relief in the first Test at Adelaide Oval.
Aaron Finch survived when a replay showed Ishant Sharma overstepped, which Ricky Ponting says the umpires should be watching more closely.
Ricky Ponting and Travis Head were not impressed by the reaction of some Australia supporters to India captain Virat Kohli.
Australia's batting woes continued as India closed in on victory in the first Test.
Having played almost 250 times for India across all three formats, Gautam Gambhir has announced his retirement from cricket.
Pakistan closed in on New Zealand's first-innings score of 274 with Azhar Ali the chief contributor with the bat.