Despite rain delaying the start of play in Adelaide, Australia still managed to tame Pakistani bowlers as the hosts ended day 1 of the 2nd Test at 302/1. Tim Paine's decision to bat first proved right as David Warner smashed his 2nd consecutive score of over 150. Marnus Labuschagne too joined the party and scored his 2nd straight hundred. Moreover, Labuschagne with 793 Test runs so far this year is now the leading run-scorer in the longest format in 2019. The pair put together an unbeaten 294 run stand which is now the highest 2nd wicket partnership for Australia vs Pakistan in Tests. As things stand, The Kangaroos look on course to take their perfect Day-night record to 6 games.