India claim they've shown England key to beating Travis Head after World Test Championship century
India believe they have found a weakness in Travis Head's game, identifying short-pitched bowling as a way to expose the firing South Australian.
Head was the star of Australia's first innings in the World Test Championship final, as he blasted his way to his first overseas Test century before falling for 163 on the second morning.
The 29-year-old plundered India's attack, as he regularly flayed the ball off his pads and from outside off stump.
But India maintain they have found an area where they can catch Head out, and potentially provide a blueprint for England during The Ashes.
Mohammed Siraj and Mohammed Shami peppered the left-hander with short balls after the tea break on Wednesday, leaving Head ducking and weaving.