David Warner to score over 33.5 first-innings runs
The absence of Jasprit Bumrah and perhaps Ravi Ashwin should improve Warner’s chances with the bat.
Even if Ashwin does end up playing, Warner should pass this mark, having done so in seven consecutive home Tests prior to the last one.
Marnus Labuschagne to score over 36.5 first-innings runs
This looks like a very low runs line considering that Labuschagne has passed it in 11 straight Test matches since earning his place in the side during the 2019 Ashes.
The 26-year-old has scored one double-century, three centuries and four half-centuries in that sequence, scoring 47, 48 and 48 in the other three innings.
Shubman Gill to score over 25.5 first-innings runs
Gill has made a positive start to life as a Test match batsman, scoring 45 and 50 in the first innings of the two matches in this series.
He has also passed 25.5 in both of his second innings efforts, so this is well worth backing.
Che Pujara to score over 30.5 first-innings runs
The final of our four individual runs bets is backing Pujara to reach at least 31 in the first innings.
He impressively compiled 50 and 77 in the last match, and has passed this mark in five of his last seven first-innings efforts overall.
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