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Australian skipper Michael Clarke said Indian batsmen's success to convert starts into big scores was what separated the two teams.
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"One of the big areas where India have had the wood over us is converting starts with the bat. Of the eight times, their batsmen have passed 50, they've passed 100 six times and 200 twice. We've had eight instances where we've passed 50, but we only have one century to show for it."
He also lavished praise on Indian spinners and said it's been a "real" learning curve for the Australian players who haven't toured India.
"India's spinners have also played well and it's been a real learning experience for those in our squad who haven't toured India. I'm sure the experiences on these dry, turning pitches will hold us in good stead for the future," Clarke wrote in his column for 'Courier Mail'.
The 31-year-old said it's time for his players to pull up their socks and show some stomach for fight in the final Test.
"It is time for us to deliver and I sincerely hope I can hold up my end of the bargain in Delhi if ruled fit. But the reality is that these results are not good enough for a squad that aspires to be the best in the world."
Clarke has backed his deputy Shane Watson to step up and lead the side in case he misses out the fourth Test against India with a back injury.
"He (Watson) has my vote to take over the captaincy if I'm ruled out. If I don't pull up 100 per cent to perform at my best, I won't be putting my hand up for selection. And if that's the case, I am confident Watson would be embraced by the team in my place if the CA board appointed him as captain," Clarke wrote in 'Courier Mail'.