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Day Two Celebrations: Queensland vs. Victoria

Victorian Marx Harris has arrived early in half a century after Tester Aaron Finch failed to tackle Sheffield's shield in a conflict with Queensland at Gabwas

Harry will continue to be blessed next week in a test debut against India after Victoria Captain Peter Handscomb continued to beat.

The opening of Harris helped save Vics from timely trouble during the second round of Wednesday, striking an impressive 62 with 104 controllable third-goal stand with Handscomb (53).

Harris pushes the test with 62

Four fourths of the visitors were 5-157, with a total leader of 53, and Glenn Maxwell was not played at 29.

Harris appeared next week in Adelaide after recovering from the first adventures, Gabo failed to post his 16th first half-century.

As the selection chair Trevor Hohn looked, the left-handed opener sparked Vics, who had been spinning 2-3 after Finch, dropped by just one in four balls.

Harry did everything he could to fix his first mild green ball, knocking out 10 snails with 80 knocks for the first test in the Australian fourteen game team.

His Shield reached 439 points at level 73.1.

However, Harris will not take anything after Handscomb endorsed his challenging 81 first key.

Handscomb hits the right straight fifty

Australian coach Justin Langer said that the Adelaide watt-line combination would depend on Gabb's clash with Handscomb, who will compete with Harry to reach the last sixteen points.

Earlier Test quickly Peeter Sydl added 4-62 that Vics again released the Bulls at 27.

Queensland drove at 2-162 on Wednesday, before Joe Burns knocked out a former check-up of 96 redundancies following a collapse.

Bulls lost 5-44 at one stage with Siddle, who had two wickets in three balls before the dumping test, Marnus Labuschagne 47, led the hosts with 104 lead-free lead.

Watch all 10 Queensland Wickets

Scott Boland (3-50) took on the valuable Burns scalp, finishing his impressive 118 knockout balls, which had seven four and three six.

Test team member Chris Tremain was 2-58.

Six members from Australia's 14-strong first test team play Gabba Shield Clash.

Qld: Matthew Renshaw, Joe Burns, Usman Khawaja (c), Charlie Hemphrey, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Wildermuth, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Michael Neser, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Luke Feldman

Vic: Travis Dean, Marcus Harris, Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb (c), Glenn Maxwell, Seb Gotch (wk), James Pattinson, Chris Tremain, Peter Siddle, Scott Boland, Jon Holland

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