A mini-session is (normally) half a session, either between the start of the session and the drinks break or the drinks break and the end of the session. Occasionally a long session will have 3 mini-sessions where it will be broken up with 2 drinks breaks.
|1-1a||India 32/2 off 13.5||Australia|
|1-1b||India 41/2 off 14.1||Australia|
|1-2a||India 26/0 off 14||Australia|
|1-2b||India 55/2 off 13||India|
|1-3a||India 17/4 off 5.2||Australia|
|Australia 94/0 off 13|
|1-3b||Australia 55/0 off 10||Australia|
|2-1a||Australia 50/0 off 13||Australia|
|2-1b||Australia 45/3 off 11||India|
|2-2a*||Australia 47/3 off 11.1||India|
|2-2b||Australia 66/4 off 16.1||India|
|2-3a||India 56/4 off 22||Australia|
|2-3b||India 32/0 off 10||India|
|3-1a||India 41/0 off 12||India|
|3-1b||India 36/2 off 12||Australia|
|3-2a||India 6/4 off 3.2||Australia|
*There was no official drinks break recorded in the 2nd session of day 2, so I assumed they took drinks at the fall of Haddin's wicket, roughly half way through the session.
Australia win the count 9-6.
This game was won and lost in the last 2 mini-sessions of the first day, and the one after tea on day 2. The partnership of Warner and Cowan, and the loss of 4 for 56 off the first 22 overs of India's second innings.
I desperately hope India put up more of a fight in Adelaide. They have not taken advantage of the key moments in any of these matches so far.