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Sydney 3rd Test Day 4

India chances to win match scoring 407 with 98 scored on 4 th day scoring 300 runs in day is tough in front of Australia side will keep ground fielding keep team India to toil but will fall short of 40 runs.

India has lost two openers first Shubam and later Rohit at 98 runs for two wickets. Australia are now more positive to clinch the test with more competitive bowlers and fielding.

At draw of Stumps on Day 4 of the 3rd Test. A big final day coming . India need 309 runs to win.

 India18/0 5 Over Rohit 13 Shubam 05

Post Tea Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill open the inning. India chase need 407 to win.

Australia declaration at Tea.Australia have declared their 2nd innings at 312-6 and #TeamIndia will now need 407 runs to win the 3rd Border-Gavaskar Test. #AUSvIND

With exit of Cameron Green,TeamOZ declared their inning.

Navdeep Saini haul two wicket and Ashwin and Siraj each get wicket and Jasprit Bumrah with a wicket.

Second session 23 over at Tea 406 lead.

3rd Test. 86.6: WICKET! C Green (84) is out, c (Sub) b Jasprit Bumrah, 312/6

Cameron Green out for 84 runs.

The play was briefly halted after Siraj once again alleged to the on-field umpires that a section of the crowd issued fresh racial slur during the post-lunch session six fans were removed from stand and match.

Play suspended due to Anti racial remark.India vs Australia 3rd test match was halted for some time after India players complained of abuse from the crowd. Now it’s tea break:

Australia declaration with lead of above 400 runs in thinktank Oz.

Australia give lead to India 375 run

3rd Test. 83.4: M Siraj to C Green (57), 6 runs , 281/5

Australia are 270/5 in 82 Over lead 364.

Cameron Green 47 and Tim Paine 34

79.5: R Ashwin to T Paine (33), 4 runs , 264/5

Australia 258/5 in 79 over, lead of 352.

Tim Paine is next batsman 208/5

3rd Test. 67.4: WICKET! S Smith (81) is out, lbw Ravichandran Ashwin, 208/5

Ashwin gets Smith again. #TeamIndia #AUSvIND.

Navdeep Saini haul two wicket and Ashwin and Siraj each get wicket .

Australia 194/4 in 65 over

Steve Smith69 Cameron Green21

Second session of match begins 182/4

The morning session on Day 4 comes to an end with #TeamIndia taking 2 wickets in 35 overs and Australia adding 79 runs. #AUSvIND with total lead 276 against India.

First session on Day 4 was an even one as Australia scored 79 runs in 35 overs and lost two wickets and taking an overall lead of 276 while India picked two wickets. Saini got the important breakthrough of Labuschange (73) who made his 10th Test half-ton after getting a life off just the second ball off the day, dropped by Vihari off the bowling off Jasprit Bumrah. 
Saini soon dismissed Wade before Green (20) and Smith (58) ensured there was no more damage. It will be interesting to see at what rate the Aussies score post lunch. 

Ashwin continues and after a dot, Smith gets a single to the off side. 
Green then off the edgy over as Green takes a single off the last ball of the over. 
Siraj continues and after two dots, Green gets to the pitch of the ball and drives it straight down the ground for a beautiful four. 

Australia 182 for 4 at lunch on Day 4.

3rd Test. 62.3: M Siraj to C Green (19), 4 runs , 180/4

Wicket No. 2 for @navdeepsaini96 as he sends Wade back for 4 as #TeamIndia pick second wicket in the morning session. Saha also takes his second catch today.

3rd Test. 46.1: WICKET! M Labuschagne (73) is out, c (Sub) b Navdeep Saini, 138/3

Australia score draw of stump 103/2 On 3rd day close.

3rd Test. 28.5: N Saini to M Labuschagne (46), 4 runs , 102/2

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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