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Sunday, 26 March 2017

Live Score: India vs Australia | Live Cricket Score of India vs Australia, Day 3, English Latest, English News

Live Scores Updates at Khabarspecial Brett Lee and Sunil Gavaskar doing the pitch report call it a good cricket wicket with something for everyone. The Indian legend adds that the turn and bounce Lyon got showed how special he is as a bowler.

Lee mentions that Lyon got purchase of the cracks and they will only open up as the game progresses. Gavaskar names it the ‘Lyon’s Den‘. He opines that if India can get any lead, they will be very happy with that effort.

ello and welcome to the third day of the fourth Test between India and Australia. As it has been in the series, a topsy-turvy day for the hosts has brought the game back in balance.

Forgive me for the cliched statement, but the first session is the most crucial and could well decide the fate of the decider.

While the home side will aim to surpass visitors’ total, the Australian bowlers must be vying to bundle out India as soon as possible to hand their side some kind of a lead.
Will the Indian lower order manage to tackle the fiery pace of Pat Cummins and accuracy of Josh Hazlewood with the new ball? Stay with us to find out.

The ball started taking more spin later in the day. While India must be licking their fingers after seeing that development but it won’t mean anything if the home side fail to gain a good lead.

A lead of around 50 runs might also work given the situation of the game and conditions on offer. Will they be able to do so? Or will Australia bundle them out very soon? Join us on Day 3 at 0930 local time (0400 GMT) to find out. Till then, goodbye and cheers!

The Indian batsmen had to take more responsibility since they were playing with only five specialist batters. But they failed to do so. And the most disappointed among them must be Karun Nair, who has had a really poor series.

Talking about others, the story was similar as it has been in the series. KL Rahul scored a fifty and then failed to convert it into a big one.

Cheteshwar Pujara batted out time and frustrated the Aussies. But he fell prey to a sharp delivery from Lyon.

The talk was all about the Australian pacers, but very quietly Nathan Lyon decided to unleash an outstanding spell of off spin to help his side roar back into the game.
He took four wickets in the last session to absolutely dismantle India’s middle order and put them on the back foot in the series decider.

He was well supported by Steve O’Keefe who kept things tight at the other end. India are still trailing by 52 runs and have four wickets in hand.

The match is decently poised but Australia will feel that they have edged the hosts today, considering that the latter were 157/2 at one stage.

J Hazlewood to Jadeja, Just the end to a hard-fought day! Fuller and angling on the pads, Jadeja once again fails to clip it through. The ball rolls off the pads towards square leg as they cross for a run.

The bowler appeals for an lbw but nothing from the umpire. The umpire forgets about the leg bye and takes the bails off and then signals the leg bye. That will STUMPS, Day 2!

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