Live Updates: IND vs AUS , 4th Test, Day 3 Ball By Ball Highlights Result 27th March 2017


Live Updates: IND vs AUS , 4th Test, Day 3 Ball By Ball Highlights Result 27th March 2017 :-

Day 3 of Test 4th: Aus 18/1 in 6.3 overs.

Wicket: David Warner gets out at the score  Aus 10/1;
Umesh Yadav took the wicket of David Warner.
Wriddhiman Saha took the catch of David Warner and makes no mistake holding on to an easy catch.
Karun Nair dropped the catch of David Warner. This is the second chance in this test match that he dropped the catch of an Australian batsman.

India all out for 332

WICKET: Lyon has five and Kuldeep Yadav gets out caught in the deep.

On the second day of 4th Test match in Dharamshala, Australian bowlers put in a great shift this morning but the first session they did not success. India lost only one wicket. Murali Vijay (11) fell to a peach of a delivery from Josh Hazelwood.

On the crease, KL Rahul (31) and Cheteshwar Pujara (22) played very well. Both of them put up 64 runs in the first session of day two.

India: 21/1 from 10.2 overs

Murali Vijay out, Matthew Wase caught the ball. Finally, Murli Vijay out on a length delivery.

Dharamsala: In the last test match, India will aim for a strong reply with the bat after they bowled out Australia for 300 on Day 1 of the fourth and final test in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh on Saturday. Aussie captain Steve Smith’s century and

The Australian captain – Steve Smith made a century and Matthe Wade made fifty. Both of them helped the team to reach the 300-run.

The India team batted for the only one over before the end of day’s play and still trail by 300 runs.

India made two changes for the final Test. Indian Captain Virat Kohli was forced to sit out due to a shoulder injury, Kuldeep Yadav was drafted into the side to replace the batsman. Senior Pacer Ishant Sharma was dropped to make way for pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Kuldeep dismissed Warner and Marsh  in quick succession. The debutant only got better with time as he dismissed Peter Handscomb (8) with a peach of delivery and bowled out Glenn Maxwell (8) with a wrong’un.

R Ashwin dismissed Smith in the second session to put the hosts in command.