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Australia Vs India 4th Test Day 4 Highlights – jan 06,2019 – Aus Vs Ind

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Aus Vs Ind 4th Test Day 4 Highlights Where: Perth Stadium, Perth When: 06,jan-2019 Series: India tour of Australia, 2018-19 So Watch Free Today Australia Vs India 4th Test Day 4 Highlights . We Provide HD cricket highlights
Australia finished the third day on 266 for 6 in Sydney Test. Tim Peyon’s team was still behind 386 runs from India’s first innings. And only 187 runs needed to avoid follow-on. It was only then understood that Team Pane could fall on the fourth day in the follow-on. That’s exactly what happened in the end. India’s bowlers picked up the remaining 4 wickets for 64 runs in a half-a-half in the fourth day. Australia were all out for 300 in the first innings after the follow-on batting again.

The last session was not played in 16.3 overs due to bad weather. Before the scheduled time, the game was about to start. But the rain did not make the first session to play in the field. India’s captain Virat Kohli has taken a new ball when he stops the rain. Before adding runs to the scoreboard, in the first over, Pat Cummins reaffirmed the logic of taking a new ball, Mohammad Shami proved. Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood tried to do the best at an average of 42 runs in the last wicket. However, the first innings of the first day of the game, Kuladipvad Yadav turned back to Hazlewood.

Yadav took 5 wickets for 99 runs. 64 years ago, the last five wickets for the tourists’ left-arm spinner in Australia, England’s Spaniard Jonny Wardle took 5 wickets against Australia in this 1955. And as touring spinner 6 years ago, Rangana Herath, who took 5 wickets in Australia’s first match, made an example of ‘Chinaman’ Yadav.

In the first innings, Kohli was ahead by 32 runs and Kohli decided to send the follow-up to Australia. After 31 years, Australia were forced to follow the follow-on to the home ground for the first time. The last time it happened was against England in Sydney in 1988. And in any field trial, after the Trent Bridge test in 2005, Australia got to follow this first. After batting in the second innings, Australia made 6 runs without any wicket and did not play for the light of the nightmares and bad weather.