India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face

India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face

India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face team India has a good chance to win the Boxing day test.

India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face
India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face

India vs Australia 3rd test day 4: the match has gone in exiting face

The match between India and Australia is played on the third day of the Melbourne Test match.

Until the end of the third day, India had scored 54 runs in the second innings at the loss of five wickets.

Mayank Agarwal 28 and Rishabh Pant are at 06 runs on the crease.

Earlier, with the deadly bowling of pace bowler Jaspreet Bumrah, India got a massive 292-run lead in the first innings.

But after this, Australia did not invite India to follow-up in a little bit.

If India had followed Australia, then India’s hold could have been stronger in the match.

If Kohli used to follow Australia, then the Indian team could get two or three wickets till the end of the third day’s play.

  We can say this by looking at the condition of the pitch and the form of Indian bowlers.

  In such a situation, India would be ahead of the current situation in Melbourne and it may be that on the fourth day, Team India could make the lead of 2-1 in this series.

Australia was stacked on 151 in the face of a deadly bowling attack of Bumrahah (six for 33 runs).

In this way, India achieved a 292-run lead. Captain Virat Kohli did not follow Australia following the current trend while the Indian bowlers were not tired and the weather department predicted the rain in the next two days.

India, who declared their last innings at 443 for seven wickets, scored 54 runs for five wickets in their second innings till the end of the third day and their total increase has been 346 runs.

India is in a strong position to falter the top order but also make the series 2-1 ahead.

After Australia’s innings ended on 151 runs, the Indian team came out to bat and Pat Cummins bowled a killer spell.

Cummins (four for ten runs) gave the name of fast bowlers on the third day.

A total of 15 wickets fell in the day, out of which 13 wickets were for fast bowlers. In the third season alone, eight wickets fell.