India Vs Australia 4th Test Day 3 Live Scorecard

November 8th, 2008 Posted in One Day Match

On watching out yeaterdays play Australia are trying to keep their head cool and playing very slowly. They are not making any mistakes. I hope this match is turning into a boring match and a draw at the end.

Yesterday Harbajan Picked up his 300th international wicket and 200th wicket in indian soil. Debutant  JJ Krejza from Australia grabbed 8 wickets in the first innings. Lets see today who will dominate the 3rd day.

India need early wickets and if they can’t manage to do that, this might be well heading for a draw. Aussies going great at the moment with good run rate and if they continue the same till lunch without losing a wicket, chances are good that they might even get a lead and put pressure back on India. Dhoni should test his luck in 1st session and if that don’t work out then start playing defensively and bring run rate down and try to waste time which will ensure a draw and a series win :)

The day 2 of the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy, completely belonged to Australians in general and debutant off-spinner Jason Krejza in particular. The tweaker from Tasmania, produced an astonishing spell in the post lunch session, snaring 5 wickets as India slipped from a commanding 422/5 to 441 all-out. The visitors then wrested the initiative from the hosts when Simon Katich, with an unbeaten 92 and Mike Hussey with 45, stitched a fine unconquered 115 partnership for the third wicket to take Australian score to 189/2 at the end of play on the second day, 260 adrift of the Indian total with 8 wickets in the kitty.

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