3rd Test Day-4: India got the target of 407 runs to win, 309 runs required on the last day

New Delhi: The third match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia’s team scored 312 runs in their second innings losing 6 wickets on the fourth day of play and declared the innings. He has given a target of 407 runs to win Team India, which seems quite difficult. Earlier in 1976, India had scored a target of 406 against the West Indies in the fourth innings and registered a stunning win over the West Indies. Both the teams are currently 1-1 in the series.

Australia’s name was on the fourth day of the Sydney Test. Carrying on yesterday’s innings, Labushane scored a brilliant 73, playing 118 balls. Smith scored 81 runs from 167 balls, batting once again. Cameron Green scored a brilliant 84. Tim Paine was out for 39 runs. For India, Ravichandran Ashwin and Navdeep Saini took 2-2 wickets. Bumrah and Siraj got a 1-1 wicket. Jadeja was unable to bowl due to injury, which India had to bear.

Chasing a target of 407 runs, India has scored 98 runs at the loss of 2 wickets. Rohit Sharma returned to the pavilion after scoring 52 runs. India needs 309 runs to win on the last day with 8 wickets left in their hands.

Rohit Sharma, who came to the opening from Team India on the fourth day of the third Test, scored 52 and was dismissed for a six off Cummins’ ball. Shubman Gill scored 31 runs. Pujara is unbeaten on 9 and Rahane 4 runs at the end of the day’s play. Hazlewood and Cummins have taken one wicket each for Australia. Earlier, Australia declared their second innings scoring 312 runs at the loss of 6 wickets, and challenged India to 407 runs. Australia had scored 338 runs in the first innings. India was able to score 244 runs in the first innings. The game of the fifth and last day will start at 4.30 am Indian time.