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Australia 290 for 5 Steve Smith 52* Brad Haddin 14* Australia’s lead sits pretty on 363 at the end of Day Four. Australia 282 for 5 Steve Smith 51* Brad Haddin 7* Steven Smith, for the second time in the match, crosses the 50-run mark.
Australia 266 for 5 Steve Smith 37* Mitchell Marsh is out trying to hit Rohit Sharma out of the park. Australia 261 for 4 Steve Smith 37* Mitchell Marsh 40* Mitchell Marsh who has come out to bat following the dismissal of David Warner has taken the attack on Karn Sharma. Australia 213 for 4 Steve Smith 29* Karn Sharma gets his second wicket of the innings and finally ends David Warner’s long stay at the wicket.
Australia 195 for 3 David Warner 100* Steve Smith 14* David Warner becomes the 77th batsman and fifth this year to score two hundreds in one Test match. Australia 139 for 1 David Warner 69* Shane Watson 33* Session Two belonged completely to Australia. Australia 117 for 1 David Warner 65* Shane Watson 26* Australia are cruising along well and safely. Australia 93 for 1 David Warner 50* Shane Watson 20* Australia has extended the lead comfortable as David Warner continues his good form with the bat and brings up yet another Test half-century.
Australia 64 for 1 David Warner 37* Shane Watson 6* There are some bizarre tactics used by Virat Kohli.
Australia 32 for no loss David Warner 13* Chris Rogers 19* Australian openers – David Warner and Chris Rogers have safely seen through the passage of the first 10 overs. Australia 12 for no loss David Warner 5* Chris Rogers 7* With just 45 minutes of play possible in the first session for Australia, Chris Rogers and David Warner are off to a cautious start.
India 444 Varun Aaron 3* India’s innings gets done and dusted way earlier than expected on Day Four. India 422 for 9 Mohammed Shami 15* Varun Aaron 0* Nathan Lyon is running through the Indian batting order!
India 419 for 7 Wriddhiman Saha 24* Mohammed Shami 13* There was a third wicket of the day in sight, but Peter Siddle dropped a rather regulation catch and went for a boundary on one bounce. India 399 for 6 Wriddhiman Saha 21* Against the run of play, Rohit Sharma gives a return catch to Nathan Lyon. India 391 for 5 Rohit Sharma 39* Wriddhiman Saha 17* Indian batsmen – Rohit Sharma and Wriddhiman Saha have negotiated well in the first half an hour of play.
Hello and welcome to the live cricket score updates as Rohit Sharma and Wriddhiman Saha walk out to bat in the middle and resume India’s innings at 369 for five against Australia on Day Four of the first Test match at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on Friday.
Australia: Michael Clarke (c), David Warner, Chris Rogers, Shane Watson, Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh, Brad Haddin (wk), Mitchell Johnson, Peter Siddle, Ryan Harris, Nathan Lyon.
India: Virat Kohli (c), Shikhar Dhawan, Murali Vijay, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Rohit Sharma, Karn Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Varun Aaron, Ishant Sharma. However, the highlight of the day was how the Australian players came to check on Virat Kohli and Miotchell Johnson after Kohli washit on the helmet off his first delivery while facing Johnson. India 367 for 5  Rohit Sharma 32* Wriddhiman Saha 0* Wriddhiman Saha who has come out to bat following the dismissal of Virat Kohli is welcomed with a well-directed bouncer which hit hard on his fingers.
Virat Kohli has more Test hundreds in Australia than Inzamam, Younis Khan, M Jayawardene, Sangakkara, Rahul Dravid, Mohd.
India 367 for 5  Rohit Sharma 32* Late on Day Three, India lose the wicket of Virat Kohli, who was looking brilliant in the middle.
India 363 for 4  Virat Kohli 113* Rohit Sharma 30* There have been way too many leg before wicket appeals that have been turned down, especially against Nathan Lyon. India 355 for 4  Virat Kohli 112* Rohit Sharma 23* This is as good spell as one could’ve seen from Nathan Lyon. India 346 for 4  Virat Kohli 107* Rohit Sharma 19* Rohit Sharma is enjoying every time the ball is pitched up.
India 333 for 4  Virat Kohli 103* Rohit Sharma 11* Virat Kohli slams his second Test century at Adelaide. India 312 for 4  Virat Kohli 84* Rohit Sharma 9* India has gone past the 300-run mark with ease; six wickets still in hand.
India 294 for 4  Virat Kohli 74* Rohit Sharma 1* Yet another wicket gone after a well made half-century.
India 275 for 3  Virat Kohli 63* Ajinkya Rahane 55* Ajinkya Rahane is looking good as he races away to a Test fifty.
India 236 for 3  Virat Kohli 52* Ajinkya Rahane 28* Virat Kohli has just gone past yet another half-century in Test cricket.
India 223 for 3  Virat Kohli 48* Ajinkya Rahane 19* India go in at Tea without any further damage. India 210 for 3  Virat Kohli 43* Ajinkya Rahane 11* There have been quite a few occasions where Australia have made a loud convincing appeal for caught behinds and leg before wicket, but they have all been rightly declined. India 207 for 3  Virat Kohli 41* Ajinkya Rahane 10* After some initial struggle, Ajinkya Rahane and Virat Kohli have slowly managed to get the scorecard moving. India 163 for 2 Cheteshwar Pujara 60* Virat Kohli 20* Indian batsmen – Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli have toned down their approach post lunch. India 152 for 2 Cheteshwar Pujara 51* Virat Kohli 18* Cheteshwar Pujara scores yet another Test fifty. India 147 for 2 Cheteshwar Pujara 47* Virat Kohli 17* India has come out to bat after lunch and are having no trouble in dealing with the Australian bowlers. India 119 for 2 Cheteshwar Pujara 34* Virat Kohli 3* Australian bowlers have done well in conditions that haven’t been the easiest for them. India 101 for 1 Murali Vijay 49* Cheteshwar Pujara 23* Mitchell Marsh is hitting the deck slightly short of good length and forcing Murali Vijay to play on the backfoot. India 94 for 1 Murali Vijay 46* Cheteshwar Pujara 19* Both the Indian batsmen – Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara are going along well. India 62 for 1 Murali Vijay 17* Cheteshwar Pujara 16* Murali Vijay and Chesteshwar Pujara have got off to a good start. India 15 for 0 Murali Vijay 0* Shikhar Dhawan 15* India is up and running with a couple of boundaries by Shikhar Dhawan.
India 0 for 0 Murali Vijay 0* Shikhar Dhawan 0*: Australia have declared their first innings at 517 for seven. You can catch the live cricket score updates as Steve Smith and Mitchell Johnson will resume Australia’s innings at 517 for seven against Indian on Day Three of the first Test match at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on Thursday. It was only in the last over of the day that India managed to dismiss Michael Clarke who was looking to hit the bowlers out of the park in a bid to score quick runs.

Live Cricket Score Updates, India vs Australia 2014-15 1st Test, Day 5 at Adelaide: AUS beat IND by 48 runs!
Hello and welcome to the live cricket score updates as India and Australia take on each other in Day Five of first Test match at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on Saturday. India 310 for 8 K Sharma 1*, Varun Aaron 0* Mohammad Shami plays a poor shot and that’s the end of him!
India 305 for 7 K Sharma 0*, Mohammed Shami 1* Things have certainly quietened down after Saha’s wicket with Karn blocking out Peter Siddle. India 268 for 4 Virat Kohli 121* Rohit Sharma 5* India has brought down the required runs down to 100 with six wickets in hand.
India 242 for 4 Virat Kohli 100* Rohit Sharma 0* The game turns around again as Australia get another wicket. India 237 for 2 Murali Vijay 99*, Virat Kohli 100* Virat Kohli slams a record second ton in the same Test and becomes the second player to do so in his first match as a captain after Greg Chappell.
India 205 for 2 Murali Vijay 85*, Virat Kohli 82* India has taken the upperhand in the match. Virat Kohli 2000 Test runs in 53 inns Quickest for India: 40 innings by Rahul Dravid and Virender Sehwag!
India 203 for 2 Murali Vijay 85*, Virat Kohli 80* Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli are going on slowly. India 159 for 2 Murali Vijay 66*, Virat Kohli 60* Virat Kohli has played a fine captain’s knock. India 116 for 2 Murali Vijay 50*, Virat Kohli 33* Murali Vijay has played a crucial knock here to bring up his second half-century of the match.
India 105 for 2 Murali Vijay 47*, Virat Kohli 25* This has been an equally good session for both teh sides, with favours slightly tilted towards India. India 100 for 2 Murali Vijay 44*, Virat Kohli 23* India have crossed the 100-run mark without any further damage. India 78 for 2 Murali Vijay 30*, Virat Kohli 15* Virat Kohli is looking superbly confident with his stroke-making. India 61 for 2  in 20 Overs Murali Vijay 21*, Virat Kohli 1* Nathan Lyon gets the breakthrough! India 57 for 1  in 17 Overs Murali Vijay 21*, Cheteshwar Pujara 25*  Vijay and Pujara are looking comfortable at the crease and appeals keep coming from the Australian bowlers and from Lyon in particular. India 33 for 1  in 13 Overs  Murali Vijay 10*, Cheteshwar Pujara 12* There are no signs of Australia holding back on the appeals. David Warner struck his second century of the match and brought up the 78th instance of two ton is one Test and the sixth time this year. The debutante is smashed for three sixes and a boundary off the 64th over as Australia make their intent for quick runs clear.
Warner had previously achieved this feat against Australia in March this year in New Lands, Cape Town.
Varun Aaron manages to dismiss David Warner and give him an animated send-off, but that is a hoax moment of happiness for India as replays suggest that Varun Aaron had over-stepped by a big margin. He bags his fifth wicket as Ishant Sharma, who came into bat following the dismissal of Wriddhiman Saha, gets an edge and gives an easy catch to the fielder at silly mid-on. Wriddhiman Saha’s vigil comesto an end as he plays a forward defensive shot to an off-spin and gets the outside edge.
Australia declared their first innings at 517 for seven. Michael Clarke declared Australia’s innings for their overnight score of 517 for seven. It was Kohli’s second Test ton at Adelaide and third by an Indian skipper on debut – after Vijay Hazare and Sunil Gavaskar. The entire Adelaide Oval crowd has stood up to applaud the indian skipper for his fine innings. Ajinkya Rahane is out to a brilliant delivery by Nathan Lyon, which hit the rough, bounced more than expected with the turn and bounces off the batsman’s gloves. Nonetheless, having said that, Mitchell Johnson is operating at good line and pushing the batsman on his backfoot with his short of good length deliveries at more than decent pace. Peter Siddle is pitching it fuller, which is making it easier for the Indian batsmen to play their shots. India, led by Virat Kohli put up a fine performance and almost won the match on the last day. Ishant Sharma now comes down the wicket and Lyon sees that bowls a wide delivery down the leg side and he ends up getting stumped by Haddin and it sparks off wild celebrations and the team is in a huddle. Clarke gives the ball back to Johnson, who starts things off with a beautiful delivery that went into the batsmen and the umpire had no doubts in raising the finger.
Virat Kohli faces Lyon and the Indian skipper smashes a short delivery to the boundary, piercing the gap in the deep. These are big, big runs with t he wicketkeeper coming down the track and smashing the the ball for a six and then sweeping down to deep mid wicket for a boundary. He has truly led the way for India and helpedit bail from a certain defeat to a probable victory. Michael Clarke played an aggressive gamble by declaring the innings on the overnight lead of 363 runs, challenging India to go for the target. Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli have done well to negotiate the tough times against Nathan Lyon and Mitchell Johnson. Pujara has to go and its a beautiful delivery that pitched outside off and spun into the batsman and the Indian No 3 could only nick it to the keeper. Here again, the ball pitches outside off and hits Pujara on the pads and the ball turned a mile and was missing the leg stump. Excessively so and at this rate, we can expect a warning or two from one of the umpires here. With Nathan Lyon on, Michael Clarke got his fielders around Cheteshwar Pujara’s bat and five of those deliveries had the bowler and the close-in fielders appealing for a no-brainier of a bat bat.
Australia skipper Michael Clarke declared for the second time in the innings for the overnight score of 290 for five, giving India a target of 364. It remains to be seen how Indian batsmen react to the challenge – whether they take a cautious approach or go the full monty. However, despite the fall of his wicket, Australia are still in complete command of the match. David Warner b KV Sharma 102 (166b) Meanwhile, another war of words breaks out between the players. As soon as the visuals are shown in the big screen, the Australian supporters cheer loudly. Meanwhile, there is a bit of heated altercation in the middle between Shane Watson and the Indian players.

After the left-hander left an incoming delivery from Peter Siddle which was turned down for leg before wicket, the next ball was pitched full and the stumps were shattered. The off-spinner has possibly been the best bowler of the match and definitly the one who has most troubled the Indian batsmen. However, now that both the batsmen in the middle -Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane are set – they need to put on a much bigger partnership. But unlike Chesteshwar Pujara and Murali Vijay, he needs to carry on longer, play an innings of a greater significance. After probing the batsman with a  nagging line outside the off-stump, where the off-spinner was pitching on the ruff, one ball turns in, hits the bat and rolls on to the stump dead. More importantly, they aren’t looking troubled in the middle against the Australian pacers. They are up against Mitchell Johnson, who is bowling with great pace and getting the ball to angle out from the right-handed Murali Vijay.
Michael Clarke and Steve smith brought up their centuries as the two showed sublime form and class while dealing with the Indian bowlers who looked clueless.
He received a standing ovation by the Adelaide crowd once he went past his 100 and jogged all the way to the mark of 408 on the ground as a tribute to Phillip Hughes, to raise his bat. It is another delivery, short and he Kohli tries to clear the fence and it straight to Mitchell Marsh in the deep.
Saha had done enough but he decided to go for another big hit and is caught out of the crease and is stumped!!! The two wrong decisions against Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane would have hurt the Indians, but they have put up a strong show. Unfortunately for him and India, they have lost two wickets with no added runs on the board. In company of Murali Vijay, Virat Kohli has stitched one of the best partnerships by Indian overseas.
Ryan Harris is coming in from around the wicket.The tide of the game has turned in favour of India and now they have to try everything under the sun to unsettle the Indian batsmen. Virat Kohli and Co have accepted the challenge and now need 159 more runs to win the Test match with eight wickets in hand. With foot marks on both ends, it is highly likely that more part-time spinners will have a role to play in the next two sessions for Australia. Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon, Australia’s two best bowlers in the match are operating from either ends. There vvvgffhave been two exquisite boundaries that were sandwiched between the loud, baring and hopeful voices of the close-catching fielders.
The ball went to Brad Haddin to his right and the senior wicketkeeper took a brilliant diving catch. While Mitchell Johnson steamed in and bowled fast, Nathan Lyon grabbed a five-wicket haul with the spell of his life.
The lead has crossed the 200-run mark and there looks very little possibility of India to triumphing over Australia.
Murali Vijay, Chesteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya ERahane all batted well and scored runs at a first clip on the wicket that assisted run scoring. Even as draw looks like the most likely result in less than two and a half days, it is great to watch both the sides playing aggressive cricket.
He needs to score another century in Adelaide if he has to put India in a commanding position. Meanwhile, the Adelaide crowd is indulging well in the game, resting with cucumber helmets in the green lawns of the stadium.
Having seen off the danger period, with a flat deck on offer, Indian batsmen should make merry. Nonetheless, Michael Clarke has continued to attack and has been innovative with his captaincy. Rahul Dravid is confident that if India see through the initial period, batting will become easier. Ishant Sharma, who had a good first day, too erred and strayed with his bowling way too often. There were times when Virat Kohli’s lack of aggression and creativity were found out as a captain. Australia had quite a few star performers – David Warner, Steven Smith and Michael Clarke scored centuries. He in company of Murali Vijay have blunted the Australian bowling attck, especially the turners by Nathan Lyon.
First, it was Pujara who spanked Peter Siddle on the offside and it beat the deep cover fielder to get a boundary. Yet, Michael Clarke threw the challenge up for India instead of playing it safe by taking the chances of defeat totally off. Warner has been in fine form this year, becoming the first Australian opener in last five years since Simon Katich to aggregate over 1,000 runs in one calender year.
Karn Sharma is bowling well and will be crucial if India have to bundle out Australia soon in the second innings. However, despite scoring easy half-centuries, they couldn’t translate that into a big score. India 30 for 1 Murali Vijay 5*  Michael Clarke has made a bold move by introducing Nathan Lyon early. Murali Vijay then latched on to a rare overpitched delivery from Lyon to step down the track and smash the ball straight past mid on for a boundary. This has been a tough innings by the Indian skipper so far after getting rattled by Mitchell Johnson’s bouncer early in the innings.
However, the dismissal of Murali Vijay late in the first session on Day Three will hurt India.
They are scoring at around five runs per over.Murali Vijay is taking on the spinner and hits him for a huge six over the long on fence. After all the bonhomie over the last three days, this is vintage Indo-Australian cricketing rivalry back!

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