2nd Test Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 30 April 2017

West Indies vs Pakistan

3rd Test,
Pakistan tour of West Indies, 2017, Roseau, Dominica

West Indies vs Pakistan

10 May 2017 19:30 (IST)

1st Match,
New Zealand and Bangladesh in Ireland Tri-Series, 2017, Dublin

Ireland vs Bangladesh

12 May 2017 15:15 (IST)

1st Test, Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune, 23 February 2017

India vs Australia

India 4th Inn:107/10 (33.5)

Umesh Yadav 0 (1);
Steve O'Keefe 15-4-35-6; Nathan Lyon 14.5-2-53-4;

Last bat: Jayant Yadav

Result: Australia won by 333 runs.

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India 2nd Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Murali Vijay lbw O'Keefe 2 23 0 0 8.7
Lokesh Rahul lbw Lyon 10 9 1 0 111.11
Cheteshwar Pujara lbw O'Keefe 31 58 2 0 53.45
Virat Kohli(c) b O'Keefe 13 37 1 0 35.14
Ajinkya Rahane c Lyon & b O'Keefe 18 21 3 0 85.71
Ravichandran Ashwin lbw O'Keefe 8 11 1 0 72.73
Wriddhiman Saha(wk) lbw O'Keefe 5 13 1 0 38.46
Ravindra Jadeja b Lyon 3 11 0 0 27.27
Jayant Yadav c Wade & b Lyon 5 17 1 0 29.41
Ishant Sharma c Warner & b Lyon 0 2 0 0 0
Umesh Yadav not out 0 1 0 0 0
             
Extras(b - 8, lb - 4, w - 0, nb - 0)12
Total(107 all out in 33.5 overs)107 (3.16 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/10 (Murali Vijay, 4.5 ov.) 2/16 (Lokesh Rahul, 5.3 ov.) 3/47 (Virat Kohli, 16.2 ov.)
4/77 (Ajinkya Rahane, 22.3 ov.) 5/89 (Ravichandran Ashwin, 24.4 ov.) 6/99 (Wriddhiman Saha, 28.3 ov.)
7/100 (Cheteshwar Pujara, 28.5 ov.) 8/102 (Ravindra Jadeja, 31.4 ov.) 9/102 (Ishant Sharma, 31.6 ov.)
10/107 (Jayant Yadav, 33.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mitchell Starc 2 2 0 0 0  
Nathan Lyon 14.5 2 53 4 3.57  
Steve O'Keefe 15 4 35 6 2.33  
Josh Hazlewood 2 0 7 0 3.5  
               

Australia 2nd Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner lbw Ashwin 10 6 2 0 166.67
Shaun Marsh lbw Ashwin 0 21 0 0 0
Steven Smith(c) lbw Ravi Jadeja 109 202 11 0 53.96
Peter Handscomb c Vijay & b Ashwin 19 34 3 0 55.88
Matt Renshaw c Ishant & b Jayant Yadav 31 50 5 0 62
Mitchell Marsh c Saha & b Ravi Jadeja 31 76 4 1 40.79
Matthew Wade(wk) c Saha & b Umesh 20 42 2 0 47.62
Mitchell Starc c Rahul & b Ashwin 30 31 2 3 96.77
Steve O'Keefe c Saha & b Ravi Jadeja 6 42 1 0 14.29
Nathan Lyon lbw Umesh 13 13 1 1 100
Josh Hazlewood not out 2 6 0 0 33.33
             
Extras(b - 4, lb - 9, w - 0, nb - 1)14
Total(285 all out in 87 overs)285 (3.28 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/10 (David Warner, 0.6 ov.) 2/23 (Shaun Marsh, 6.6 ov.) 3/61 (Peter Handscomb, 20.6 ov.)
4/113 (Matt Renshaw, 34.1 ov.) 5/169 (Mitchell Marsh, 53.2 ov.) 6/204 (Matthew Wade, 65.6 ov.)
7/246 (Steven Smith, 74.5 ov.) 8/258 (Mitchell Starc, 77.6 ov.) 9/279 (Nathan Lyon, 83.4 ov.)
10/285 (Steve O'Keefe, 86.6 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Ravichandran Ashwin 28 3 119 4 4.25  
Ravindra Jadeja 33 10 65 3 1.97  
Umesh Yadav 13 1 39 2 3  
Jayant Yadav 10 1 43 1 4.3  
Ishant Sharma 3 0 6 0 2  
               

India 1st Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Murali Vijay c Wade & b Hazlewood 10 19 1 0 52.63
Lokesh Rahul c Warner & b O'Keefe 64 97 10 1 65.98
Cheteshwar Pujara c Wade & b Mitch Starc 6 23 1 0 26.09
Virat Kohli(c) c Handscomb & b Mitch Starc 0 2 0 0 0
Ajinkya Rahane c Handscomb & b O'Keefe 13 55 1 0 23.64
Ravichandran Ashwin c Handscomb & b Lyon 1 4 0 0 25
Wriddhiman Saha(wk) c Steven Smith & b O'Keefe 0 2 0 0 0
Ravindra Jadeja c Mitch Starc & b O'Keefe 2 14 0 0 14.29
Jayant Yadav st Wade & b O'Keefe 2 10 0 0 20
Umesh Yadav c Steven Smith & b O'Keefe 4 11 0 0 36.36
Ishant Sharma not out 2 5 0 0 40
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 0, nb - 1)1
Total(105 all out in 40.1 overs)105 (2.61 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/26 (Murali Vijay, 6.5 ov.) 2/44 (Cheteshwar Pujara, 14.2 ov.) 3/44 (Virat Kohli, 14.4 ov.)
4/94 (Lokesh Rahul, 32.2 ov.) 5/95 (Ajinkya Rahane, 32.4 ov.) 6/95 (Wriddhiman Saha, 32.6 ov.)
7/95 (Ravichandran Ashwin, 33.3 ov.) 8/98 (Jayant Yadav, 36.3 ov.) 9/101 (Ravindra Jadeja, 38.2 ov.)
10/105 (Umesh Yadav, 40.1 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mitchell Starc 9 2 38 2 4.22  
Steve O'Keefe 13.1 2 35 6 2.66  
Josh Hazlewood 7 3 11 1 1.57  
Nathan Lyon 11 2 21 1 1.91  
               

Australia 1st Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Matt Renshaw c Vijay & b Ashwin 68 156 10 1 43.59
David Warner b Umesh 38 77 6 0 49.35
Steven Smith(c) c Kohli & b Ashwin 27 95 2 0 28.42
Shaun Marsh c Kohli & b Jayant Yadav 16 55 3 0 29.09
Peter Handscomb lbw Ravi Jadeja 22 45 3 0 48.89
Mitchell Marsh lbw Ravi Jadeja 4 18 0 0 22.22
Matthew Wade(wk) lbw Umesh 8 20 1 0 40
Mitchell Starc c Ravi Jadeja & b Ashwin 61 63 6 3 96.83
Steve O'Keefe c Saha & b Umesh 0 13 0 0 0
Nathan Lyon lbw Umesh 0 1 0 0 0
Josh Hazlewood not out 1 31 0 0 3.23
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 6, w - 0, nb - 9)15
Total(260 all out in 94.5 overs)260 (2.74 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/82 (David Warner, 27.2 ov.) 2/119 (Shaun Marsh, 46.4 ov.) 3/149 (Peter Handscomb, 59.2 ov.)
4/149 (Steven Smith, 60.1 ov.) 5/166 (Mitchell Marsh, 67.4 ov.) 6/190 (Matthew Wade, 75.4 ov.)
7/196 (Matt Renshaw, 78.3 ov.) 8/205 (Steve O'Keefe, 81.4 ov.) 9/205 (Nathan Lyon, 81.5 ov.)
10/260 (Mitchell Starc, 94.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Ishant Sharma 11 0 27 0 2.45  
Ravichandran Ashwin 34.5 10 63 3 1.81  
Jayant Yadav 13 1 58 1 4.46  
Ravindra Jadeja 24 4 74 2 3.08  
Umesh Yadav 12 3 32 4 2.67  
               
All|Overs 1-50|Overs 51-100
4

to Vijay, byes, FOUR, loads of turn for . Pitches it on middle, gets it to spin further down leg. Beats Wade and runs away to the fence

W

to Vijay, out Lbw!! Vijay has been given OUT lbw. He decides to review. Fair delivery. No bat involved. HawkEye coming up: Pitched - in-line. Impact - in-line. Wickets - Umpire's call. Since the on-field call was OUT, Vijay has to walk back to the hut. Early blow for India. strikes. A drifter that came back in, dipped and rapped Vijay flush on the pad as he missed his forward defence. Stunned silence in the crowd. Vijay lbw b 2(23)

4

to Rahul, FOUR, overpitches a tad and pays the price. A juicy half-volley outside off, Rahul extends his hands, leans forward and creams the drive through extra cover

W

to Rahul, out Lbw!! Rahul has been given OUT lbw. He has a chat with Che and opts to review. Fair delivery. Looks like no bat involved. Nothing on the UltraEdge. What's HawkEye saying? Pitched - in-line. Impact - Umpire's call. Wickets - hitting. So Rahul has to depart and worse is, India lose both their reviews. Both openers are back in the hut now. Two wickets in two overs and the Aussies are over the moon. An off-break from , pitched outside off and turned back in viciously, Rahul was late to bring his bat down in defence, misses and is slammed low on the pad. Rahul lbw b 10(9) [4s-1]

4

to Pujara, byes, FOUR, woah. This one explodes from the rough with vicious bounce, startles Pujara and beats him on the inside-edge. Wade can't collect it and it nutmegs him as well

4

to Kohli, FOUR, here's the Kohli special. Gets the luck he wanted in the last over and now decides to rub it in. Puts his rubbery wrists to some use now as he strides right to the pitch of the delivery and smears it with his flicky drive. All along the extra cover carpet

4

to Pujara, FOUR, just the width. And Pujara releases the pressure with a steer. Very well timed and uses just the hint of width to perfection

W

to Kohli, out Bowled!! A shocker for Kohli. A shocker for the crowd. Kohli shoulders his way to his doom. And once again on this minefield, it is the one that refuses to turn that bags another wicket. And no bigger than this guy's. Kohli stretches his front leg hoping to cover the line of the ball, the line that keeps gaining in angle. With the bat on the upward hoist, the off-stick is on the floor sleeping. Kohli b 13(37) [4s-1]

4

to Rahane, FOUR, off the outside edge. Streaky looking but this seems to be the only way to help yourself to some runs here. Rahane flays at a short one and gets the thick outside edge ballooning over the two men in the slip cordon

4

to Rahane, FOUR, width again. Helps himself to another boundary. With a wristy slap through the covers

4

to Pujara, FOUR, swivels and a rare loose ball dispatched. Short, turning in on the pads and Pujara swats it rolling his wrists on it to keep it down as he guides it to long leg. Into the fence

4

to Rahane, FOUR, brings out the sweep. Not his strongest but effective on a surface such as this. Fetches it from outside the line of off and sinks on a knee to nail it with a roll of the wrists

W

to Rahane, out Caught by Lyon!! A tame end. And he cannot believe how meek he looks while playing that either. Stands and loathes. A grenade like explosion off the track and Rahane unwittingly looks to drive it on the up. Away from his body as well. But the sharp bounce gets him high on the bat and the fielder at cover gobbles up a sitter. Another nail in the coffin. The coffin that was already laid. Is that India's chase with it? Rahane c Lyon b 18(21) [4s-3]

4

to Ashwin, FOUR, out comes the innovation. From Ashwin this time. Reverses his blade and reverses the fortune. Meets the ball from well in front and brooms it away through the cordon, the overpopulated cordon

W

to Ashwin, out Lbw!! We take matters upstairs. All happening here. The Aussies are up in arms for everything. A bat pad stuck defence from Ashwin and there is no way an umpire could rule that in the favour of the bowler. That's why we have the DRS. Okay here we go - yes a mighty close affair, but it looks like it is the pad first. Just about. Three reds on the HawkEye. The wrecker in chief has another. Ashwin lbw b 8(11) [4s-1]

4

to Saha, FOUR, a low full toss. Perhaps the first bad ball in ages. That's one way to take the pitch out of the attack. Saha clears his front leg and drives it past a diving mid-off

W

to Pujara, out Lbw!! All it took was a couple of deliveries. It is India's last hope - the final straw the eternal optimists were holding on to. Once again, an Indian batsmen looks to play for the turn and brings about his downfall. A straight one keeps veering in with the arm and goes past the bat searching for the turn on the defence. Dead straight. now with six in either innings. And three are yet to be poached. Scary! Pujara lbw b 31(58) [4s-2]

W

to Jadeja, out Bowled!! Chopped on! The ball wasn't quite there for the cut and Jadeja has underedged it back onto off-stump. Well deserved reward for here. He's troubled most batsmen but hasn't got the success he deserves. India eight down. Jadeja b 3(11)

W

to Ishant, out Caught by Warner!! Turn and bounce, takes a bit of glove and is taken at leg-slip! Ishant simply prodded at it but the ball kicked at him sharply. Australia on the brink! Ishant c Warner b 0(2)

4

to Jayant Yadav, FOUR, slugged away over mid-on. Why not! It's just a matter of time now and Jayant goes down on the back knee and gives it a tonk. It's a miscue but he's able to clear the field

W

to Jayant Yadav, out Caught by Wade!! That's it! Australia complete a 333-run hammering of the hosts to take a 1-0 lead in the series. A sharp off-break from , turning at pace and lobbing up off the pad after kissing the inside edge. Simple enough for Wade. Hang on, replays are in and it's crystal clear that the ball went straight off Jayant's pads, he will consider himself unlucky, but India didn't have a review either. Jayant Yadav c Wade b 5(17) [4s-1]

4

to Warner, FOUR, ooh, what was that? Warner sets his intentions clear. Brings out the reverse sweep and sends it towards third man

4

to Warner, FOUR, and again! This time the conventional sweep. That's the best ploy against . He goes low and brooms it away with swagger through square leg

W

to Warner, out Lbw!! has his redemption. Removes the dangerous Warner. This was the non-turning ball from , Warner made a blunder by playing for the offie. The ball dipped and went straight through to ping Warner low on the pad - bang in front of middle. Looked plumb straightaway and the Aussie vice captain didn't bother to review. Just put his head down and trudged back to the pavilion. Warner lbw b 10(6) [4s-2]

4

to Smith, FOUR, Smith will play his shots. Will look to unsettle . Sees a tossed up delivery and slogs it across the line

4

to Smith, FOUR, nicely played. drops it short again, Smith opens the bat face and steers it through point

4

to Smith, FOUR, "No half measures," gushes Ravi Shaz on air. Smith uses his feet, meets the pitch and lifts it over extra cover

W

to Shaun Marsh, out Lbw!! Wickets continue to tumble. India are fighting back in this contest. The change of angle has worked for . That's been his modus operandi. Darts it with the arm from round the wicket, like Warner, Marsh plays for the spin. The ball comes in and strikes him low on the pad. Well, hit in line with the stumps and would've crashed into middle. Shaun Marsh lbw b 0(21)

4

to Handscomb, FOUR, Handscomb gets off the mark. misses his length and dishes out a half-volley outside off, Handscomb extends his hands by transferring his weight forward and creams it through extra cover

4

to Smith, FOUR, "Catch" was the cry from the Indians but Smith splits the gap to perfection. A slowish offie outside off, Smith buries on one knee and plays the sweep, bisects two men in the deep. One bounce and over the ropes. has his hands on his head

D

to Smith, no run, dropped! Vijay is the culprit. An offie that turns back in on middle and leg, Smith flicks, gets an inside edge onto his pad and spoons to leg-slip. Vijay went with one hand but can't hold onto it. Tried to grab it on the second attempt but in vain

4

to Smith, FOUR, improvisation from Smith. The reverse sweep pays off this time. Picked the length early and sends it to deep backward point

4

to Handscomb, FOUR, that's the end of the defensive play. Charges down now. Gets up, close and comfortable to whip it uppishly. Through mid-wicket

4

to Handscomb, FOUR, elegant. Very much so. Takes off all the zip off the surface with a charge and follows it up with a drilling drive through extra cover. A whistler

W

to Handscomb, out Caught by Vijay!! has his third. After two drops, India get the other batsman. The square in-turner from doing the trick. And this time Vijay at leg-slip is alert to gobble up a tickle. Can't blame Handscomb for his attempted glance looking to use the spin as an ally in tucking it around the corner. A jam onto the thigh pad and the lobber. Handscomb c Vijay b 19(34) [4s-3]

OT

to Renshaw, no run, Renshaw sweeps. Renshaw misses. roars. appeals. And gets the finger. The decent one. The matter is taken upstairs. Okay here we go - there looks to be nothing on the bat. Was way early into his broom here to miss it by a long way. Confirmed by the UltraEdge. He's struck right on the box. Off the sunken knee. Was it too high? Oh yes. That's the Pune wicket. And Renshaw's tall frame that comes to his rescue. NOT OUT it is

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, reverses his grip and sweeps his way to glory. The bat comes down high onto the head of the ball and the angled ramp takes it on top of the man at slip. Off the bump ball

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, ohh in an absolute tangle. Makes it look horrible. But earns himself some vital runs. In the form of a boundary. Wanted to sit on the sweep. But the fullish length makes him change his mind at the very last moment and he somehow manages to jam his bat down into the trajectory and gets a faint tickle to run through leg-slip

D

to Smith, no run, another one put down. Mukund again. Smith, the cat bags his fourth life. Had smashed a clip onto his pad and short leg has time to get both hands to it before making a real mess of it

4

Yadav to Smith, FOR, the fence is fond. Yo keep giving him lives and he piles on the bondaries. Is sqared p to an extent to this back of a length delivery and gets enogh meat off the hanging blade to take it past the lone slip

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, how's that for confidence. Doesn't matter the number one bowler bowling on a rank turner. Walks down the track and swings it across the line. A whippy clip

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, and it gets better. A shimmy down the track remains and then responds with a hammer in the air. Wide mid-on is nothing but a spectator in watching it sail over his head

4

Yadav to Renshaw, FOUR, Rahane now has the opportunity to put one down. With some help from Vijay. Both in the slips. Gives Renshaw the chance to live on. Reverses but cannot keep the sweep down. Flies in the air and Vijay, at second slip gets some palm on it to deviate it away. Too late for Rahane to react after that. What's worse - it rolls away into the fence

4

Yadav to Smith, FOR, strays in line and is pnished with aplomb. A gracefl roll of the wrists to flick the half-volley off the pads and into the long leg bondary. It's a half-centry for the Astralian captain. Yes, he's had a charmed life, bt other than those dropped catches, he's looked very secre

W

Yadav to Renshaw, out Caught by Ishant!! Renshaw literally has his hand on the head, not quite believing what he's done. He came down the track to launch it downtown, couldn't quite get to the pitch and sliced it into the hands of Ishant at long-off. The opportunity to rub India into the dirt was there for the taking. He's thrown it away. Renshaw c Ishant b Yadav 31(50) [4s-5]

OT

Yadav to Mitchell Marsh, leg byes, 1 run, loud shout for leg-before. Not given. Lots of turn. Might have been going down. Oh wait, India go for the review. It was darted through outside off and snaked in sharply to beat Marsh's inside edge on the forward defence. But it's surely doing too much. Well, even the impact is marginal as per HawkEye and it would have missed leg anyway

4

to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, driven firmly into the turf and it bounces over Kohli at short extra-cover. Pitched up from Sharma and Marsh lays into it. That should make him feel better

OT

Yadav to Smith, leg byes, 1 run, another review from India. Another review borne out of desperation? Seems so. Ball-tracking isn't in yet and everyone is already preparing for the next ball. Shocking review quite honestly. Smith is hit in front of leg-stump after missing the sweep. Keep in mind that the ball is turning loads. Poor

4

Yadav to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, sheer power from Marsh as he bludgeons a drive down the ground. That has raced away to the boundary. Marsh felt he was close enough to the ball after reaching for it slightly and went through with a flourish

6

Yadav to Mitchell Marsh, SIX, that's gone way back into the stands. Down the track in a jiffy to swipe it over wide long-on. Good positive batting. The crowd, as you'd expect, are quite reluctant to toss back the ball. It takes a fair while before coming back

OT

to Smith, 2 runs, appeal for a run-out, but Smith put in the dive and that might have saved him. Yes, he is safely in. NOT-OUT is the call. This was the straighter one from , Smith was playing for the spin, ekes out an edge through the slip cordon. Jayant chased but his return wasn't the best, Smith put in the dive ands that saved him

4

to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, poor ball from , drops it short and wide of off, Marsh makes room and cuts it in front of square on the off-side, beats the men in the ring and rolls away to the fence

4

to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, lovely shot, fraction short and just outside off, Marsh backs away and cracks it past cover, no need to run for those

4

to Smith, FOUR, more runs for Smith and Australia, tossed one on middle and spun onto his pads, Smith lunged forward and gets an inside edge - off the shoulder of the bat, beats leg-slip and rolls away to the fence. Rahane put in the dive, but he was a bit late there, goes down as another half-chance

4

to Mitchell Marsh, leg byes, FOUR, appeal for LBW, but the ball might have pitched outside leg. This was tossed up and spun across Marsh, he was pressing forward in defence, is beaten on the outside edge, the ball clipped the back thigh, beat Saha and rolls away to the fence

W

to Mitchell Marsh, out Caught by Saha!! Marsh walks and India have struck early on the third morning. RJ had been bowling well without luck, but will this change the tide in his favour? Lovely piece of bowling from the Indian all-rounder, tossed up on middle, dragged Marsh forward on the defensive push, Marsh didn't cover for the spin, went lunging into the shot, gets a feather and Saha does well to grab it. RJ was quick on the appeal and Marsh knew he had nicked it, off he went, breaks a frustrating stand for the Indians. Mitchell Marsh c Saha b 31(76) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

to Smith, FOUR, lovely shot, just a little shimmy down the wicket, Smith gets close the ball, plays agianst the spin and whips it over mid-wicket for a boundary

4

Yadav to Wade, FOUR, cracking shot, tad too short from , Wade spots it early, rocks back and cuts it square behind point, rolls away to the fence in a hurry

4

Yadav to Wade, FOR, lovely shot, fraction overpitched and jst otside off, Wade leans into the drive and finds the gap past cover, the timing is sblime and the ball raced away to the fence

W

Yadav to Wade, ot Caght by Saha!! Edged and caght! This time Wade walks and makes the call easy for mpire Kettleborogh. mesh deserved this wicket, he kept plgging it fll and in that corridor otside off, this was slightly wider, Wade saw the chance to get some rns, threw his hands at that, gets a thick edge and Saha doesn't drop those. Astralia have lost their sixth wicket, bt the overall lead is a handsome 359. The players take drinks at the fall of Wade's wicket. Wade c Saha b Yadav 20(42) [4s-2]

4

Yadav to Smith, FOUR, that's easy pickings for Smith, juicy full-toss from , driven past Ishant at mid-off and the ball rolls away to the fence

4

Yadav to Starc, FOR, cracking shot, overpitched and well otside off, Starc leans into the drive and finds the gap between cover and mid-off, no one moved and Astralia's lead has swelled p to 373

4

to Smith, FOUR, Smith moves onto 98, pushed through flatter and just outside off, he waits on it and cuts it late, beats backward point and rolls away to the fence

OT

to Smith, 2 runs, magnificent Test hundred for Smith, he's chuffed to bits, his first in India. This has been a special special knock from the Australian captain, punches the air in delight and raises his bat to all parts of the ground. Gets a big ovation from the dressing room, his 10th as captain. Coming to the ball, it was flat and just outside off, punched in front of square on the off-side, the call was two and it was always an easy two

4

to Starc, FOUR, Starc is enjoying himself with the bat once again, dropped short and wide of off, cracked away square past point, no need to run for those

6

to Starc, SIX, massive, Australia are batting India out of the Test. This was tossed up just outside off, Starc bends down low, uses his reach to good effect and swipes it high and over long-on

W

to Smith, out Lbw!! Steve Smith has been given OUT lbw, he decides to review. No issues with the front foot. Nothing on the UltraEdge. He has missed the ball by a fair distance. Three reds and Smithy has to depart. You live by the sword and die by the sword. Smith was put down on several occasions and his luck finally runs out. Coming to the ball, it was a slider from , on a shorter length, Smith went back on the pull - the length wasn't ideal. The ball zooms through the deck and raps him on the thigh pad. Was struck right in front of middle. roards and the crowd find their voices back. Smith lbw b 109(202) [4s-11]

6

to Starc, SIX, Starc will play his shots. Sees a tossed up delivery and launches it over long-on, sends it a long way into the stands

6

to Starc, SIX, woah. Starc continues from where he left off in the first innings. tosses it up invitingly outside off, Starc goes low and muscles it into the deep mid-wicket stands

W

to Starc, out Caught by Rahul!! Starc's cameo is over. Tries to do an encore and he is holed out at deep mid-wicket. An offie from , Starc's eyes lit up as he went through with the heave, not off the middle and skews it straight to Rahul at deep mid-wicket, who settles under the dolly. Starc c Rahul b 30(31) [4s-2 6s-3]

4

to O'Keefe, byes, FOUR, this has missed everything. An off-break from , O'Keefe uses his feet, was beaten by the dip and turn. Misses his flick and the ball beats his inside edge, beats Saha as well and runs away to the fence

4

to Lyon, FOUR, there's the release shot. Plonks his front foot forwad and sweeps it crisply in front of square

6

to Lyon, SIX, has he taken it? Nope. More embarrassment for India. Lyon tries to be aggressive, goes low and plays the slog-sweep, skews it in the air towards deep mid-wicket. Umesh Yadav, set himself under it, pouches the ball near the ropes but the momentum takes him over the rope. Messy!

W

Yadav to Lyon, ot Lbw!! Plmbahh. The reverse has done the trick for mesh. Excellent captaincy from Kohli to bring him back. Fll and tailing back in, Lyon was caght in the crease in a state of flx, was late to bring his bat down. The ball zips throgh and pings him on the back pad. Strck in line with the stmps and mpire Richard Kettleborogh's finger goes p in a flash. Lyon doesn't bother to review. Lyon lbw b Yadav 13(13) [4s-1 6s-1]

4

Yadav to O'Keefe, FOR, very wristy from O'Keefe. A half-volley on leg-stmp line, O'Keefe gets his front leg across and whips it fiercely throgh mid-wicket, beats the man patrolling in the deep

W

to O'Keefe, out Caught by Saha!! SOK has been adjudged OUT caught-behind. He reviews. Fair delivery. Yes! There is a spike on the UltraEdge and the On-field call will stay. Australia have been skittled out for 285. This time change of angle does the trick for RJ. He went wide of the crease and slanted in on a fuller length, gets it to turn ever so slightly. O'Keefe was on the front foot to defend, didn't cover for the spin. Gets a tiny feather en route to the keeper. O'Keefe c Saha b 6(42) [4s-1]

4

to Rahul, FOUR, Rahul is off the mark with a four. Swinging down leg, he flicked it uppishly but well wide of square leg. No chance for long leg

4

to Rahul, FOUR, beautiful cover drive. So perfect. Overpitched outside off and he leant on the drive and creamed it wide of cover. No swing that time for and it raced away off the bat

4

to Rahul, FOUR, down leg and easy for Rahul, deftly glanced away down to the fine leg fence. No-one there and third boundary for Rahul

4

to Vijay, FOUR, beautiful shot. Too full from , on the stumps, flicked wide of mid-on and O'Keefe's sliding chest-first dive is in vain. Too much timing on that one

W

to Vijay, out Caught by Wade!! Gone. What a big wicket that is. Huge roar from the Aussies. Vijay closes his eyes in disappointment and curses himself on the way back. He is seen chuntering to himself as he heads inside. Already one side of the ball has been nicely kept in shape by the Aussies for it to reverse later on. This swung in the air well and pitched in the corridor of uncertainty, forced Vijay to play at it after bringing him forward and a regulation edge to the keeper. Vijay makes big scores in the early part of a series and Australia will be relieved to see the back of him. Vijay c Wade b 10(19) [4s-1]

6

to Rahul, SIX, it has been hit for six. But Rahul is in pain. The left shoulder is the problem. He is in pain and Patrick Farhart - the Indian physio is out. A fine shot as he used the feet and got to the pitch before lofting it back over the bowler's head. Clean strike and it went over the sightscreen. As soon as he completed the followthrough on the shot, he grimaced in pain, as the left shoulder turned out to be the problem area

4

to Pujara, FOUR, can't bowl there to Pujara. He is so good on the pads. Full and sliding down, flicked past short leg and it raced away. The fielder at long leg was interested, as was the man from square leg but their chase was a futile one

4

to Rahul, FOUR, lovely. Superb cover drive. Against the spin. It was overpitched but Rahul had a lot to do still. Had to reach out to the pitch and then drive it into the gap. Did so with elan and hit all along the ground. Top shot and shows how much talent this bloke has

W

to Pujara, out Caught by Wade!! What a ball. Rip-snorter that one. "That is an unbelievable delivery, don't think Pujara has done much wrong with that" is the comment from Pup on air. Climbed from a back of a length and was in line with the stumps, Pujara had to play and the ball kissed the glove on the way to Wade. Pujara walks off and loud cheers from the crowd. And you know for what. Enter Kohli. But special from , to get the ball to do something out of the ordinary. Pujara c Wade b 6(23) [4s-1]

W

to Kohli, out Caught by Handscomb!! Gone. And they are mobbing . Kohli is out for a duck. A young Indian fan is shell-shocked. Add a couple hundred more to that list. The Aussies are cock-a-hoop. Poor from Kohli though. Maybe he wanted to exert his dominance against early on. Was well away from his body and outside off, but tried to play the square drive. The feet didn't move and the edge carried comfortably to Handscomb's lap at first slip. He is gleeful as he accepts the offering. That dismissal will bring back horrible memories of that England tour for the Indian captain. That's how he got out repeatedly to Anderson and Co. A failure after a long while for Kohli. A rare sight. And the umpires keep Kohli waiting at the edge of the boundary - as they check for the no-ball, but is fine with the front foot. Kohli c Handscomb b 0(2)

4

to Rahul, FOUR, "catch" was the cry but well wide of backward point. Saw it outside off and got into position early to reverse sweep it. Not in control of the shot, but gets the gap

4

to Rahul, FOUR, lovely shot, slightly overpitched and well wide of off, Rahul leans forward, presents the full face of the bat and caresses it gently through cover-point, no need to run for those

4

to Rahul, FOUR, cracking shot, nothing wrong with the delivery, perhaps a tad too full and a hint of width outside off, Rahul leans forward, plays with a straight bat and finds the gap past Warner at mid-off, needed a dive from Warner, he doesn't and the chase is futile

4

to Rahane, FOUR, lovely shot, fraction short and wide from , Rahane makes his own room by backing away and cuts it square on the off-side, gets going with a boundary

OT

to Rahul, 1 run, fifty for Rahul, gets a good ovation from the crowd, his 2nd in Tests. This was tossed up just outside off, driven back past the diving bowler

4

to Rahul, FOUR, flashed and flashed hard. Rahul will continue to play his shots. A fuller length delivery outside off, Rahul throws his bat and gets a thickish outside edge that flies past the slip cordon

4

to Rahul, FOUR, streaky and four, Rahul will get more runs, but doesn't need to worry a lot. This was full and wide outside off, looking to tempt Rahul into playing the drive. The Karnataka batsman went full throttle, went with hard hands and the edge flew wide of gully for another boundary

4

to Rahul, FOUR, .. and Rahul will keep playing the drive. He was in full control over this shot. Full and wide from , Rahul leans forward, plays with an open face and drives it in front of square on the off-side, there's a man in the deep and he puts in the dive - but in vain

W

to Rahul, out Caught by Warner!! Rahul is OUT and injured. He's sprawling on the ground in massive pain, the Indian physio, Patrick Farhart, comes rushing out. This was a poor shot though, came down the track, doesn't get anywhere near the pitch of the ball - doesn't accept defeat and still goes through with the lofted drive. He ended up slicing it high and over cover. There were two men in the deep for the catch, Warner at long-off and the other at deep cover. The former calls for the catch, rushes in and takes it low. As soon as he played the shot, Rahul was down and out, painful end to what was promising to be a good innings. Rahul c Warner b 64(97) [4s-10 6s-1]

W

to Rahane, out Caught by Handscomb!! That's a stunner and Handscomb is claiming the catch. Rahane isn't going, the third umpire has been called for, the soft signal is OUT. Looks like a clean catch, Rahane has to go now. OUT and India have lost five. Shocked faces in the crowd, but that's a cracking take from Handscomb - at second slip. - the so called weakest link in this Australian bowling line-up has two in an over. Lovely delivery, drifted into Rahane and then spun away, Rahane was looking to turn it towards the on-side, closed the bat-face early, gets a leading edge that lobbed towards gully. Handscomb lunged forward from second slip, got his right-hand under it and holds onto an absolute screamer. He was confident, so were the Aussies, the third umpire has a look and sends Rahane on his way. Rahane c Handscomb b 13(55) [4s-1]

W

to Saha, out Caught by Smith!! is on a roll, he has three in an over. Saha falls for a duck and India are plummeting in Pune. This was tossed up just outside off, not sure what Saha was trying to do, he just hung his bat out to dry, the ball took the thick outside edge, lobbed off Wade's thigh-pad and then lobbed gently to Smith at first slip. He doesn't drop those, Australia are all over India like a rash. Saha c Smith b 0(2)

W

to Ashwin, out Caught by Handscomb!! Australia are celebrating once again. Has the ball gone off Ashwin's shoe and onto the fielder at FSL? Umpire Kettleborough goes to the third umpire, he thinks it's OUT, the soft signal says so and replays are crystal clear. Straight off Ashwin's toe and a wonderful grab by Handscomb at FSL. Should be OUT and it's OUT. India are falling apart in Pune. 94/3 has suddenly become 95/7. The spinners are making merry in Pune. Unlucky for Ashwin - but that's how the game has changed in a matter of moments. This was tossed up on off, Ashwin went back in defence, played with soft hands, the ball went off his toe and towards FSL where Hanscomb completed another brilliant diving catch. Ashwin c Handscomb b 1(4)

W

to Jayant Yadav, out Stumped!! Appeal for a stumping and Wade looks very confident. That's because Jayant's foot is on the line when the stumps were broken. India's freefall continues, they are now 98/8. Lovely bowling from and he has deserved each and every wicket he has got. This was tossed up on off, dragged Jayant forward on the defensive push before spinning past the outside edge. Wade was quick on the stumping, Jayant had dragged his foot out - couldn't get it back in time. OUT is the call. Jayant Yadav st Wade b 2(10)

OT

to Jadeja, no run, Jadeja has been given out caught and he's reviewing it. He thinks it went off his arms, replays aren't clear, it definitely went off his arm, but did it touch his gloves as well? No, it went straight off his forearm and Llong has to change his call. NOT OUT. The crowd cheer as a decision goes in favour of the Indians, this was tossed up down the leg-side, Jadeja was looking to sweep and missed. The ball went on top of the bat, missed the gloves and lobbed to leg-slip - off the forearm

W

to Jadeja, out Caught by Starc!! Five wickets for . He's been mobbed by his mates, he has deserved this after all the slack he has got from the press. Jadeja had to play his shots, India needed runs and unfortunately for him - his slog went straight up in the air. Came down the track, doesn't get anywhere near the ball, swung more in hope than conviction. Starc ran across to his left from long-on, watches the ball all along and clings onto it. India have lost their ninth wicket and Australia will gain a massive first-innings lead, perhaps match-winning as well. The players take drinks with that wicket. Jadeja c Starc b 2(14)

W

to U Yadav, out Caught by Smith!! The capitulation is complete. India are bundled out for a scanty 105. claims six wickets. This was pretty evident, a tossed up delivery on off, Umesh used his feet trying to send the ball out of Pune, the ball spins away, takes the outside edge and carries to Smith at first slip, who won't drop those. U Yadav c Smith b 4(11)

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, runs immediately. But not convincing. Renshaw though will take it. On a length and sliding across Renshaw, who tries to defend that, soft hands ensures the edge dies down and bisects the catching cordon. Runs away to the unmanned third man fence

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, poor delivery and four. Down leg, needed a tickle and Renshaw provided that. Beating backward square to his left. Ishant was the fielder and he didn't dive. The ball raced away past him in a flash

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, hit wide of mid-on. It turned out to be a full toss, Warner got forward and whipped it wide of the fielder. Attacking shot and gives Warner the reward he deserved

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, trifle short and four more. Warner is so quick with his feet. Sees the shortish length and quickly went back to cut that wide of Jadeja at extra cover. Very quick outfield this and it raced away

OT

to Renshaw, no run, will India review? Yes they are going for it. Given not out for a caught behind appeal. Nothing on UltraEdge. So India have lost a review inside 10 overs. Renshaw played slightly inside the line of that and missed. It beat the bat and the sound was the bat hitting the pad. Saha and Rahane went up immediately and after a chat, they went upstairs. Only to be proved wrong by the technology. Kohli is seen shaking his head. Clearly unhappy that his team have wasted a review

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, anything loose and Warner will pounce on it. Short and Warner is quick to rock back and pummell the pull to the deep mid-wicket fence. Again so decisive with his feet

4

Yadav to Warner, no ball, byes, FOUR, bowled! But hang on! That is a huge no-ball. Massive. Kohli is unhappy with Yadav. Criminal for a spinner to cross the line by so much. And what's worse he has bowled Warner around his legs. Warner shuffling across too much and missing a leg stump delivery. The ball hits the stumps and runs away. India were into their celebration when they saw the no-ball being called. What a good call, but made easy that overstepped by such a margin. How costly will that prove to be?

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, when there is a loose ball, Warner is willing to crash it to the fence. Short on middle, sate up to be hit and Warner went back to find the deep square fence which is vacant

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, bad ball. Just needed a tickle and Renshaw provided that. Down leg, neatly glanced away beating the chasing fielder

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, down the track and four. Cries from the Indians to catch that. But lofted well wide of mid-on. Not well-timed, but hitting the gap will do. Clearly the plan is to upset 's rhythm and put pressure on him

4

to Warner, FOUR, how has that gone for four? Power and timing on display from Warner. A little short-arm swipe - nothing more than that. It was not short at all, a good length delivery on middle and leg, and Warner has found the deep square fence, splitting the two men on the fence to perfection

6

to Renshaw, SIX, more attacking batting and six. First of the game. Down the track in a flash and a handsome lofted hit. Over wide long-on and sails all the way. Cleanly hit

4

to Warner, FOUR, full toss and four. Swiped across the line and it dribbles away to the deep backward square fence. didn't land that and Warner will never let go off a freebie

W

Yadav to Warner, ot Bowled!! It's not spin, bt pace that gets India their first wicket. Warner was looking comfortable against spin - bt this was a casal shot. On a good length and holding its line wide of off, he cold have had left it well alone, lnged well forward on the drive, the bat was way in front of the body, played slightly otside the line of the ball as well. It took the inside edge and cannoned back onto the stmps. India will feel relieved, they needed this wicket, a strong opening stand has been broken. Warner b Yadav 38(77) [4s-6]

4

Yadav to Shan Marsh, FOR, lovely shot, it was a floaty half-volley from mesh, Marsh leans forward, gets close to the pitch of the ball, plays with an open face and caresses it sqare past point, no need to rn for those

4

Yadav to Shan Marsh, FOR, too easy for Marsh, length delivery on the pads, he allows it to come at him, closes the face of the bat and clips it past the sqare leg mpire, no need to rn for those

4

Yadav to Smith, FOR, can't bowl too straight to this man, Smith makes it look worse by shffling across and tickles it fine, beats the keeper and rolls away to the fence

OT

Yadav to Smith, no rn, lod shot for LBW. Will India review? Yes, they will. Looked like it was going down the leg-side? Another wasted review? It's a fair delivery, don't think there was any bat on that, bt the angle isn't the best. ltraEdge might confirm, no bat for sre. Impact is in line and the angle is taking down the leg-side. Bad review from India and they can't get another for the next 41 overs. Poor call from India, Smith was strck in front of middle and leg as he defended, bt mesh's angle was definitely taking it down the leg-side. He was looking to defend and missed

4

to Smith, FOUR, poor ball from RJ, drops it short and on the stumps, pulled away past mid-wicket for a handy boundary

4

Yadav to Shaun Marsh, FOUR, cracking shot, dropped short and just outside off, Marsh backs away, uses the pace on the ball and cuts it late, beats the man at backward point and rolls away to the fence

W

Yadav to Shaun Marsh, out Caught by Kohli!! The change of angle has worked wonders for . Good captaincy from Kohli as well, posted himself at leg-slip just a couple of deliveries ago and that has paid off. This was tossed up on the leg-stump line, Marsh was once again cramped for space as he went for the sweep, went through with the shot way too early, the ball lobbed off the pads and than caught the back of the bat as Marsh completed his shot, it then looped in the air and it's a simple chance to the Indian captain. Delight for the Indians and finally a spinner has struck. Shaun Marsh c Kohli b Yadav 16(55) [4s-3]

4

Yadav to Handscomb, FOUR, nicely played by Handscomb, comes down the track, plays with the turn and flicks it past the close-in fielders, beats the man getting across from backward square leg

4

to Handscomb, FOUR, that's a poor ball from . Only two men on the off-side and he dishes out a half-volley. Predictably, gets punished. Handscomb leans forward nicely and creams the drive through extra cover

4

to Handscomb, FOUR, wow. Superb placement from Handscomb. Just lowered his centre of gravity and clips it neatly through mid-wicket

W

to Handscomb, out Lbw!! There it is! provides the breakthrough. He was playing it very deep in the crease, was always an LBW candidate. is smarter, exploited that very well. Rifles it quicker, goes through with the arm and pins Handscomb on the back leg. Right in front of middle. RJ was convinced straightaway and umpire Nigel Llong's finger went up. Handscomb had a word with Smithy about a possible review but his skipper wasn't too keen and Handscomb takes the long walk back to the pavilion. Handscomb lbw b 22(45) [4s-3]

W

to Smith, out Caught by Kohli!! Woah. Two wickets in two overs for India and they are right back in this contest. If RJ played the role of anti-cupid in the previous over, now it's the turn of . A soft dismissal for Smith and he knows it. A slow and loopy full ball outside off, dipped on him as well and that must've duped Smith. He used his feet looking it flick it over mid-on, doesn't get it where he intended. Skewed it off the toe-end and sends it straight into the bucket hands of VK at short mid-wicket. Smith c Kohli b 27(95) [4s-2]

OT

to Mitchell Marsh, no run, Mitchell Marsh has been given OUT caught behind. He decides to challenge umpire Richard Kettleborough's decision. Oh! What's UltraEdge saying? It has missed the bat and brushed the thigh pad en route to the keeper. So, NOT OUT it is. Hang on, they are checking for lbw but clearly the impact is outside off. Marsh lives on. It was the arm ball from , went through with the arm, Marsh was caught in the crease - has a belated poke at it. The Indians appealed in unison and up went umpire Richard Kettleborough's finger. Thanks to the technology, he survives

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, oh! Where did that come from? Renshaw doesn't want to let settle. Skips out, meets the pitch and whacks it over mid-wicket

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, intent. The Haydos like intent. Isn't afraid to fetch it from wide outside off and nails the sweep. The top edge is found but the field is just not there for the miscue on the sweep. Runs away behind square

W

to Mitchell Marsh, out Lbw!! doesn't even bother consulting the umpire. And Marsh too doesn't bother hanging around to determine whether or not to waste a review. As plumb as you could imagine. The toughest stuff to do on a rank turner such as this is to bowl the straighter one and has done just that. Fires it in from a wide side arm action and the ball just keeps gaining in slant. Refuses to turn conventionally and goes past the back footed defence. The middle of middle was in danger. Mitchell Marsh lbw b 4(18)

4

to Renshaw, FOUR, here's the half-ton. Battling a Delhi belly and a ragged wicket. All this on his first tour to India. A fine tickle is what he gets on his blade on the glance and it runs past the keeper

4

to Wade, FOUR, an extravagant shuffle. Wants to punch it out conventionally. But 's fireball rears up on him much quicker than he had anticipated and gropes at the dabby outside half of the bat. Runs bisecting the two men around the bat

4

Yadav to Renshaw, FOUR, the big booming drive. Toys around with the bowling, takes on the invite with the delicious flight and makes room for himself to free his arms with his gallop down and swings it through the line

4

Yadav to Renshaw, FOUR, fetch that. The straight batted drive to a spinner. All that after a walk down the pitch and drills it past the bowler. Ahh, elegant

W

Yadav to Wade, ot Lbw!! Here comes the 'T'. Wade has woken p the third mpire. Wasn't mch of an appeal in the first place bt the lack of bonce makes it look a really good call from the mp. Pinned in the crease is Wade as he looks to get some part of his defence right with the bat trying hard to get in the ball trajectory. The trajectory that keeps coming in and raps the nder line of the knee roll. Okay here we go - clear daylight between bat and ball. The ball tracking engineering is here. Jst clipping the otside half of leg. That's an orange. And enogh for Wade to keep walking. What is it with mesh and the first over of his spell? Wade lbw b Yadav 8(20) [4s-1]

4

Yadav to Renshaw, FOR, too straight. Too ambitios in looking to set Renshaw p with one that keeps gaining in angle. Ends p down leg and all he had to do was get some bat on it. And he does it with aplomb with the tickle

W

to Renshaw, out Caught by Vijay!! The final straw the Aussies were clutching. A rare moment of lapse in concentration here from Renshaw to end a top knock. Feels for a wide floater and pushes his hands at it. The pitch ensures that the ball rips extravaganlty but doesn't quite ensure that the bat isn't found. Second slip in operation to pluck it inches off the turf. Australia now officially into the tail. Renshaw c Vijay b 68(156) [4s-10 6s-1]

W

Yadav to O'Keefe, ot Caght by Saha!! Sensational grab from Saha, flying across like a goalkeeper and plcking it ot of thin air. He's plled off a one-handed stnner. The ball was absoltely traveling off O'Keefe's edge to the keeper's right as he slashed at a widish delivery. Saha hardly had any time. Bt he's still able to make the leap. Brilliantly done. That is as mch Saha's wicket as it is Yadav's. O'Keefe c Saha b Yadav 0(13)

W

Yadav to Lyon, ot Lbw!! Two in two! Astralia are sinking rapidly. A qick inswinger from Yadav which is too good for Lyon facing his first delivery. Looked a bit leg-sidish in real time casing Lyon to opt for the review. Bt HawkEye confirms that it's clipping leg. Lyon made the mistake of trying to play across the line. Once he missed, the mpire was always going to be tempted to give it ot. Lyon lbw b Yadav 0(1)

6

to Starc, SIX, shovels the slog-sweep over the ropes. Hefty blow. Makes a lot of sense for Starc to just go now. Get as many as he can. Got a good chunk of this one

4

Yadav to Starc, FOR, old school from Yadav, pitching it right p after the bmper. Starc is pto it. Drives it down the grond and gets it to the bondary

6

Yadav to Starc, SIX, down on one knee and bang! He's calculating his chances nicely. Chooses the right ball, which is in the slot, and doesn't hold back. Comfortably clears wide long-on

4

to Starc, FOUR, unlucky for . This ball turns at pace and takes the inside edge as Starc goes on the back foot to defend. Must have passed over the stumps and down to the fine leg fence

4

to Starc, FOUR, another swipe, gets it to the boundary. Didn't get all of it. But he beats long-on to his left

6

to Starc, SIX, now this is getting really irksome from India's point of view. A brilliant cameo from Starc this. He's known for his big hitting and is giving a good example of it here. Again, not right out of the middle but clears long-on after going down on his back knee

4

to Starc, FOUR, one bounce and over the ropes. No real purpose behind the short of length delivery from . If it's short, it has to be near the throat. This sits up around the waist and Starc pulls it well in front of square. In fact, it's gone to wide long-on

4

to Starc, FOUR, more effort into the short ball this time but it goes for four anyway. Brings up fifty for Starc and takes Australia to 250 as well. Good combative pull shot, swinging into action quickly with the ball heading towards his head and swivelling it away to the long leg boundary

4

to Starc, FOUR, and doesn't hold back second ball. It was in the slot and he smashed it wide of long-on. Nearly all the way, one bounce over the ropes. A flat hit that

W

to Starc, out Caught by Jadeja!! Five balls it has taken India to get Starc out. For the addition of just four runs. India will be relieved with that. Ending the innings so early. claps and gives a mini send-off to Starc, looking at him as he was celebrating. Again Starc cleared his front leg and heaved it, but didn't time it and Jadeja at deep mid-wicket went a couple of steps back to reverse-cup that. Starc c Jadeja b 61(63) [4s-6 6s-3]

IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 10 14
MI 09 14
SRH 10 13
RPS 09 10
KXIP 09 08
GL 09 06
RCB 10 05
DD 08 04
IPL 2017 - Full table
IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 10 14
MI 09 14
SRH 10 13
RPS 09 10
KXIP 09 08
GL 09 06
RCB 10 05
DD 08 04
IPL 2017 - Full table