Rain plays spoilsports in the 4th day of Brisbane test

Brisbane, 18/1:Brilliant bowling spell from Mohammad Siraj and rain put fourth Test match between Australia and India perfectly hangs in balance as of Day 4. The rain started to pour just 11 balls into the Indian Innings. On the final day of the tour, India needs 324 runs to create history. At stumps, India were 4-0, with Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill at the crease. It will be interesting  to see India’s approach to the chase/

Earlier, Australia put pressure on the inexperienced Indian Bowling Attack and scored at a rate of 6 runs per over. David Warner in particular was looking in his element and smacked six boundaries in his innings of 48 runs, before getting out to Washington Sundar. Marcus Harris supported him with 38 runs. India comeback in the game with two quick wickets getting Marnus Labuschagne and Matthew Wade for 25 and 0 respectively. Steve Smith and Cameron Green saved Australia from a collapse and stitched together a 73 runs partnership. Smith scored his fifty before getting out to a Mohammad Siraj bouncer. Green also fell soon for 37.

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