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Brisbane Test: India 4-0 at stumps on day 4, need 324 to beat Australia AUSvIND
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Brisbane Test: India 4-0 at stumps on day 4, need 324 to beat Australia

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 18 Jan 2021, 01:09 pm

Brisbane/IBNS: India will need another 324 runs on the fifth day of the fourth Test to defeat Australia and clinch the series as they ended at 4/1 when the rain stopped the penultimate day's play at The Gabba here on Monday.

Two openers, Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill, are unbeaten at four and zero respectively as India have all 10 wickets to score 324 in the last day's play.

Earlier on day 4 of the fourth Test, Australia were bowled out for 294 in the second innings by the Indian pace battery.

While Mohammed Siraj picked five wickets, Shardul Thakur scalped four leaving one for debutant Washington Sundar.

Steven Smith was the only Australian batter to score a half-century (55 off 74 balls).

In the first innings, India scored 336, thanks to Thakur's 67 and Sundar's 62, in reply to Australia's 369.

The four-match Test series is evenly positioned at 1-1.