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India vs Australia Live Score, 1st Test Day 2: India End Day With Lead of 62 Runs

Check India vs Australia 1st Test, Day 1 score, India vs Australia Live Streaming Online IND vs AUS Adelaide Test:India vs Australia score, Ind 9/1, lead by 62. STUMPS! India end the day with the upper hand. Jasprit Bumrah sees through the Pat Cummins over without a dismissal and ensures India have the advantage. A terrific effort from the Indian bowlers to get a 53-run lead, which could have been a lot more had they caught better. Overall, though, India will be pleased.

India vs Australia (test)

CONCLUDED

IND vs AUS Cricket Scorecard (test)

1st Test test, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 3rd Day, 2nd Session

India

1st INN

244/10

(93.1) RR 2.62

2nd INN

36 /10

(21.2) 1.69

India Virat Kohli (C)
Australia beat India by 8 wickets
Australia Tim Paine (C) (W)

Australia

1st INN

191/10

(72.1) RR 2.65

2nd INN

93 /2

(21.0) RR 4.43

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17:20 (IST)

The Prithvi Shaw wicket

17:03 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, Ind 9/1, lead by 62. STUMPS! India end the day with the upper hand. Jasprit Bumrah sees through the Pat Cummins over without a dismissal and ensures India have the advantage. A terrific effort from the Indian bowlers to get a 53-run lead, which could have been a lot more had they caught better. Overall, though, India will be pleased.

16:51 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, Ind 7/1, lead by 60. WICKET - Prithvi Shaw b Cummins for 4. Length ball, right through the gate. Shaw is late in bringing the bat down and has to go. Jasprit Bumrah walks in as the nightwatchman.

16:45 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, Ind 7/0, lead by 60. DROPPED! Mayank Agarwal gets a life. A thick edge off Cummins. Ball heads to first slip but Paine dives across and drops it. How costly will that be?

16:39 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, Ind 1/0, lead by 54. Prithvi Shaw with a first ball single and avoids a pair. Mayank Agarwal handles the rest of the over from Mitchell Starc

16:27 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 191 all out. India end with a lead of 53 runs. Umesh Yadav replaces Ashwin and gets Hazlewood caught at slip straightaway. Ashwin ends with 4 for 55. Umesh gets 3 for 40 while Bumrah 2 for 51. A good effort from India's bowlers, although they'd have liked to catch better.

16:24 (IST)

Meanwhile, David Warner is having a good time on social media!

16:16 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 178/9: Josh Hazlewood isn't just hanging around, but also adding some crucial runs. Attacks Ashwin for a couple of boundaries and then survives Bumrah too.

16:02 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 167/9: WICKET - Ashwin finally gets Lyon, after multiple failed appeals and attempts. Slow turner, Lyon looked to flick, leading edge pops to mid wicket. Ashwin has his fourth.

15:56 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 160/8: REVIEW - India use the DRS for an lbw call vs Lyon. Looked in front but that's off the inside edge. Ashwin still searching for the fourth wicket as Australia cut down lead.

15:44 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 151/8: Tim Paine gets a fifty! In the previous over, Ashwin gets Lyon lbw... but does he? No. A review saves Lyon. Plumb in front but that's after an inside edge. Could have been a fourth wicket for Ashwin.

15:41 (IST)

Tim Paine is battling it out for Australia

15:34 (IST)

The wicket

15:32 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 139/8: WICKET! Mitchell Starc run out 15 (16). Flicks Ashwin to deep square leg and tries a second run, but is short of the crease. Prithvi Shaw was quick to throw the ball and Saha did the rest.

15:25 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 136/7: Now Mitchell Starc is dropped! A tough catch for Wriddhiman Saha but that adds to the count. Short ball from Bumrah, the pull shot went up high behind the keeper. Saha ran around... but the ball swirled the other way. A dive couldn't help Saha.

15:17 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 126/7: Tim Paine should have been out by now but Mayank Agarwal has dropped a regulation catch. That's the fourth catch India have dropped today, their catching has been terrible. Most catches easy ones too. It was a short ball from Bumrah, Paine hooked to deep square, Mayank made a mess of it.

15:05 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 115/7: WICKET! Another one from Umesh. Oh, what an over. Labuschagne gone and now he gets Pat Cummins for a duck. Well, it will get tough from here on for the Aussies. But India need to take care of their catching. But a first-innings lead is definitely on the cards.

15:00 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 112/6: WICKET! That's Marnus Labuschagne and he had no answer to this one from Umesh Yadav. Was struck in his creae and and too the review too but it wasn't just his day. He won't get his fifty.

14:54 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 111-5: A couple of shots from Tim Paine and Australia will take those runs. On the other end there is Marnus Labuschagne who is inching closer towards his fifty.

14:41 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, AUS 97-5:"No run" says Marnus Labuschagne as he inch towards a well-deserved half-century in the final session of the day. Also, it is the end of the 50th over, Australia has been so slow today.

India vs Australia Live Score, 1st Test Day 2: India End Day With Lead of 62 Runs

India vs Australia 1st Test, Day 1 Live Score, IND vs AUS Live Streaming Online Adelaide Test: India vs Australia live score, Ind 9/1, lead by 62. STUMPS! India end the day with the upper hand. Jasprit Bumrah sees through the Pat Cummins over without a dismissal and ensures India have the advantage. A terrific effort from the Indian bowlers to get a 53-run lead, which could have been a lot more had they caught better. Overall, though, India will be pleased.

India vs Australia Live Score, 1st Test Day 2, Adelaide Test Live Updates

Day 1 Report: Part-sluggish, part-attritional day of the Test match cricket would not have been what the host broadcasters would have had in their minds to back their build-up to India vs Australia blockbuster series, but it was exactly that kind of day in the four-match series opener at the Adelaide Oval on Friday. However, the star of the build-up - Indin skipper Virat Kohli - did live up to his top billing with a solid 74 off 180 balls before he was run-out by his deputy Ajinkya Rahane, late in the day. Rahane's departure soon after swung the day in Australia's favour, who after a solid first session seemed to lose way in the second. India finished day one of the first Test at 233/6 with the Wriddhiman Saha (9*) playing out a tough third session under lights. He has Ravichandran Ashwin for company on 15 off 17 balls.

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India opted to bat first and Mitchell Starc had Prithvi Shaw's scalp off the second ball of the day before Mayank Agarwal's 40-ball 17 run knock came to end at the hand of a Pat Cummins special. Cheteshwar Pujara was rock solid before bat-padding one off Lyon while Kohli, available for this Test only, looked good for a century before a mix up had him walking back just three overs before the new ball was taken. The new ball and a fuller length from Starc accounted for a shaken Rahane for 42. Earlier, Starc bowled a strong opening over to set the early tone after Kohli had aimed to put pressure on the home team by batting first. The left-arm fast bowler clean bowled Shaw off the second ball through an in-swinger and Pujara edged Starc in the same over which fell just short of diving Australian captain Tim Paine behind the wickets. Cummins pinned down both batsmen by bowling four successive maiden overs before he knocked the top of Agarwal's middle stump off a delivery that nipped back into the right-hander.

Unstoppable in Australia And Adelaide, Kohli's Run-Out Could Be Turning Point of Series

Both Agarwal and Pujara survived some close chances inside the first hours against Starc's pace. Pujara's flick against the left-armer eluded diving Nathan Lyon at leg gully while Travis Head couldn't grasp a hard chance at forward short leg off Agarwal. Kohli could have been dismissed on 16 in off-spinner Nathan Lyons third over when television replays suggested the Indian skipper might have gloved a leg-side catch behind the wickets, but Australia didn't go for a television referral. The Indian skipper also needed a brief on-field medical treatment when he injured his right thumb while facing a sharp short-pitch delivery from Starc before pulling the left-arm fast bowler for a mid-wicket boundary in the same over. Pujara showed immense temperament against well-disciplined bowling and got his first boundary off his 148th ball when he hit Lyon for back-to-back fours.

However, he fell for the 10th time in Test matches to Lyon when Australia successfully went for a television referral when Marnus Labuschagne took a smart two-handed diving catch at leg gully as the ball clearly ballooned off Pujaras bat on the leg side. Rahane and Kohli then put on 88 for the fifth wicket, looking set to finish the day unbeaten, until the mix-up. Rahane played one from Nathan Lyon towards mid-off and took two steps, Kohli responded and by the time Rahane said no, Kohli was halfway down the pitch and Josh Hazlewood had picked up the ball throwing it to Lyon, who effected an easy run-out. The new ball was taken in the first over itself Starc trapped Rahane in front. Hazelwood added the wicket of Vihari two overs later before Saha and Ashwin saw through the day.

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