IND vs AUS: IND VS AUS WTC Final, Day 3 LIVE Cricket Score and Updates: Can Team India Fight Back On 3rd Day
After another tough day in the World Test Championship (WTC) Final against Australia at the Oval in London, Team India will hope Ajinkya Rahane.
And Srikar Bharat can play as many overs as possible when the first session begins on Day 3. Australia’s pace attack came in hard for wickets and
They got what they wanted after posting 469 runs in the first innings. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill were trapped early by Pat Cummins and.
Scott Boland, respectively. To put the icing on the cake, Virat Kohli was trapped by Mitchell Starc with an unplayable delivery. Cheteshwar Pujara produced.
Another misjudgment which was very similar to Shubman Gill’s mistake, he got his off-stump knocked off. In the end, it came to Ravindra Jadeja.
And Ajinkya Rahane who stitched up a partnership of 71 runs to save the day for India but the left-hander was dismissed by Nathon Lyon.
Check LIVE Scores and Update from India vs Australia World Test Championships (WTC) Final HERE.
09 June 2023
IND vs AUS, WTC Final Day 3: Can India battle out of the rut on third day?
Former Indian wicketkeeper Deep Dasgupta discusses.
How Team India can battle out of the mess they find themselves in after the second day’s play in the World Test Championship Final against Australia. Hear from Deep Dasgupta HERE…
WTC Final Day 3, India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane gets massive reprieve
Ajinkya Rahane got a massive reprieve when Australian.
Captain Pat Cummins over-stepped after trapping him leg-before on Day 2 of WTC Final at the Oval.
Read all about Ajinkya Rahane’s massive reprieve HERE.
IND vs AUS, WTC Final Day 3: Ravi Shastri slams Cheteshwar Pujara
Former India head coach Ravi Shastri slammed Cheteshwar Pujara.
For his error in judgement in leaving the ball only to be bowled by Cameron Green on Day 2 of WTC Final. “That is leaving it poorly because the.
India vs Australia Latest News:
Front foot has just gone across. It should be going towards the ball; he was looking to play it and then decided whether he should leave it.
You see, the way he is leaving it, the off-stump is exposed. The front foot is still middle stump when it’s actually going towards off stump.
Watch that front foot. It should be further across and towards the ball. He thought it was outside the off stump. It was an error in judgment,” Shastri said on air.
WTC Final Day 3, India vs Australia: AB de Villiers praise for Ajinkya Rahane
Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers praised Indian batter.
Ajinkya Rahane after his defiant knock on 29 on Day 2 of WTC Final. “I’ve never seen Rahane move so well! Technique is sound and playing it late,” De Villiers said.
India vs Australia, WTC Final Day 3: Ajinkya Rahane bags big record
Ajinkya Rahane, who is playing his first Test for India since.
January 2022, became the 7th Indian cricketer to complete 100 catches in Test cricket. Rahane achieved this feat when he caught Australian.
Skipper Pat Cummins off the bowling of Mohammed Siraj to bring an end to Australian innings for 469.
WTC Final Day 3, IND vs AUS: India need 119 more runs to avoid follow-on
Team India are firmly on the backfoot after Australia were.
Bowled out for 469. They have lost half the side for 151 and now need 119 more runs to avoid the follow-on. All hope lie on Ajinkya Rahane and KS Bharat followed by all-rounder Shardul Thakur.
WTC Final Day 3 IND vs AUS: Boland after Day 2
“Really exciting, pretty nervous before the start of this Test but nice to get into this game. (On Gill’s wicket) He’s a very good player, nice to knock.
Him over early. We are in a very good spot now. (On the match situation) We are strong after 2 days, the pitch is a bit up and down and hopefully.
It will be harder for India to bat tomorrow. (On the uneven bounce) It felt like that in the middle, a couple balls taking off, a couple keeping low,” said Boland after Day 2 play finished.
LIVE WTC Final India vs Australia Day 3
India will hope both batters – Ajinkya Rahane and Srikar Bharat play some sensational strokes to.
Help their team bounce back in this contest tomorrow when the Day 3 begins. Australia will come in hard when the first session begins hunting for wickets.
IND: 151/5 (38 Overs)