- India 622-7 dec; Australia 300 & 6-0 (off four overs)
- Australia struggle again on weather-affected day four
India became the first team to have the option of asking Australia to follow on twice in a home summer as the hosts’ list of unwanted records grew even longer on the penultimate day of the fourth Test at the SCG.
After rain delayed the start of play in Sydney, Australia were rolled for 300 on Sunday afternoon, giving up a first-innings lead of 322 to India before Virat Kohli sent Tim Paine’s men back in to bat.
Written by Australian Associated Press
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