- CricketIndia vs Australia, Perth Test: Men in Blue to play tough game on Day 5
India were at 112/5 against Australia at stumps on the fourth day of the second test match on Monday, pursuing of a stiff target of 287, which appears achievable only in theory.CricketIndia vs Australia Perth Test: Aussies nose ahead on 3rd day
Australia clinched a slight advantage after posting 132/4 in their second innings at stumps on the third day of the second cricket Test against India here on Sunday.Cricket2nd Test: India 172/3 at stumps, trail by 154 runs vs Australia
India were 172/3 at stumps on the second day of the second Test against Australia at the Perth stadium here on Saturday.CricketIndia vs Australia Perth Test: Tim Paine wins toss, opts to bat
Australia captain Tim Paine won the toss and decided to bat first in the second cricket Test against India here on Friday.CricketInjuries rule Ashwin, Rohit out of Perth Test
Star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and batsman Rohit Sharma were ruled out of the second cricket Test against Australia, starting at the WACA here on Friday.CricketIndia vs Australia Perth Test: India eager for battle of quicks
The Indian men's cricket team trained at the WACA Stadium here on Thursday, a day ahead of their second Test against Australia.CricketIndia vs Australia Pert Test preview: On a green top, India look to continue momentum against Aussies
After registering a thrilling 31-run victory in the first cricket Test, India will look to continue the momentum when they take on Australia in the second match on a green top here on Friday.CricketICC Test Rankings: Pujara moves to fourth, Bumrah achieves career-high ranking
Cheteshwar Pujara, whose knocks of 123 and 71 were the cornerstone of India's victory against Australia in the first Test, moved ahead of Joe Root and David Warner to take the fourth position while pacer Jasprit Bumrah achieved a career-high ranking of 33rd, after his three for 47 and three for 68, in the latest ICC rankings.CricketIndia reduce Australia to 187/7 at lunch on final day
India inched closer to a superb win after reducing Australia to 187/7 in their chase of 323 at lunch on the final day of the opening Test at the Adelaide Oval here on Monday.
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