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Australia declares second innings at 270 for 8 setting a target of 444 runs for India


In Cricket, India were 88 for 1 in their second innings against Australia on the Fourth day of the World Test Championship final at the Oval in England. India still needs 356 runs with Nine wickets remaining and one session and a full day to go.

Earlier, resuming at their overnight score of 123 for four, Australia declared their second innings at 270 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the second session. Alex Corey was the highest scorer with unbeaten 66 runs. This left India with a target of 444 runs.

For India, Ravindra Jadeja picked up three wickets, Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav bagged two wickets each while Mohammad Sirak took one wicket. This is team India's second consecutive WTC final in as many editions. India lost to New Zealand in the final of the inaugural edition of the championship. (AIR NEWS)

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