Australia put India on back foot
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Dhaka, Jan. 9 -- After a moderate second day, the hosts kept things in their control for maximum part of Day 3 of the ongoing Test between India and Australia in Sydney. After folding India on 244 in their first innings, Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith continued to capitalise the inexperienced Indian seam attack. The pair remained unbeaten at the end of day's play helping Australia reach 103/2 in their second innings, taking the lead to 197 runs. Smith is batting on 29, while his partner Labuschagne is playing on 47 and they would look to carry forward the momentum when play resumes on Sunday.
Earlier in the day, the hosts produced a clinical bowling and fielding display, helping Australia take a solid 94-run lead. No other batsman a...
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