Another Cheteshwar Pujara master-class gives India day 1 honours at SCG

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One demerit point will be awarded to venues whose pitches are rated by the match referees as below average, while three and five demerit points will be awarded to venues whose pitches are marked as poor and unfit, respectively.

The Sydney Cricket Ground will host this week's fourth and final Test. Leg-spinner Marnus Labuschagne has been added to Australia's squad - and will likely feature in the playing XI. "Show some respect." Virat Kohli Juggles with the Ball While Waiting for Tea During India vs Australia, Day 1, Sydney Test; Umpire Takes Away the Ball (Watch Video).

India opening batsman Mayank Agarwal's coach, Irfan Sait is heartbroken that his ward missed out on a century for the second time in the ongoing Test series in Australia, but is happy that he is cementing his place in the team.

'The bowlers, we weren't at our best'. I'm sure that they would have had the same intention, but the motivation has never been to change history.

'My dream as a player was always to be good enough with both skills to win games for my team.

However, the Indian captain found support from unprecedented quarters, when former Australia captain Ricky Ponting came to his defence. I said that in the Perth Test as well.

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"I think the bowlers wanted one thing, Tim wanted one thing", Saker told ABC Grandstand.

"It wasn't great and it doesn't always happen but we will work again."

Saker felt the Australians had bowled well in periods but lacked consistency. The young wicketkeeper wasn't going on an all-out attack, as we have often seen him do.

Ah yes, the asterisk that some Australians are likely to append to this series forever - Paine is captain because Steve Smith and David Warner were banned for their part in the ball tampering scandal and will not return until the end of March.

Australia has won just three of its last 23 ODIs, and with the World Cup in England less than five months away, selectors have wielded the axe.

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