India vs Australia 4th Test at Sydney Will Be a 'Pink Test', Here’s Why
The day three of the ‘Pink Test’ is called "Jane McGrath Day. (Photo: Cricket Australia/Twitter)

India and Australia take on each other in the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), starts January 03. India currently has an unassailable lead of 2-1 and will be looking to clinch the historic series win. Australia, on the other hand, will be looking to draw level in the series. Apart from being a sort of series decider, the Test match at SCG has other significance as well. India vs Australia, 4th Test 2019: Check Out the Weather Forecast of Sydney as Virat Kohli & Men Are All Set to Script History

The fourth match at SCG will be a 'Pink Test’, a tradition that has been going on since 2009. The New Year Test at SCG is played to support the McGrath Foundation in remembrance of former Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath's late wife Jane McGrath. In 2008 McGrath’s wife died after suffering from breast cancer and from 2009 the Test at SCG was called the ‘Pink Test’. Virat Kohli Motivated to Win Against 40,000 People at SCG as Team India Sets out to Script History (Watch Video).

The day three of the ‘Pink Test’ is called "Jane McGrath Day" and it falls on January 05 this year. The money raised throughout the ‘Pink Test’ will go to Glenn McGrath Foundation. Besides it, the Ladies Stand at the venue will be temporarily renamed The Jane McGrath Stand for the day. India’s Likely Playing XI for Sydney Test 2019: Will Virat Kohli Give Another Chance to KL Rahul?

As far as the series is concerned, India won the first Test at Adelaide and then home side drew level with a win at Perth. India, however, earned back the lead at Melbourne and now will have their eyes set on the famous Test series win during the historic ‘Pink Test’.