STUMPS | The play has been officially called-off.  So, bad light and rains finally have had their say in this Test match. The action on day five begins half an hour early, provided we have good weather. Meanwhile, Australia trail by 316 runs. Full Scorecard.

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UPDATE | Bad lights continues to halt the play. There is no official word yet what happened to/after the inspection. Meanwhile, the wait continues.... 

Early tea has been taken as bad light stops play. Players are making their way out of the field. Australian openers faced four overs after they were forced to follow-on. Meanwhile, the hosts trail by 316 runs.

Australia trail by 322 runs and the news coming in is that India have enforced the follow-on. So, Australia will come out to bat again. And India will be looking to wrap this up with an innings to spare.

OUT! That's it! Australia have been bowled out. Kuldeep Yadav traps Josh Hazlewood in front of the wickets. That's a five-wicket haul for Yadav. Hazlewood lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 21(45) 

The partnership between Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood is now worth 23 off 49 balls. Meanwhile, Australia trail by 341 runs. India looking to finish things quickly.

OUT! Australia lose one more wicket. Kuldeep Yadav traps Nathan Lyon for a duck. It hit him on the shoe while Lyon was trying to sweep. Follow-on on cards as Australia continue to struggle. Lyon lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 0(5)

OUT! Jasprit Bumrah strikes. He gets rid of Peter Handscomb. The right-hander gets an inside edge, on to the stumps and is bowled. First wicket for Bumrah in the match. Handscomb b Bumrah 37(111) 

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Indian spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja spun a web around Australia, restricting them to 236 for the loss of six wickets, before bad light stopped play on Day 3. While resuming the day today, Marcus Harris and Usman Khawaja, who were stranded on 19 and 5 on the second day, gave Australia a flying start in the morning session. However, to maintain India's control, Kuldeep struck Khawaja (27) to break the 72-run opening-wicket stand. Marnus Labuschagne, playing his first game in the ongoing Test series, came out to share the crease with Harris, who meanwhile, reached his half-century off 67 deliveries. The duo stitched a 50-run stand to take the hosts past 100-run mark. At lunch, Australia posted 122 for the loss of one wicket.

After resumption, the hosts lost their momentum after some tight bowling by the spinners. India once again retained control of the match in the end of the second session, when Jadeja first took the charge and halted Harris' maiden Test century, dismissing him for 79. Live Cricket Streaming of India vs Australia 2018-19 Series on SonyLIV: Check Live Cricket Score, Watch Free Telecast of IND vs AUS 4th Test, Match Day 4 on TV & Online

Following Harris' departure, Shaun Marsh came out to support Labuschagne, who kept putting the pressure back on the Indian side and helped the team to move past the 150-run mark. However, to shrug the frustration off the Indian shoulders, Jadeja struck again and dismissed Shaun Marsh (8), who gave a simple catch to Ajinkya Rahane at first slip.

After a brief fightback from Australia, India got its much-needed breakthrough as pacer Mohammed Shami scalped Labuschagne (38), who tried to flick the ball but was easily caught by Rahane at slip. Holding the crease for a dented Australia, Travis Head and Peter Handscomb seemed uncomfortable in the middle.

It was then Kuldeep who came into the picture and ripped through the brittle line-up, first taking a brilliant low catch of Head (20) off his own over. When the tea session was called, India restricted Australia to 198 for the loss of five wickets. Continuing his momentum, an on-fire Kuldeep picked his third wicket of the day in the name of Australian captain Tim Paine, who was dismissed cheaply for just five runs.  Australia’s ODI Squad for India Series Announced: Peter Siddle, Who Last Played in 2010, Returns.

Pat Cummins (25*) and Peter Handscomb (28*) were holding the crease for Australia, before bad light ended the day's play early, owing to dark clouds that hovered around the stadium. At stumps, Australia posted 236 for the loss of six wickets inside 84 overs. The hosts are trailing by 386 runs with just four wickets left in hand. (ANI).