So, that's it, the end of day three's play. India slightly ahead but they still have some hard work to do. India end with 151 for three effectively 166, thanks to the 15-run lead. Pujara remains unbeaten on 40 and giving him company is Ajinkya Rahane.

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OUT! Late in the day, Nathan Lyon has struck for Australia. And he scalps the prized wicket of Virat Kohli. Extra spin on that occasion does the trick. Kohli is caught at short leg. V Kohli c Finch b Lyon 34(104)

The partnership between Pujara and Kohli has gone past the 50-run mark. Pujara is nearing his half-century and is ten runs away from it. Kohli too is aiming to up the ante. 

The partnership between Pujara and Kohli is now worth 39 off 130 balls. These two look in no hurry and are playing according to the merit of the ball. Australia's search for wicket continues.

Watchful display by Pujara and Kohli as the duo has added 19 runs in 58 balls. Australia looking desperate to pick a wicket here, they need one badly as India's lead is growing.

The game is nicely poised once again. However, it is advantage India slightly at the moment. With a lead of 101 runs and eight wickets in hand, India will be looking to take control of the match in the upcoming session.

OUT! India have now lost both the openers. KL Rahul is caught behind! Rahul misses his half-century by six runs as he is caught behind. Again looking to drive and that edge brings his downfall. Rahul c Paine b Hazlewood 44(67)

OUT! Breakthrough for Australia. Mitchell Starc strikes as Murali Vijay is caught in the second slip. The ball was going away from the right-hander, Vijay goes for the drive and ends up edging it. Vijay c Handscomb b Starc 18(53)

The partnership between Rahul and Vijay is now worth 57 runs. Meanwhile, India now lead by 72 runs. Rahul has done bulk of the scoring between the two while Vijay is happy playing defensively.  

Tim Paine has introduced Nathan Lyon into the attack now. The pace trio of Starc, Hazlewood and Cummins have failed to pick a wicket so far. Vijay, Rahul going good at the moment.

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The first between Australia and India is nicely poised as the home side trails by 59 runs. After India scored 250 in their first innings, Australia are 191 for seven. The contest on day three resumes with Travis Head batting on 61 and giving him company is Mitchell Starc on eight. This is going to be an interesting day’s play. Live Cricket Streaming of India vs Australia 2018-19 Series on SonyLIV: Check Live Cricket Score, Watch Free Telecast of IND vs AUS 1st Test Match, Day 3, on TV & Online.

On day three, Australia will look to get further close to India’s total. If all goes well for the home side, they might take up the lead as well. However, Indian bowlers will be keen to finish Australia’s tail quickly and secure the lead. Head stood out with his performance on day two. As far as Australia is concerned, he holds the key.

Aaron Finch, along with debutant Marcus Harris, came in the middle to open the Australian first innings. However, pacer Ishant Sharma struck Finch for a golden duck on the third ball to set the tone for the match. Usman Khawaja, who came in at number three, along with Harris, held the fort for Australia for quite some time as the duo kept hitting boundaries at regular intervals. To provide the breakthrough to India, spinner Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Harris for 26 runs as he gave a comfortable catch to Murali Vijay.  India vs Australia 2018-19, 1st Test Match, Day 2 Video Highlights: Travis Head's Half-Century Helps Aussies Post 191/7, R Ashwin Picks 3 Wickets.

Having lost two wickets, Australia posted a meagre score of 57 at lunch. The home team trailed India by 193 runs, with Khawaja and Shaun Marsh present in the middle. Resuming from the score of 57 post lunch, Ashwin scalped Marsh's wicket. The left-handed Australian batsman ended up dragging back while attempting a wide delivery. Following Marsh's dismissal, Peter Handscomb walked in. The game slowed down a bit and the Indian bowlers used the opportunity to build pressure on the home team. An on-fire Ashwin then picked up India's fourth Australian and crucial wicket as Khawaja walked back for 28 runs. Australia went into the tea break at a score of 117 with the loss of four wickets.

Now when Bumrah chipped in, he broke a 33-run partnership between Handscomb and Travis Head. Handscomb (34), who was looking to run the ball to the third-man area, edged straight to wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant, who made no mistake in completing the catch. Following Handscomb's dismissal, Australia skipper and wicket-keeper Tim Paine came to the crease. However, before the skipper could make any impact, Ishant sent him back for five runs. The Indian pacer followed the short ball with a back of a length delivery and Paine, who got stuck yet again in the crease without any footwork, edged the ball back to the keeper.

To save his side from falling, Head, with his gritty performance, took the onus and fought back with an unbeaten 149-ball 69 and Australia ended Day Two of the opening Test at 191-runs with the loss of seven wickets.For India, Ashwin picked three wickets, Ishant and Bumrah scalped two wickets apiece, while Shami returned sans wicket even after creating multiple chances. (Inputs ANI).