India vs Australia, Mohali Test: Day 1 Updates

India vs Australia, Mohali Test: Day 1 Updates

Last Updated: Thursday, March 14, 2013, 17:35
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STUMPS!

The toss-coin remains unused as the weather has continued to play spoil-sport. The day's play has officially been called off and should conditions be fit for it, we should see an early start tomorrow morning. Remember, we will also have a toss and the Indian XI is yet to be announced. Join us tomorrow for (hopefully) the start of the third Test. Either that or we'll babble about the weather and sound all English. Toodles!

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Rain has started to fall once again and dark clouds have engulfed the stadium. Chances of play looking bleak at the moment. However, no official confirmation yet.

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Bad news for cricket fans desperately awaiting the start of play as it has has started to rain again in Mohali.

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Latest update is that the umpires will inspect the ground at 11 am.

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The sun is out in Mohali and the match may start in a few hours time.

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Rain has stopped but it should take at least a couple of hours for play to get underway.

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As predicted, it has been raining in Mohali and the start of play will be delayed.

Meanwhile Australia have announced their playing eleven and here's what it looks like.

Australia: Warner, Cowan, Clarke, Hughes, Smith, Haddin, Henriques, Siddle, Starc, Lyon, Doherty.

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India take on a depleted Australia in the third Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

First Published: Thursday, March 14, 2013, 08:17

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NIKESH NISARTA - GANDHINAGAR
best of luck time india lage raho ...........
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aditya sharma - agra
India Won Series 3-0 Best of Luck India
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ashok - allahabad
india will play best tosave the test match
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suresh dangi - nasinghgarh(M.P.)
best of luk india win the 4-0
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Umapathi Naidu - Hyderabad
Dhoni`s young team always best. All the best India.
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amit - gurgaon
ofcourse yes
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ajay - morena( m.p)
india team is the best
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Dinesh Kumar Chauhan - Shahjahanpur (Alwar- Rajasthan)
India is Best- Sachin 10 score this Match total 109 and than run out
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Saifur - Mumbai
India 2, india 2-0 win
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GOURAB KUMAR NAYAK - BALASORE
today match is very attractive match
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