Kuldeep Yadav impresses with three-wicket haul as Australia trail by 386 runs in Sydney Test
The third day of fourth Test began with Indian cricketers presenting pink caps to former Australia pacer Glenn McGrath to support his charity. AP
India began the day in complete command of the Test match, having posted 622/7 the day before. AP
Australia's Usman Khawaja, dropped on naught on Day 2 by Rishabh Pant, walks off after he was caught out for 27 runs on Saturday. AP
Australia's Marcus Harris stroked a fluent 120-ball 79. Here, he drives Kuldeep Yadav for a boundary on Day 3. AP
Kuldeep Yadav impressed with his three-wicket haul on Saturday. His victims included Usman Khawaja, Travis Head and Tim Paine. AP
Ravindra Jadeja chipped in with two wickets on Day 3, including that of Australia's top-scorer Marcus Harris. AP
Groundkeepers cover the pitch as rain begins to fall on the Sydney Cricket Ground. 16.3 overs were lost to bad light, which means Day 4 will begin 30 minutes early on Sunday with Australia still 386 runs behind.