India v/s Australia, 4th ODI: David Warner ton, disciplined bowling helps visitors win by 21 runs

Here are highlights of the fourth ODI between India and Australia in Bengaluru.

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India v/s Australia, 4th ODI: David Warner ton, disciplined bowling helps visitors win by 21 runs
Australia's David Warner celebrates his century during the fourth ODI against India at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on September 28, 2017

Australia won the toss and opted to bat against India in the fourth One-day International of the five-match series in Bengaluru on Thursday.

Matthew Wade came back in place of Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa replaced Ashton Agar in the Australian team.

In the Indian playing XI, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar made way for Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Axar Patel.


India: Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (capt), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal.
Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steve Smith (capt), Peter Handscomb, Travis Head, Matthew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson.



India's 9-match winning streak comes to an end. So does Australia's rather long overseas losing streak.

David Warner was the star of the show for the visitors with a dominating century at the top of the order.

The action now shifts to Nagpur for the fifth and final ODI.

Hope you enjoyed our live coverage of the 4th ODI.

Do join us for live coverage on Sunday.

Until then it's goodbye and goodnight!





Axar hits one from Coulter-Nile straight to substitute Glenn Maxwell at long-on.

IND - 306/8 after 49.1 overs.


Cummins proves to be simply too good for Axar and Shami in the penultimate over.

India require 29 with 6 balls to play.



Dhoni plays three dot balls, smashes a six, then gets clean-bowled.

Game, set, match for the Aussies.

Indian need 34 from 13.



Dhoni walks across and guides it to the fine-leg fence.

But another outstanding over from Cummins.

India need 40 from 18.

IND - 295/6 after 47 overs.



Huuge blow for India as Cummins rattles Pandey's stumps.

It's all on MSD now!

289/6 after 46.1 overs.



Kedar tries to up the ante, gets holed out.

Perhaps, this is good for India. Kedar was struggling to get going.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni walks out to roaring applause.

IND - 286/5 after 45.4 overs.


Much-needed boundary for India!

Cummins sends it short and wide, Kedar cuts it ferociously for four.

Good comeback from the Aussie pacer, though. Slips in a couple of dot balls.

IND - 282/4 after 45 overs.


Absolutely brilliant over from Kane Richardson. Just five runs off it.

IND - 274/4 after 44 overs.


Stunning shot from Pandey!

​Coulter-Nile pitches it up, Pandey flicks it with disdain for a huge six.

Ten runs came from that over.

IND - 269/4 after 43 overs.


Four to end the over for Pandey. Just what India needed!

IND - 259/4 after 42 overs.


We're back with live action!

India need 84 from 53.

Here we go!


The players are going off as a light drizzle comes down at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

India are 251/4 after 41.1 overs. They are two runs behind par score on DLS.

The Aussies marched right off quickly, whereas the Indians had to be forced to leave the field.

Stay tuned for further updates. The rain is quite mild at the moment.


Super flick for four from Kedar to end that Coulter-Nile over.

Fifty up for the diminutive right-hander.

The required rate is creeping towards ten an over now.

IND - 247/4 after 41 overs.


Zampa throws a full-toss, Pandey smashes it over mid-wicket for four. Just what you need as a new batsman.

India require at least a boundary off every over now.

Seven runs came from that over.

IND - 240/4 after 40 overs.


Another great opportunity for Manish Pandey who joins Kedar at the crease.

Australia hold the upper hand at the moment. It's a stiff chase for India from here.

IND - 233/4 after 39 overs.



Pandya throws his wicket away!

Tries to hoick Zampa for a six, finds Warner at the long-off boundary.

Massive blow this for India.

IND - 225/4 after 37.1 overs.


Kedar steps out to Stoinis, smacks a straight six!

Calculated risk that. The Indians aren't going for everything, pacing the chase well.

Time for Drinks.

IND - 213/3 after 34 overs.


Back to back boundaries for Kedar to end that Stoinis over.

Much-needed push for the Indians.

IND - 201/3 after 32 overs.


Welcome boundary for India!

Cummins bowls it wide, Kedar edges it past keeper Wade for four.

Good over for the hosts, nine came from it.

IND - 191/3 after 31 overs.


Stoinis drops it short, Kedar pulls it for four.

The right-hander never backs away from playing his shots.

India need these two to stick around for a while.

IND - 182/3 after 30 overs.


Cummins comes back into the attack, bowls a tight over. Just two runs from it.



Zampa drops it short, Pandya flicks/pulls it for a maximum.

Another one goes the distance!

Zampa tosses it up and wide this time, Pandya gets on his knee and drives it over covers for six.

Stunning stroke-play once again from the all-rounder who's making a serious name for himself in this series.

IND - 173/3 after 28 overs.


Two runs and a big wicket from that Coulter-Nile over.

The Aussies are the favourites at this stage.

IND - 149/3 after 25 overs.



Australia break India's back as Kohli is cleaned up by Coulter-Nile.

Massive blow this for the hosts!

Tried to dab it down to third-man but chopped it on to the stumps instead.


What a shot from Kohli!

​Richardson drifts on to his pads, the Indian skipper flicks it with disdain past mid-wicket for four.

As Brett Lee just reiterated in commentary, Kohli holds the key.


Madness between the wickets from the two Indian batsmen.

Kohli plays a cut which is stopped sensationally from Smith at Point.

Rohit, without seeing if the ball has passed the fielder, runs hard and reaches the striker's end.

Smith releases the ball quickly, Head backs up well and throws the ball to the non-striker's end where Rohit gets run-out.

All of a sudden, India find themselves in serious trouble. Both the openers back in the hut!

IND - 135/2 after 23 overs.


Good passage of play for the Aussies.

Have checked the run-flow and also got the vital break-through.

But Kohli is the key man here. He puts a heavy price on his wicket and is a master at pacing a chase.

And as we were talking, Rohit steps out and deposits the ball straight back into the stands.

IND - 127/1 after 22 overs.



Rahane tries to get a maximum, the ball is caught at the long-on boundary by Finch.

Kane Richardson gets a much-needed break-through for the Australians.

A wicket just after the Drinks break for the visitors.

Skipper Virat Kohli walks out to the middle for India.


Just three runs from that Travis Head over.

He's doing a good job for the Aussies in the absence of Marcus Stoinis.

Time for Drinks!

IND - 106/0 after 18 overs.


Huuuuge six from Rohit Sharma!

Zampa tosses it up, the ball sails into the stands.

Another six!

Identical slog sweep from Rohit for a maximum.

The Hitman brings up his half-century. What a way to do it!

IND - 103/0 after 17 overs.


Australia pulling things back here. The boundaries have dried up.

The spinners are slipping in quick overs.

Meanwhile, Ajinkya Rahane brings up his fifty! His third in a row.

IND - 89/0 after 16 overs.


Spin from both ends now. Travis Head introduced to bowl some gentle off-spinners.

Four runs came from that over.

IND - 81/0 after 14 overs.


Spin introduced as Adam Zampa comes on to have a bowl.

He was dropped after a poor outing in the first ODI.

Can the leggie make amends tonight?

Five runs from Zampa's first over.

IND - 77/0 after 13 overs.


Australia finally manage to string in a couple of quiet overs.

Rohit and Rahane happy to not take risks and deal in singles.

But the visitors suffer a major blow, Stoinis limps off the field after suffering an injury. He has been a consistent performer for the Aussies in this series.

Finch bowls the last ball ball to complete the 12th over.

IND - 72/0 after 12 overs.


Dramatic stroke-play from the Indians!

Marcus Stoinis comes into the attack, Rahane plays another ferocious square-cut for four.

IND - 65/0 after 10 overs.


Kane Richardson replaces Pat Cummins. Rohit greets him with a similar short-arm pull for six!

That shot from the right-hander is a real treat for the eyes.

Rahane joins the action!

Another short ball, another pull for six!

Top class batting this from the Indian openers.

12 came from that over.

IND - 59/0 after 9 overs.


Rahane plays a Sachin-style square-cut for four!

Got low and used quick hand-speed to guide the ball past the left of point.

The two Indian openers are matching each other shot-for-shot.

Great entertainment for the crowd at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

IND - 45/0 after 7 overs.


Rahane joins the act!

Slaps one from Coulter-Nile over the covers boundary for six.

A six and five dot balls from that over. Good enough for India at the moment.

IND - 39/0 after 6 overs.


What a shot from Rohit Sharma!

The ball wasn't even that short, but Rohit brought out his trademark short-arm pull for six.

Hitting a pull for six in front of the wicket, that too with a forward press, is not an easy thing to do.

IND - 33/0 after 5 overs.


Classic Rohit square-cut for four!

Coulter-Nile falters in his line and length, Rohit dispatches the ball to the boundary.

Good start this for India.

IND - 25/0 after 4 overs.


Excellent shot from Rahane!

Cummins drifts on to the pads, Rahane flicks it stylishly past square-leg for four.

Another ball angling in, this time Rohit plays a leg glance for a double.

Eight runs from that over.

IND - 20/0 after 3 overs.


Nathan Coulter-Nile gets good shape away from the right-hander.

Rahane uses the angle to open his bat and guide it past the slip cordon for four.

Six runs from that over too.

IND - 12/0 after 2 overs.


Cracking shot from Rahane to get the Indian innings going!

Cummins pitched it way outside, Rahane threw his bat at it and the ball went flying to the extra-cover fence.

Six runs from the first over.


Right, the Indian chase is about to get underway.

Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma will open the innings for the hosts.

The Mumbai duo were in fine form in the previous game, India need them to get off to a solid start tonight as well.

Pat Cummins has the brand new cherry in his hand.

Here we go!


On a belter of a wicket, and after getting a great start, Australia will be disappointed with how much they've ended up with.

334 is a par score on this track, against this Indian batting line-up.

Will India register their 10th consecutive ODI victory tonight?

Join us after a short break to find out!


Australia finish with 334/5 at the end of their 50 overs.

Stoinis plays a stunning pull for six in the final over bowled by Shami. 15 runs came from it.


Fine spell of fast-bowling from Umesh Yadav comes to an end.

He picked up four wickets and gave away 71 runs in his ten overs. Came back well after the early onslaught from the Aussie openers.

Final six balls of the innings coming up!

AUS - 319/5 after 49 overs.



Umesh bowls a leg-spinner, Handscomb slogs it for a maximum.


Umesh rattles the right-hander's stumps on the next ball.

Peter Handscomb departs for 43 off 30.


Top class over from Shami. Just six runs came from it.

Marcus Stoinis has joined Peter Handscomb in the middle.

AUS - 306/4 after 48 overs.


Australia bring up their 300 at the end of the 47th over.

How many can they get in the final 18 balls?


Head finally gets going, pulls a short ball from Umesh for six.


Another short ball, another attempted pull for six, but this time Rahane takes a fine catch at deep square-leg.

Tavis Head's pedestrian innings of 29 off 38 comes to an end.

Umesh Yadav picks up his third wicket.

AUS - 299/4 after 46.5 overs.


Kohli is fielding at long-on, with Dhoni leading from behind the stumps. Great to see the understanding between the duo.

Meanwhile, the fifty-run partnership between Head and Handscomb comes up. They really need to up the ante now.

​11 runs from that Shami over.

​AUS - 287/3 after 46 overs.


Travis Head has made 18 from 31. Poor batting from him. Snatched away the momentum the openers had provided.

AUS - 276/3 after 45 overs.


Another good over for India, just five runs from it.

Australia's middle-order frailties are being exposed once again.

The run-rate is dipping steadily.

AUS - 271/3 after 44 overs.


Just the two runs from that Shami over.

India have well and truly put the breaks on the run-flow.

With ten overs still to play, it'll be a shame if Australia don't get close to 350.

AUS - 248/3 after 40 overs.



Smith hits one from Umesh straight to Kohli at mid-wicket. Poor shot from the Australian skipper, was in no control of that flick off his pads.

100th ODI wicket for Umesh Yadav.

Australia lose their third wicket in quick succession.

The Indians have their tails up now!

Peter Handscomb is the new man at the crease.


Kedar is doing a fine job for India. Has picked up the key wicket of Warner and given just 22 off his four over so far.

AUS - 236/2 after 37 overs.


Skipper Steve Smith decides to send Travis Head ahead of him.

Good decision this, Head is known to be a big hitter. Just what the Aussies need at the moment. It's important not to lose important.


Finch tries to hoick a slower one from Umesh Yadav, the ball goes straight to Hardik Pandya who a simple catch at mid-on.

Quick wickets for India, just what they needed!

Finch walks back for a well made 94 off 96.

AUS - 231/2 after 35.5 overs.


Stand and deliver from Finch!

Kedar pitches it in the arc, the ball sails out of the park.


Warner tries to pull it for six, the ball goes straight to Axar at long-on.

Finally India get a wicket!

Warner departs for a phenomenal 124 off 119.

AUS - 231/1 after 35 overs.


Huuuge six from Warner!

Axar pitches it up to the left-hander from over the wicket, the ball is sent to the roof of the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Follows that up with two more boundaries.

What is happening here?! The Indians look clueless.

16 runs came from that over.

AUS - 222/0 after 34 overs.


Just the three runs from that Kedar Jadhav over. He's bowling his off-spinners with a ridiculously round-arm action.

The Indians are looking desperate to contain boundaries.

AUS - 206/0 after 33 overs.



Sensational innings from the star Aussie batsman!

Celebrates his century in his trademark style - the jump and punch in the air.

Australia could be looking at a score close to 400 if the left-hander keeps going for the next ten overs.

AUS - 197/0 after 31 overs.


Finch has picked up his strike-rate in the last few overs.

Smashing the spinners for sixes at will.

You simply can't toss the ball up to him at the moment.

The Indians look like they're only hoping for the batsmen to throw their wickets away.

AUS - 174/0 after 27 overs.


50 for Aaron Finch!

Continuing his good form after getting a century in the previous game. He should thank Dhoni for the gift, though.

AUS - 148/0 after 25 overs.


Finch survives a major scare!

Chahal beats the right-hander all ends up, Dhoni misses an easy stumping.

The ball drifted in even as Finch came out to hit a big one, but MSD simply didn't move and the ball went right through him.

India can't afford such misses!

AUS - 143/0 after 23 overs.


Warner steps out to Chahal again, the ball sails over the mid-wicket rope again.

The left-hander is cutting loose now. Looking for a boundary on just about every delivery.

AUS - 135/0 after 21 overs.


Warner goes big, deposits one from Chahal over the ropes.

Finch was the one who had gotten off to the better start, but Warner has raced well ahead now.

11 runs came from that over.

AUS - 123/0 after 19 overs.


Chahal comes in to have a bowl. Gives away just two runs to begin his spell.

What a start this has been for Australia!

At this rate, they look good to get close to 350 today.

Finch and Warner will get out only if they throw their wicket away.

Playing with absolute comfort. Rotating the strike freely and getting the odd boundary at will.

Time for Drinks!

AUS - 104/0 after 17 overs.



Warner takes on Axar!

​Rocks back and pulls the ball over the mid-wicket fence.

Follows that up with another boundary.

Fifty for David Warner, off just 45 balls.

Ominous signs for the Indians.

10 came from that over.

AUS- 95/0 after 15 overs.


India have to get a wicket soon.

Finch and Warner don't look like they're going to throw their wicket away.

Pandya and Axar not looking too threatening.

AUS - 85/0 after 14 overs.


Hardik Pandya replaces Umesh. Finch greets him with the shot of the day so far.

Stood still and drove on the rise through covers. Statement shot that.

Nine runs came from that over.

AUS - 73/0 after 12 overs.


Axar Patel comes into the attack. A little surprising that he gets a bowl ahead of the in-form Yuzvendra Chahal.

Good start for the left-arm spinner, though. Just the one run off his first over.


Poor bowling from Umesh, got hit for 3 boundaries in that over.

Finch and Warner are in cruise control at the moment.

Kohli must look at a bowling change.

AUS - 63/0 after 10 overs.


50 up for Australia!

The top 3 hold the key for the visitors. They needed a good start to lay the foundation for a big total, they have got one here.

The Indians will be well aware that the Aussie middle-order is shaky. A couple of quick wickets and the complexion of the game could drastically change.

AUS - 50/0 after 9 overs.


The boundaries are coming thick and fast for the Aussies.

India haven't looked threatening at all till now.

Shami and Umesh struggling to maintain a disciplined line and length.

AUS - 49/0 after 8 overs.


Australia have gotten off to a great start!

Both Finch and Warner are dealing in boundaries. Not looking in any discomfort whatsoever.

With regular new-ball bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah being rested, this is a big opportunity for Shami and Umesh to prove their mettle. Not the ideal start of the duo.

AUS - 29/0 after 5 overs.


Finch, fresh off a sparkling century in the previous game, is looking good today as well.

India have a new set opening bowlers operating - Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav.

The wicket is a belter, lots of runs on the cards today.

AUS - 9/2 after 2 overs.


We're all set for the first ball of the 4th ODI.

Mohammed Shami has the brand new cherry, Aaron Finch is on strike.

Here we go!

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