Latest cricket news- Chappell not impressed with Shreyas
The Indian match team faced their hardest day for the ongoing border Gavaskar Trophy when Australia showed great potential to make control on the third test in Indore. They also lose the toss for this match against Australia. The tourists produced a performance of command with the ball as they skittled India for over 109 inside the 34 overs, thanks to five ticket haul by Matthew Kuhnemann. Then the pair of Marnus Labuschagne and Usman Khawaja produced a strong display, with the former hitting of well-compiled fifty to put the Australia team in the lead. In this way, the Indian bowlers have to face hard with all Australian wickets. India has the hope for a better day, while Australia will want to build their great opening day performance.
In South Africa, the West Indies team land quick blows after the 130-run lead conceding in the first test in centurion. In reply to the first innings of South Africa of a total 342-all out, the West Indies team folded for 212. However, Alzarri Joseph struck two times in the match when the host lost the wickets for only 49 runs in 8.1 overs before stumps on the second day.
In Bangladesh, England takes the 1-0 lead in the third match ODI series. The unbeaten century from Dawid Malan helps to England team to overhaul the target of 210 at shere bangla national stadium in Dhaka. Batting first, the hosts were limited to 209 all out in total 47.2 overs. Najmul Shanto is top-scored for the Bangladesh team with 58 off 82. For the England team, Mark Wood, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali picked for two wickets every while Will Jacks and Chris Woakes chipped in with every wicket. England's team were reduced to 167/7, but Malan continued to wage on the lone battle, and with adil rashid, he guided the team over the line in 48.4 overs. The second test match series will schedule to play on Friday at the same venues.