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29 September 2017, 12:53 | Kristopher Drake
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Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, right celebrates Australian batsman Steven Smith's wicket during the fourth one-day global cricket match between India and Australia in Bangalore, India, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017.
Electing to bat, Australia produced a challenging total of 334/5 in their 50 overs thanks to a 231-run opening stand by David Warner and Aaron Finch. The result denied India from securing a 10th straight ODI win.
Virat Kohli'sIndia began its reply on a positive note as openers Rohit Sharma, who hit 65, and Ajinkya Rahane, who made 53, put together a 106-run stand. Virat Kohli needs 13 more runs to reach 2000 runs in ODI in this year 2017. India had never won 10 successive ODIs - by comparison Australia has done it six times - and its bid was only just thwarted.
Probable XI: David Warner, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Peter Handscomb (wk), Adam Zampa, James Faulkner and Kane Richardson.
On Wednesday, BCCI shared a video of the Indian bowler practising yorkers in the nets at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore ahead of the 4th ODI between India and Australia. Kedar Jadhav, on 67, was caught in the deep in the 46th over.
At the other end Finch looked like doing the same after surviving a missed stumping by MS Dhoni when on 47, but he was unable to record back-to-back hundreds as he bludgeoned Umesh Yadav (4-71) to mid-on.
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India had already taken the five-match series with victory in each of the first three encounters. Leg-spinner Adam Zampa, who was dropped in the Indore ODI, is likely to replace Ashton Agar, who will be sitting out having broken his finger.
Yadav struck again in his next over as he removed Australia captain Steve Smith for three runs. But as Australia vice-captain David Warner pointed out, "The series is done but there is a lot to play for".
The biggest of Warner's four sixes came off Patel's bowling, with an almighty swipe over long-on clattering into the roof.
Smith was all praise for his vice-captain Warner, who hammered 12 fours and four sixes.
India, the newly crowned number one ODI side, rested three players, including wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav.
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