The fourth day of the third Test between Australia and India is hit with rain. The Indian team which finished the day three with overnight score of 462/8 was dismissed for 465 runs. Mitchell Johnson took no time to remove the Indian tailenders and gave his team a lead of 65 runs in the first innings.
In the second innings, David Warner gave a quick start to the hosts. But Ashwin removed Warner who is nearing half century and then the Aussie moved slowly. At lunch Australia were at 90 runs for the loss of one wicket while Shane Watson and Chris Rogers were in the crease with 15 and 33 individual scores respectively. Currently the Aussies have a lead of 155 runs and the rain has obstructed about 45 minutes of play.