India edge ahead: listen live on Roar Radio
Australia's Peter Siddle celebrates after dismissing Sachin Tendulker.
After the loss of MS Dhoni for 24 the Indian pair of Ashwin and Jadeja have fought back on a deteriorating pitch.
Nathan Lyon, bowling the spell of his career, has trapped Tendulkar LBW for 32. That leaves India on 5/180.
Both Vijay and debutante Rahane have fallen as Australia bowl themselves back into the game after Tea.
Australia has had their best bowling session of the tour, putting immense pressure on the Indian batting in the lead up to tea. Despite several chances the Indian pair of Tendulkar and Vijay have survived to tea with India on 2/135.
Nathan Lyon has had several good LBW shouts turned down and Mitchell Johnson has worried the Indian batsmen on a wearing pitch towards the end of one of Australia’s strongest sessions of the series.
Lyon has trapped Virat Kohli LBW for 1. India lose their second wicket still trailing Australia by 148.
Nathan Lyon has taken Australia’s first wicket, bowling Pujara with a lovely ball for 52. Virat Kohli comes in with India 1/108.
India have made it through to lunch on Day 2 without losing a wicket. They will resume on 59.
Fast bowler Peter Siddle reached his maiden half-century in Delhi this morning as Australia were bowled out for 262 by India in the fourth and final Test.
The tourists were already on the defensive by the end of Day 1, as they lost five wickets in the middle session to limp to the close at 8/231.
It could have been a lot worse without Siddle, as the stubbon Victorian paceman put on 53 runs with Steve Smith, then made it to stumps with an unbroken 42-run partnership with state and club teammate James Pattinson.
Siddle faced 136 balls for his 51, while Pattinson made 30 from from 91 balls as both batsmen were dismissed this morning to finish the Australian innings.
The only other resistance from the Australian batsmen came from Smith, who played another patient knock of 46 from 145 balls; Ed Cowan, who stayed solid early with 38 from 99; and Phil Hughes with a brisk 45.
David Warner, Shane Watson, Matthew Wade, Glenn Maxwell, and Mitchell Johnson managed only 103 deliveries and 32 between them, as batsman after batsman gave away their wickets on a deceptively placid pitch.
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