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Last Updated: Sunday, 4 January, 2004, 10:48 GMT
Australia v India day three photos
India lose two wickets early on day three
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India start the day on 650-5 but lose two wickets early on, both to Australian pace bowler Brett Lee
India declare on 705-7
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India finally declare on a record 705-7, leaving Steve Waugh's side an uphill task to save both the Test and the series
Australian opener Justin Langer sweeps the ball
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Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden start strongly for Australia, notching up a partnership of 147 for the opening wicket
Ganguly catches Hayden
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But Sourav Ganguly breaks up the pair as he catches a skied ball hit by Hayden
Kumble gets four wickets
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Following that Australia fail to find any sort of consistency as Kumble heads the India attack with four wickets for 103
Steve Waugh is out after being caught
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Not even Steve Waugh can inspire his side as he is caught out by India's young star Parthiv Patel
Australia need 164 to avoid the follow-on
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Despite what would normally be a good performance from Australia, they still need 164 to avoid the follow-on

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