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Last Updated: Monday, 5 January, 2004, 08:56 GMT
Australia v India day four photos
Simon Katich raises his bat to the crowd after reaching his century
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Australia's hopes of saving the match are boosted on the fourth morning when Simon Katich reaches his maiden Test century
Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel stumps Jason Gillespie
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Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel stumps Jason Gillespie to reduce Australia to 473-9, and they are all out just one run later
Spinner Anil Kumble of India is congratulated on his eight-wicket haul
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Spinner Anil Kumble does the damage for India, claiming 8-141 - most impressive bowling figures at the Sydney Cricket Ground in more than 100 years
The crowd at the SCG hold aloft a banner saying 'Steve Waugh retire him to stud'
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A capacity crowd at the SCG make their feelings clear as India opt to bat again, despite Australia finishing 32 runs short of saving the follow-on
Australian fast bowler Brett Lee (right) holds his head in his hands after a catch is dropped
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Australian fast bowler Brett Lee sends down some quick deliveries in an attempt to trouble India's batsmen
Australia's Ricky Ponting signals another six by India
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Australia's Ricky Ponting signals another six as, despite the early loss of Akish Chopra, India quickly pile on the runs in their second innings
India's Sachin Tendulkar is hit on the head by a quick Brett Lee delivery
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India's Sachin Tendulkar is hit on the head by a quick Lee delivery but recovers to stroke his way to an unbeatn 60
Rahul Dravid hits a boundary on his way to 91 not out
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Rahul Dravid makes 91 not out in an unbroken thrid-wicket partnership of 138 as India declare on 221-2, setting Australia 442 to win the match
Steve Waugh's twin brother Mark is amongst the interested spectators in Sydney
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Steve Waugh's twin brother Mark is amongst the interested spectators in Sydney - set 443 to win, victory for Steve Waugh in his final Test looks unlikely




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