IND vs AUS: Ahmedabad Test ends in draw, India wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1 against Australia

The fourth Test match played in Ahmedabad under the Border-Gavaskar Trophy has been declared a draw. With this, India has won the Border Gavaskar Trophy by 2-1. India won the first two matches of this series while Australia made a spectacular comeback in Indore. The historic Ahmedabad Test has been drawn. The Ahmedabad Test was also played to mark the completion of 75 years of India-Australia cricket diplomacy. On the first day of this match, the Prime Ministers of both the countries were involved. Australia won the toss and scored 480 runs in the first innings in Ahmedabad. In response, the Indian team scored 571 runs. After this, Australia’s team was playing after scoring 175 runs in the second innings, when both the captains decided to draw this test match with mutual consent.

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India has also named the Border-Gavaskar Trophy this time. The first match of the series was played at Nagpur where India defeated Australia by an innings and 132 runs. Australia also had to face a crushing defeat in the second Test match played in Delhi. This match was also over in 3 days. India won this match by 6 wickets. The Australian team made a spectacular comeback in Indore. Australia beat India by 9 wickets in Indore. This match was also over in 3 days. Controversy was also seen regarding the pitch in the Indore Test. However, there was good news for India during the Ahmedabad Test. India has reached the final of the World Test Championship.

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India has managed to make it to the finals for the second time in a row. India will compete against Australia. The pitch did not help the bowlers on the last day of the match and Australia, who were 91 runs behind in the first innings, scored 175 runs for two wickets in their second innings. Labushen was batting on 63 and Smith on 10 when both the captains agreed to end the match. India won both the opening matches of the series while Australia bounced back by winning the Indore Test.

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