India 250 (Pujara 123, Hazlewood 3-52) and 3 for 151 (Rahul 44) lead Australia 235 (Head 72, Bumrah 3-47, Ashwin 3-57) by 166 runs
Adelaide: India were 3 for 151 at stumps on third day in the first Test at Adelaide Oval on Saturday, with Cheteshwar Pujara on 40 and by and overall lead by 166.
Pujara-Kohli added 71 for third wicket.
It sprinkled. It rained some more. In the middle of the showers, following a postponed begin to day three at Adelaide Oval, Jasprit Bumrah got a wicket.
After the second intrusion, Mohammed Shami took two out of two balls to hand India a lead of 15 runs and abandon himself on a cap trap when Australia bat in the fourth innings.
Rishabh Pant held the gets of every one of the three Australian wickets to fall, giving him six for the innings to approach the Indian record held by MS Dhoni.
KL Rahul and Murali Vijay accomplished their initial 50 or more opening stand outside of India to drive India's lead forward, before both tumbled to senseless drives outside off stump.
Rahul demonstrated that he could see out the new ball, at that point hit a staggering six over additional cover just to succumb to 44 only minutes previously tea.
Having confronted 63 balls, the second most he's confronted for the current year after the 224 he expected to get that dead-elastic 149 in England.
Cheteshwar Pujara successfully reviewed two decisions against Nathan Lyon.
Virat Kohli, for a change, got the chance to sit with his cushions on for 24.2 overs, and keeping in mind that batting turned into the quickest batsman to 1000 keeps running on Australian soil. He got to inside 15 minutes of stumps, evading his common senses to play 104 balls for 34 preceding he tumbled to the continually compromising Lyon, who with six expulsions is currently the best bowler against Kohli.
The consequence of this stop-begin yet entirely captivating day was that at stumps on Saturday, India had a lead of 166 over Australia.
At 151/3, with two days left and Pujara batting on 40, they can genuinely push Australia out of this Test.
Earlier, when the rain yielded, Lyon infused a bustling 24 of every a remain of 27 with Head, hitting two fours and a six.
That six fell off Shami's first bundle of the morning, a sure swat over profound square leg. Shami had the last say, be that as it may, driving edges off Head (72) and Josh Hazlewood.