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The Border Gavaskar Trophy is well and truly India’s now, but Australia would, without doubt, be keen on avoiding a 4-0 whitewash heading into Feroz Shah Kotla at Delhi. They pride themselves a lot on their performance irrespective of victory or defeat, and their efforts in the last three Tests would surely have disappointed the players as well as the fans big time.

Apart from having beaten Australia in three successive Tests for the first time, the Indians have another reason to be extremely confident of whitewashing the Aussies with another Feroz Shah Kotla, in Delhi where the fourth Test begins on Friday.

Amul, extremely prompt with its ad campaigns, never misses any contemporary issue. Amul 'monitors' as Australia expel 4 players from 3rd Test vs India.

So the action now moves to the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi for the fourth and final test of the Border/Gavaskar trophy series. The hosts, up 3-0, will have visions of a 4-0 clean sweep in mind, if for no other reason than to avenge the 0-4 humiliation that was dished out to them the last time they grappled down under.

It is an old saying that one person’s pain could be another person’s gain. Murali Vijay found it out when he was recalled into the Indian team to replace a struggling Gautam Gambhir. Shikhar Dhawan was also experienced a similar feeling as he replaced the other permanent Indian opener...

BCCI announced 14-man India Squad for 4th Test and final Test against Australia starting at the Ferozeshah Kotla here on Friday 22 March 2013.

Mumbai’s run machine Ajinkya Rahane is finally set to make his Test Debut at Delhi this Friday as India’s new opener Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of action with a hand injury.

India may have won the third Test against Australia at Mohali, but one aspect of their game, which is repeating itself with alarming regularity, was on show again on Day four of the Test. India collapsed from a seemingly impregnable position...

When India went into bat in their first innings, at the stroke of lunch at day three, a draw seemed the most likely result. Day one of the Test had been completely washed out due to rain, and Australia came up with their most competent batting performance of the series to notch up an impressive score of 408 batting first.