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David Warner went on to score his 19th Test ton off 121 deliveries, including 15 fours and a six © Getty Images (File Photo)

Following a healthy start to the fourth day, Australia could not keep up with momentum set by David Warner as they lost 5 wickets in the opening session of the day. Bangladesh, on the other hand, are just 3 wickets away from glory. Warner was the star of the session having scored a fine 112 under pressure followed by skipper Steven Smith’s doughty innings of 37. As for the Bangladesh bowling, Shakib Al Hasan managed to claim 4 for 68. He found support from his teammates, who kept on chipping away at wickets. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: Bangladesh vs Australia 2017, 1st Test at Dhaka

Australia were off to a steady start as Warner and Smith brought up the 100-run stand for the third wicket. Warner survived an lbw scare, following it up with his 19th Test ton off 121 deliveries that comprised of 15 fours and a six. However, he fell for 112, after being trapped leg-before by Shakib. The scoreboard read 158 for 3. Just 13 runs later, Smith fell for 37 to Shakib as well. FULL CRICKET UPDATES: Bangladesh vs Australia 2017, 1st Test at Dhaka, Day 4

Australia were unable to find the right rhythm after the fall of their pillars. At the score of 187, Handscomb fell for mere 15 to Taijul Islam, Soumya Sarkar taking a spectacular catch. It was followed by Matthew Wade for 4 to Shakib just 5 runs later. Wade reviewed, but replays revealed he was plumb. Three runs later, Ashton Agar hit one straight back to Taijul. Meanwhile, incoming batsman Pat Cummins survived an lbw call.

Brief scores

Bangladesh 260 and 221 lead Australia 217 and 199 for 7 (David Warner 112, Steven Smith 37; Shakib Al Hasan 4 for 68) by 66 runs.