India vs Australia 2013 4th ODI: Australia lose wickets at regular intervals; Score 76/4 in 16 overs

Australia will hope for another big knock from captain George Bailey © Getty Images  (File photo)

Oct 23, 2013

Australia reached 76 for four after 16 overs in the fourth One-Day International match at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi on Wednesday.

After crawling to 69 for three from 14 overs, Australia lost Adam Voges in the 15th over when the right-handed batsman was declared out LBW.

This was after Shami Ahmed rattled Australia with three wickets early on in the fourth ODI. Australia were for three after 10 overs.

After cleaning up Finch early, Shami got Hughes caught by wicketkeeper MS Dhoni on the fourth ball of the sixth over in the match.  Watson was bowled by the right-arm India seamer in the eighth over of the game, after a rain interruption for a short span of time.

India seamer Shami Ahmed bagged his second wicket in the game in form of Phil Hughes, to leave Australia struggling at 24 for two after 5.4 overs.

George Bailey, who walked out after Hughes’s dismissal, got a reprieve on the first ball as Virat Kohli spilled a catch at the second slip.

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