Ravichandran Ashwin © Getty Images
Ravichandran Ashwin © Getty Images

Ravichandran Ashwin finishes with figures of five for 87 as Bangladesh have been bowled out for 256 in their first innings as India enforce follow-on on Day Five of the one-off Test at Fatullah. harbhajan Singh picked up three and fast bowler Varun Aaron picked up three to ensure that the bowlers rounded off an impressive show. Live Cricket Score, India vs Bangladesh 2015, one-off Test at Fatullah, Day 5

India did not waste much of time in getting Bangladesh all out after the Tea break. Bangladesh will have to pat around 30 more overs to make sure that they save the match. India will however fancy their chances of getting rid of Bangladesh within the amount of time they have in their hands. The match has been marred by rain throughout the five days and will hope that it does not hamper them in the final session. Live Scorecard:Bangladesh vs India 2015, 1st Test, Day 5 at Fatullah

Imrul Kayes to scored with 73 and debutant Litton Das scored 44 in their innings to make sure that Bangladesh came close to avoiding the follow-on. India will slip down to seventh in the ICC rankings if they draw this match and therefore have everything to play for as we come to the close of this Test match. India captain Virat Kohli too will be keen to register his first win as Indian captain.

Earlier on Day One, India had won the toss and elected to bat first. India made 462 for six in their first innings, thanks to 173 and 150 by Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay respectively. Ajinkya Rahane came in at No.5 and ensured that Bangladesh got to a huge score, which eventually put the hosts under a lot of pressure.

Brief scores:

India 462 for 6 decl. (Murali Vijay 150, Shikhar Dhawan 173, Ajinkya Rahane 98; Shakib-Al-Hasan 4 for 105, Jubair Hossain 2 for 113) lead Bangladesh 256 (Imrul Kayes 72, Litton Das 44; Ravichandran Ashwin 5 for 87, Harbhajan Singh 3 for 64) by 206 runs.

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(Pramod Ananth is a reporter at CricketCountry. He has represented Karnataka table tennis under-15, and is a hardcore supporter of Liverpool FC. His Twitter handle is @pramz)