Tour match: Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari get fifties before India draw with West Indies A
Ajinkya Rahane scored 54 as opener in India's draw at Coolidge. © AFP

India‘s three-day tour match before the first Test from Thursday ended in a draw Tuesday at Coolidge, with skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari hitting timely half-centuries against West Indies A.

The Indians declared their second innings at 185/5, after Rahane scored 54 from 162 balls as opener and No 3 Vihari 64 from 125 deliveries.

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Set an unattainable target of 305, West Indies A batted out the final session on day three to end on 47/3 from 21 overs.

Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin – in his first bowling spell of the match – took a wicket each.

Ashwin bowled the most overs – eight- and picked up Brandon King, caught for 14 by Rahane.

Brief scores: Indians 297/5 dec & 188/5 dec (Vihari 64, Rahane 54) drew with West Indies A 181 and 47/3