India Leads Australia by Four Runs After Day 2 of Cricket Test

Half-centuries from Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara helped India take a four-run lead over Australia on day two of the final cricket Test in Delhi.

Vijay scored 57 and Pujara had 52 as India reached 266-8 at stumps after bowling Australia out for 262. Nathan Lyon is 5-94 for the visitors, who are trying to avoid being swept in a four- match series for the first time since 1970.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar will resume on 10 for India, which has never won four Tests in a series.

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