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Fourth Test

Australia v India

2005:

Matthew Engel

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 2003-04

Waugh scraps on

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh's final innings contained all his trademark shots while Simon Katich continued to dominate the spinners

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 2003-04

Waugh scraps on

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh's final innings contained all his trademark shots while Simon Katich continued to dominate the spinners

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Sourav Ganguly - 'We could have bowled better'

Jan 6, 2004: At the post-match press conference, Sourav Ganguly wore a vacant look, of disappointment and frustration

Sambit Bal at the SCG

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

A touch of romance

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh departed the stage as he had graced it, shorn of frills and gimmicks, walking swiftly back with a few waves of the bat in honour of those who made it such a memorable occasion

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

A touch of romance

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh departed the stage as he had graced it, shorn of frills and gimmicks, walking swiftly back with a few waves of the bat in honour of those who made it such a memorable occasion

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Steve Waugh - 'No sledging in cricket, mate'

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh admitted that it had taken him until the last innings of a distinguished 168-Test career to realise that

Dileep Premachandran at the SCG

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Waugh's last stand

Jan 6, 2004: It was an irony that a man whose bequest to cricket is the elimination of the draw should end his Test career with one.

Sambit Bal at the SCG

Save the on-field umpire

On age and technology

Jan 6, 2004: In the middle of a fascinating period of play, the last thing you wanted to see was this: players looking up at replays on a giant screen, in dismay and anger; the crowd gasping at an umpiring decision that was clearly wrong; the umpire in question,

Amit Varma

Save the on-field umpire

On age and technology

Jan 6, 2004: In the middle of a fascinating period of play, the last thing you wanted to see was this: players looking up at replays on a giant screen, in dismay and anger; the crowd gasping at an umpiring decision that was clearly wrong; the umpire in question,

Amit Varma

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day

Waugh saves his final battle

Jan 6, 2004: Steve Waugh made 80 in his last Test innings, and with Simon Katich making an unbeaten 77, Australia ended up with 357 for 6 to draw the Test

The Wisden Bulletin

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 4th day

Rahul Dravid - 'I'd back a team to score 300 on this wicket'

Jan 5, 2004: Rahul Dravid made another telling contribution in India's second innings while Simon Katich held his nerve and cracked his maiden Test hundred

Dileep Premachandran at the SCG

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney

Say hello to Katich

Jan 5, 2004: When Simon Katich took guard on the third day, Australia were almost out of the game

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 4th day

Storming the Australian bastion

Jan 5, 2004: For Australia, a draw would be a creditable result, but it will feel like defeat to draw a series they were expected to dominate

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney

Say hello to Katich

Jan 5, 2004: When Simon Katich took guard on the third day, Australia were almost out of the game

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 4th day

Australia on the back foot despite Katich hundred

Jan 4, 2004: Rahul Dravid's unbeaten 91 and Anil Kumble's 8 for 141 put India in control at the SCG

The Wisden Bulletin

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 4th day

Dravid and Kumble lead Indian charge

Jan 4, 2004: Rahul Dravid's unbeaten 91 and Anil Kumble's 8 for 141 put India in control at the SCG

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 3rd day

A plan for the spinners

Jan 4, 2004: If Australia were to come close to India's total, the top three batsmen had to get going

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 3rd day

A plan for the spinners

Jan 4, 2004: If Australia were to come close to India's total, the top three batsmen had to get going

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 3rd day

'I can't remember playing a team like them' - Langer

Jan 4, 2004: Justin Langer, who kept Australia alive for the best part of today, paid his rivals the ultimate compliment by saying that the Australians have a lot to learn from the way the Indian batsmen have batted in this series

Wisden Cricinfo staff
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