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October 26-30, 2004

India v Australia, 3rd Test, Nagpur

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Australia 398 and 329 for 5 dec beat India 185 and 200 by 342 runs

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Day 4
Bulletin - Australia conquer the final frontier
Australian View - The rewards of planning
Indian View - Decline and fall
Roving Reporter - Anyone for cricket?
Quotes - 'We can tick-mark the India box' - Gilchrist
Quotes - 'We need similar pitches in domestic cricket' - Dravid

Day 3
Bulletin - Katich rocks as Australia roll on
Verdict - The flavour of success
Australian View - Rediscovering the recipe for success
Roving Reporter - Dealing with distractions
Quotes - 'This pitch is different from other Indian wickets' - Gillespie
News - Ganguly diagnosed with hip ailment

Day 2
Bulletin - McGrath and Gillespie strangle India
Verdict - India's lack of intent
Australian View - Aussies immaculate as India search for saviour
Roving Reporter - The Fanatics are here
Quotes - 'We didn't allow India any momentum' - Buchanan

Day 1
Bulletin - Sublime Martyn leads the way
Verdict - Throwing away the initiative
Analysis - Why was Yuvraj dropped?
Australian View - Final walk for Lehmann?
Quotes - Martyn and Kartik speak out
News - Ganguly misses third Test

Preview package
Preview - Tendulkar's return revives hopes
Roving Reporter - The straw-coloured green-top
Quotes - Ganguly and Gilchrist get ready for battle
Quotes - Tendulkar prefers to see me off - McGrath
News - Tendulkar boosts ticket sales
News - The Lehmann-Clarke battle

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