WATCH: Bumrah's best wickets

Highlights of India's pace spearhead from the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, in which he has taken 11 wickets in three Tests

Jasprit Bumrah's participation in the fourth Test, at the Gabba, is in doubt after he picked up an abdomen strain. Bumrah's contribution has been vital to India in the series, in which he has attacked the stumps and hurried the batsmen with short balls to pick up wickets at important moments.
Joe Burns, lbw, Adelaide, 1st innings
Bumrah started the Test series bowling a little too short but made an immediate adjustment and went fuller and straight in his second spell. He got one right up, almost yorker length, to Joe Burns and trapped him in front of middle. The ball tailed in a little and was bowled at 141.3kph, enough to beat Burns' attempted leg-side flick and leave Australia in trouble at 29 for 2.
Joe Burns, c Rishabh Pant, MCG, 1st innings
After Australia won the toss and chose to bat in the second Test, it was important for India to get early wickets. Bumrah provided one with a delivery that was angled in at Burns and then held its line to take the edge. Bumrah chose to go with a line just outside off to Burns early, but the angle, delivered from wide and coming back into the right-hander, forced the batsman to play at most balls.
Travis Head, c Ajinkya Rahane, MCG, 1st innings
Head had got himself in and helped take Australia past 100 with just three wickets down. His partnership with Marnus Labuschagne was looking ominous for India when Rahane brought Bumrah back for a third spell. What made this dismissal impressive was the set up. Bumrah bowled three sharp short balls to Head from around the wicket, pushing him onto the back foot. Then came one slightly fuller and outside off. Head was stuck on the back foot and pushed at it tentatively, getting a thick edge that carried to gully.
Steven Smith, bowled, MCG, 2nd innings
Bumrah had attacked Smith's stumps often through the series and at a crucial juncture at Melbourbe went back to the tactic. Smith exposes his leg stump when he walks across but is rarely actually bowled around the legs. This delivery from Bumrah, though, was quick, at 140.2kph, and on the perfect length. It beat Smith's attempted leg glance and just clipped the bail. Australia were already under pressure after conceding a big first-innings lead and losing their best batsman just when he was looking good put them in a difficult spot.
Pat Cummins, c Mayank Agarwal, MCG, 2nd innings
India had reached a dominant position in the Boxing Day Test after reducing Australia to 99 for 6 in the second innings, but Cameron Green and Pat Cummins put up some resistance with a 57-run partnership. Bumrah ended it on the fourth morning with a brute of a bouncer that hit Cummins on the glove as he looked to fend, went on to hit the helmet and looped up to second slip.
Cameron Green, lbw, SCG, 1st innings
Australia were in a dominant position on the second day at the SCG before Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets to leave them 232 for 4. Then, Bumrah got his hands on the new ball and pursued the line that had been so productive for him, attacking the stumps. He got India right back into the game with two quick strikes. One seamed back off a length at Cameron Green and hit him in front of off to send him back for a duck.
Tim Paine, bowled, SCG, 1st innings
Four overs later, Bumrah clean bowled Tim Paine through the gate. This one swung back a bit in the air and was pitched full. It seemed to beat Paine for pace too and went between bat and pad to hit off stump.