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Scoreboard of Australia's second innings at stumps on day four of the fourth and final Test against India here on Sunday.

India first innings: 622/7 decl

Australia first innings: 300 all out in 104.5 overs

Australia 2nd Innings:

Usman Khawaja batting 4

Marcus Harris batting 2

Extras 0

Total 6 (0 wickets, 4 overs)

Bowlers: Mohammed Shami 2-1-4-0, Jasprit Bumrah 2-1-2-0.

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