Result: Australia trail by 192 runs in second Test against India

Ravichandran Ashwin bowls on September 11, 2011
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Australia lose two early wickets to reach stumps on 74-2 against India, who lead the second Test by 192 runs.

Australia lose two early wickets in their second innings against India to reach stumps with a deficit of 192 runs on the third day of the second Test in Hyderabad.

The visitors, who could become the first nation to suffer an innings defeat after declaring in their first innings, took to the crease after bowling India all out for 503 due to the impressive performance of Xavier Doherty on the field.

Despite the hosts losing wickets in quick succession, the second session wasn't too detrimental to them due to their strong innings total, largely helped along by Cheteshwar Pujara (204).

The Aussies opened with Ed Cowan and David Warner in their second innings, but they were dealt an early blow when Ravichandran Ashwin bowled Warner out for 26.

Phillip Hughes was the next man to fall from a nine-ball duck courtesy of Ashwin, who snatched two wickets after 23 overs.

Cowan (26) and Shane Watson (9) will resume tomorrow on 74-2.

Australia's David Warner on day two of their third Test against Sri Lanka, January 4, 2013
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