Bangladesh are battling to save the Test match in Hyderabad as they have been reduced to 103 for 3 in their second innings. India made 159 for 4 declared in their second innings to give the visitors a target of 459 to win the one-off Test match. This after Bangladesh were bowled out for 388 in their first innings. Also Read - On This Day: Rohit Sharma's Masterclass Against Bangladesh in 2019 WC

Resuming Day 4 on Sunday at 322 for 6, Bangladesh rode on Mushfiqur Rahim’s 127 to get a respectable total. But India still had the chance to enforce the follow on as they made 687 for 6 declared in their first innings. Also Read - Shafali Verma Was Given The License to Attack: Shikha Pandey

For India, Umesh Yadav bagged three wickets in India’s first turn with the ball. We also saw two scalps each from Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra JadejaAlso check-India vs Bangladesh, Live Score, One-off Test Match, India vs Bangladesh, 2017 Also Read - Since Smriti Mandhana Wasn't Around, I Had to Take The Responsibility: Shafali Verma

Then when India got a chance to bat the second time around, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 54 not out and Virat Kohli chipped in with 38. In India’s second innings, Shakib Al Hasan and Taskin Ahmed bagged two scalps each.

Moving on to the final innings of the match, the top scorer has been Soumya Sarkar who made 42 and there was also a contribution from Mominul Haque who scored 27. As for India’s bowling in the final innings, Ashwin bagged two scalps and Jadeja picked up one wicket.

Now we will have to wait and watch that how long Bangladesh last on the final day. It is by no means a very difficult pitch for batting but considering it will be Day 5, there has been enough wear and tear on the surface to keep the Indian bowlers excited.