STUMPS: Australia lead by 363
ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) – Australia were 290 for five in their second innings at stumps today, leading India by 363 runs on the fourth day of the first cricket Test at the Adelaide Oval.
David Warner scored his second century in the match before falling on 102, while Steve Smith, who also scored a century in the first innings, was 52 not out.
Earlier India scored 444 in their first innings, with Australian Nathan Lyons taking five for 134.
Australia 515-7 dec’d (Steven Smith 162 not out, David Warner 145, Michael Clarke 128; Mohammed Shami 2-120) and 290-5 (David Warner 102, Steve Smith 52 not out; Karn Sharma 2-95). India 444 (Virat Kohli 115, Cheteshwar Pujara 73, Ajinkya Rahane 62, Murali Vijay 53; Nathan Lyon 5-134).