IND vs AUS: Check out these stats after Australia dominates the Indore pitch

Australian side have bounced back well in the third Test match against India. Indian cricket team had no answers to the questions Australian bowlers and batters asked in the game in Indore. After this loss, the series is now at 2-1 and the final game will be an important one.



Since the beginning of 2013, India has suffered three defeats in 45 home Tests. Before this defeat in Indore, they were defeated by Australia by 333 runs in Pune in 2017 and by England by 227 runs in Chennai four years later in 2021.

The last time India lost a home Test after batting first was against England in Kolkata in December 2012. Both of their home defeats since the Indore Test occurred when they lost the toss and were asked to field first. In the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy, all three teams that batted first were defeated.

This was only the second time India had been bowled out for less than 200 in both innings of a home Test since the start of the 1977/78 home season. The other instance occurred against Australia in Pune in 2017, when they were dismissed for 105 and 107. India batted for 93.5 overs in this Test, the second fewest ever at home after 74 overs against Australia in that Pune game.