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OPINION | Aussie cricket's perennial search for 'the line' rears its ugly head again

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Lloyd Burnard
Lloyd Burnard

If you woke up on Monday morning and immediately switched on the coverage of the final day of the third Test between Australia and India in Sydney, you were in for a treat. 

India resumed the day 98/2, needing another 309 runs for what would have been the unlikeliest of victories. 

The far likelier outcome was that Australia would bag the eight wickets they needed to go 2-1 up in what had already been a fascinating series up until the first ball on day five. 

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