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ICC World Test Championship Final, Day 4: Australia Declare 2nd Innings At 270-8, Set India A Target Of 444 Runs

Alex Carey (66*) and Mitchell Starc frustrated the Indian bowlers by adding 93 runs for the seventh wicket. Shami finally got the breakthrough, dismissing Starc for 41 and Pat Cummins for 5 before declaration.

Starc scored a handy 57-ball 41 before being dismissed by Shami.
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Resuming post lunch at 201-6, Alex Carey and Mitchell Starc continued their batting heroics, as they put on a 93-riun partnership for the 7th wicket in the 2nd innings of the ICC World Test Championship final against India on Saturday. (More Cricket News)

Carey (66*) played a watchful innings, striking 8 fours. Meanwhile, Starc was aggressive in his own way, hitting 7 fours en route to his 57-ball 41.

Mohammed Shami provided India the much-needed breakthrough by dismissing Starc with Virat Kohli contributing towards the honours. Ravindra Jadeja (3-58) added to his overnight tally of two wickets when he dismissed Cameron Green before lunch.

With Australia declaring their innings at 270-8, India need to chase the target of 444 runs. The highest-ever successful run chase at the Oval came in 1902 when Englang chased down 263 runs against Australia.

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