Check India vs Australia 4th Test Day 5 Brisbane weather forecast here

India vs Australia Brisbane Test. Photo: @BCCI
The fourth and final Test match between India and Australia has gone into Day 5 with all the three results possible at The Gabba, Brisbane. However, Brisbane weather might play spoilsport today as there are chances of rainfall. 


Earlier, rain forced early Stumps on Day 4 after India dismissed Australia for 294 in its second innings. India required 328 runs to win the Test match and clinch the four-match series. Currently, the series is levelled 1-1 after India made a stunning comeback in Melbourne.

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IND vs AUS 4th Test Day 5: Brisbane weather forecast

There is a forecast of one or two showers in Brisbane on Tuesday. However, there is a forecast of a thunderstorm in the afternoon. The temperatures in Brisbane will hover around mid-20s throughout the day.

IND vs AUS 4th Test Day 5: The Gabba pitch report

The Brisbane pitch is showing a variable bounce as the cracks have opened a bit. However, if Indians survive one or two close calls, they can score the required runs to win.

Brisbane pitch on Day 5 for India vs Australia 4th Test

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