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BANGALORE, India (AP) - Australia lost four wickets on a crumbling pitch to start its second innings Friday after skipper Adam Gilchrist declined to enforce a follow on in the opening cricket Test against India.
Frustrated by India's tailenders for three hours, Gilchrist asked his openers to bat the second time.
Australia, chasing its first Test series triumph on Indian soil in 35 years, bolstered the lead to 355 by compiling 127, but suffered a top-order collapse by the close of the third day's play.