16:44 INDIA WON BY 6 WICKETS, LEAD SERIES 3-0
India 2nd inns: 136-4 (33.3 overs)
Dhoni finally wakes up from his slumber. He lofts Starc over the cover region for a four while off the next ball he shuffles across and whips it fine on the leg side for another four. 1 needed from 16 balls.
Dhoni ends it in style, pulling a short ball over square leg for a four to finish off the match.
India hold their nerves in a close finish to emerge victorius by six wickets with 15 balls left in the match.
Dhoni finishes unbeaten on 18 from 28 balls, hitting 3 boundaries towards the end, while Jadeja was not out on eight from five balls.
Australia were once again outclassed within four days. If you remember, the first day of the match was washed out because of rain yet India had enough time on hand to force a victory.
Shikhar Dhawan's blazing century on his debut and Murali Vijay's second successive hundred proved to be crucial in India's superlative performance in Mohali.
16:40 India 124-4 (33 overs); Target: 133
Dhoni struggling with the bat, lot of play and misses outside the off-stump.
Tendulkar charges down the wicket to Siddle but can't beat the short cover fielder who half stops it for just one. Dhoni is then beaten again outside the off-stump while he lets a few go to the keeper. He is on 4 from 23 balls.
Somehow he gets the last ball past the point fielder for a couple to make it 22 needed from five overs.
Tendulkar releases some pressure in the next over as he lofts Starc back over his head for a boundary. What a super shot! He takes a single from the fifth ball, tapping it mid-off and running with the shot.
More drama in the middle as Tendulkar is run out for 21. He is hit on the thigh pads and he attempts to take a quick single but his partner is not interested as Warner charges in from short cover and gets a direct hit.
Tendulkar walks back after scoring 21 from 22 balls, putting on 13 runs from 33 balls for the fourth wicket, as Australia's magnificent performance with the ball continues.
New batsman Ravindra Jadeja is beaten off the first ball he faces from Siddle but lofts the next ball over mid-off for a four. Two balls later he slaps a short ball straight back past the bowler for another four. Just nine runs needed now from 3 overs.
16:38 India 108-3 (30 overs); Target: 133
The Australian pacers are doing it quite sensibly, bowling it wide and not giving the batsmen anything to hit.
A single each for Tendulkar and Dhoni makes it 28 needed from eight overs.
Siddle also concedes one from his next over as just three runs have come from the last three overs. 27 needed from 7 overs.
Dhoni clips Starc through midwicket for a couple as just two runs come from that over. 25 needed from six overs.
India's strange tactics continue as just five runs have come from the last four overs.
India 105-3 (27 overs); Target: 133
Kohli gets another wonderful boundary as he drives Starc through the off-side as India are inching closer to victory.
Siddle comes into the attack. Off the first ball he has a loud appeal for LBW against Kohli turned down, that looked to be sliding down the leg side.
However, Siddle gets his man three balls later as Kohli chips it to Hughes at short midwicket. A wicket maiden for Siddle and India now need 30 runs in nine overs for victory.
Tendulkar is batting on 14 from 15 balls as captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni walks out to bat.
16:15 India 98-2 (25 overs); Target: 133
V Kohli 29 (52b, 5x4), S Tendulkar 14 (14b, 1x4)
Starc comes on to bowl from the pavilion end. He has been disappointing so far with the ball, giving away 24 runs in four overs.
Kohli takes a single from the last ball of that over. He turns Lyon on the leg side for one before Tendulkar steers it fine on the off-side for two runs.
Starc bowls a maiden over to Kohli, who is batting quite watchfully at the moment against the pacer. 41 needed from 12 overs.
Kohli is struggling to get going before he pulls a short ball through midwicket for a four and picks a single from the last ball.
India are 98 for two in 25 overs, with 35 needed from 11 overs for victory
India 88-2 (21 overs); Target: 133
In the next over, Kohli whipped Doherty through midwicket finding the gap to perfection for a boundary.
India are 80 for two after 20 overs and just one over to go after which we will have the 15 mandatory overs. Australia captain Michael Clarke having a long discussion with the two umpires and Kohli is not too happy with the time wasting.
Tendulkar plays the sweep against Lyon but gets just one. He paddle sweeps the next one but gets a top edge and it goes fine for a boundary. The veteran then charges down the wicket but fails to get to the pitch and it somehow goes over mid-off for two runs.
Virat Kohli is on 22 from 33 balls, while Tendulkar on 11 from nine balls.
The mandatory overs begin. India need 45 runs from 15 overs for victory.
15:34 India 74-2 (19 overs); Target: 133
Australia bring back Starc but the left-armer continues to leak boundaries. A short wide delivery is hammered through the covers by Pujara to take his score to 28.
But they continue to have attacking field as Doherty bowls with a silly point, slip and gully in place but Kohli still manages to get the ball between them for another boundary.
Nathan Lyon comes into the attack now and he immediately strikes with the wicket of Pujara. The right-hander, who made 28 from 51 balls, went back and tried to hit it across on the leg side but missed and was caught plumb in front of the stumps.
Sachin Tendulkar got off the mark from the first delivery he faced, guiding it past point for two runs and three balls later drove it through the covers for another couple.
India 42-1 (15 overs); Target: 133
Pujara 24 (39b, 4x4), Kohli 10 (18b, 2x4)
Virat Kohli gets his boundary in some style as he despatches a half volley from Doherty through the covers and repeats the shot in the left-arm spinner's next over.
India are 55 for one after 14 overs. They need 78 more runs to win in around 22 overs remaining in the day. 30 minutes to go for the mandatory hour where Australia will bowl a minimum of 15 overs.
Siddle drops one short in the next over and Pujara punches between cover and point for his fourth boundary. India going at a good rate, runs coming at a fair trick, everything seems under control.
14:56 India 42-1 (10 overs); Target: 133
Pujara got a reprieve in the first over of the post tea session. Pujara tried to flick Doherty on the leg side but the ball turned a bit and got an inside edge which went on to his pads and was caught at first slip. However umpire Richard Kettleborough turned down the appeal and replays later confirmed he did get an edge.
In the next over, Vijay continued the good scoring rate as he played his favourite flick through midwicket for a boundary. Three balls later, Pujara was gifted a full toss and he too despatched it in the same region for the second four of the over. India raced to 42 after nine overs.
Doherty got the first breakthrough as Vijay was stumped for 26. The Indian opener went for a big shot over the off-side was beaten in the flight and wicketkeeper Brad Haddin did the rest as India lost their first wicket.
14:18 India 30-0 (7 overs); Target: 133
Vijay 19 (26b, 4x4), C Pujara 10 (16b, 2x4)
Siddle gets a change of ends and he takes over Starc, who now comes on from the pavilion end. The left-armer's struggle continues. Vijay makes most of some width and hits it on the up between cover and point for another boundary.
Pujara does the same in the next over as he punches Siddle through the covers in the last over of the session.
A comfortable 30 minutes for India as they reach 30 for no loss in seven overs at the tea break. They need another 103 runs for victory.
14:11 Rajneesh Gupta
says India can take inspiration from their performance in 2006 when they chased down 144 for one in 33 overs against England.
"In 2006 at this very ground India made 144 for one in 33 overs (RPO 4.36) to win the game vs England," he writes on Twitter.
14:10 India 20-0 (4 overs); Target: 133
With Shikhar Dhawan nursing a finger injury, Cheteshwar Pujara opens the innings with Murali Vijay.
Vijay gets the innings off the mark with a boundary as he flicks Starc through the square leg region before a single each to both batsmen. Vijay ends the over with another four as Starc again drifts it on the pads. Poor first over from Starc, giving away 10 easy runs to get India going.
Peter Siddle bowls the second over to Pujara, who offers a straight bat to everything and plays out a maiden.
In the next over Starc again drifts on the pads and Vijay is happily to flick it through midwicket for his third boundary and take the total to 14 after three overs.
Australia introduce spin early as Siddle is taken off after just one over and he gives way to Off-spinner Nathan Lyon.
Pujara flicks the first ball from Lyon to the leg side for a single for his first run and Vijay does the same two balls later.
India show their intent as Pujara steps down the track and flicks it through midwicket for a four. India 20 in four overs at 5 runs per over.
13:49 What chances of India going for the runs and trying to push for a win? Or will they play it safe?
Mohandas Menon recalls an incident from a couple of years back when India were faced with a similar situation but decided to play safe.
"Remember the Roseau Test vs WI in July 2011. India needed 180 in 47 overs on the last day, reached 94/3 in 32 overs. Match drawn," he writes on Twitter.
Aus 2nd inns: 223 all out (89.2), Target for India: 133
Jadeja ends the Australian second innings as he gets the wicket of Starc who is caught by Ashwin running to his right from backward short leg.
Starc made 35 from 100 balls, while Doherty finished unbeaten on 18 from 56 balls. The tailenders put on 44 runs from 109 balls for the last wicket and stayed at the wicket for nearly 70 minutes.
Australia are bowled out for 223 in their second innings, setting India a target of 133 in 27 overs but given the time on hand we will easily have more overs.
Bhuvneshwar and Jadeja are the most successful Indian bowlers with three wickets each, while Ojha and Ashwin took two apiece.
Shikhar Dhawan is down with an injury on his left hand and will be unable to open the innings, which means Cheteshwar Pujara will open with Murali Vijay.
13:28 Aus 2nd inns: 222-9 (88)
Doherty looking very confident now. He rocks back and cuts Bhuvneshwar past point for a boundary. India will be getting worried here, with every boundary hit and every passing over time is running out for them.
Last wicket fell at 12.20 which means that Doherty and Starc have batted for 50 minutes now to leave the Indians a frustrated lot. The score has now reached 211 for nine in 84 overs for an overall lead of 120 runs.
Doherty and Starc have played 124 deliveries between them, scoring 14 (41b) and 27 (83b) respectively.
After a couple of overs from the two pacers, Ashwin and Jadeja come into the bowling. Starc clips Ashwin over midwicket for a four before Doherty chips Jadeja over mid-on for a boundary. The lead is now 131 with three hours left in the match.
Starc is on 34 from 95 balls, while Doherty has hit 18 from 53 balls.
13:12 Aus 2nd inns: 205-9 (83)
Tendulkar, who bowled off-spinners in his first over, slips in a leg-spinner that turns big and bounce to start his next over which Starc somehow fends off.
The veteran is mixing it up well and the two tailenders are defending him carefully.
Australia are 196 for nine in 80 overs but India are not taking the second new ball straightaway. But they take it an over for the 82nd of the Australian innings.
Bhuvneshwar is handed the new ball for his first over of the day. Starc plays the second ball down to long on for one while Doherty bats out the over.
Starc is starting to trust his partner. He takes a single from the first ball and three balls later Doherty plays an excellent drive through the covers for a four to bring up Australia's 200 and stretch their lead to 112 runs. He then flicks it on the leg side for a couple.
Aus 2nd inns: 179-9 (72)
Haddin gets the first boundary after the lunch break as he drives a full delivery from Ojha through the covers. Ashwin and Ojha bowling in tandem and it is the former who strikes the first blow of the session as he traps Haddin leg before wicket.
Haddin, who made 30, went back but failed to pick up the carrom ball and it struck him right in front of the middle stump.
Australia nine down with a lead of just 88.
And Ishant now comes on for Ojha. Except for the two slips the field is well spread out with five men on the boundary.
11:45 Aus 2nd inns: 170-8 (67)
Australia hang on in the morning session as they reach 170 for eight in 67 overs for a slender lead of 79 runs with two full sessions left in the Test match.
Brad Haddin is batting on 23 from 63 balls, while Mitchell Starc is on 9 from 31 balls.
India claimed five wickets in the morning session as they bowled a massive 46 overs, while Australia could only add 95 runs.
The wickets were equally shared by the spinners. Jadeja took 2-27, Ojha claimed 2-40 and Ashwin got 1-52, but strangely Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who took 3-25 on Day 4 was not called in to bowl today.
11:20 Aus 2nd inns: 160-8 (61)
Mitchell Starc, who made 99, walks in to bat and immediately off-spinner Ashwin is brough into the attack to replace. Dhoni continues to have an inside out field and straightaway has a long-on for Starc, who taps it down to that region for one.
Haddin look to target Ashwin as he slog sweeps him over midwicket for a four. Dhoni has a fielder at deep midwicket and Haddin again attemps that shot but is lucky that he didn't get enough bat on it and gets just one.
Starc gets his first boundary as he steers a wide delivery from Ojha behind point.
Australia are 160-8 and their lead is now 69 runs with 15 minutes to go for lunch.
Haddin is on 16 from 47 balls and Starc on six from 11 balls.
11:01 Aus 2nd inns: 143-8 (55)
Ojha replaces Ashwin from the other end. Siddle lofts him down the ground and it carries all the way for a six. Australia look to attack the Indian spinners and put them under pressure.
But Ojha has his revenge two balls later as he gets it turn past the face of the bat, beating Siddle's defensive prod and knock back the off-stump.
Siddle tried to be positive, hitting 13 from as many balls with the help of a four and a six before he was done in by Ojha.
Australia going down in a hurry, losing five wickets for 68 runs in the morning, as they are now reduced to 143-8.
10:49 Aus 2nd inns: 129-7 (52)
Jadeja continues to chip away at the wickets. This time he comes up with a wonderful catch off his bowling, diving full length to his left to send back Moises Henriques for two.
Australia 35 for three now. A 3-0 result seems a certainity now.
A couple of balls later Brad Haddin survives a huge shout for a bat pad catch at short leg but this time the umpire rules in India's favour.
Peter Siddle and Haddin signal their intent. Siddle lofts Ashwin over mid-off for a four and in the next Haddin does the same with a chip over mid-on.
Aus 2nd inns: 123-6 (49)
Ashwin back into the attack and he strikes with the wicket of Hughes in the second over of his new spell.
The left-hander played back to a full delivery but was clearly struck outside the leg stump yet umpire Aleem Dar ruled in the bowler's favour. That was a horror decision. That is why you need DRS to eliminate such blunders.
No way an umpire could have given that out because even to the naked eye it looked not out, the impact was outside the leg stump and the ball seemed headed down with the angle.
Two controversial calls spice up the final day, Australia clearly disappointed as they battle hard to save the match.
Hughes never looked comfortable against the spinners but contributed with a good knock of 69 as he adopted a positive approach, hitting 10 fours and a six in 147 ball during his 165-minute stay at the crease.
Australia are 123 for six in their innings which means they are effectively 32 for six.
10:29 Some differing views on the Michael Clarke dismissal on Twitter.
FOX SPORTS Cricket says: "But the third umpire gives the bowler the benefit of the doubt, and Clarke is out!"
Meanwhile Sky Sports Cricket has a different view: ".... given! A mm of boot behind the line. Clarke has gone for 18. Aus 119/5"
Andrew Adermann is surely an Aussie. "Looked like a no-ball to me..."
Mohandas Menon's stats update on Twitter: "UPDATE: Spinners dismissing Michael Clarke most times in Tests: 6 AKumble, 5 RJadeja; 4 RHerath/Harbhajan/DVettori"
Aus 2nd inns: 119-5 (46)
P Hughes 65 (138b, 10x4, 1x6)
Ojha and Jadeja keeping it tight but Australia seem to be happy to bat out time. The two left-arm spinners are sprinting through their overs as they send down four maiden overs in a row, while Hughes get a single in Ojha's next as just one comes from five overs.
It is Jadeja, who once again causes Clarke's downfall. The Aussie captain tries to flick it on the leg side but gets an inside edge on to his pads and is caught by Pujara at short leg for 18.
Just as Clarke was making his way back to the dressing room he was asked to stop near the boundary line as the umpires checked on the no-ball but it seems he was fine and the right-hander makes his way back.
This is the fifth time Jadeja has taken Clarke's wicket in the series.
10:10 Aus 2nd inns: 117-4 (40)
P Hughes 63 (120b, 10x4, 1x6) M Clarke 18 (31b, 3x4)
Ojha bowled a spell of one for 21 in seven overs before he was replaced by Ravindra Jadeja, who will relish bowling against his bunny Michael Clarke having got his scalp four times in the series.
Change of ends for Ojha, who replaces Ashwin from the other end. Left-arm spinners bowling in tandem from both ends as Clarke and Hughes look to bat out time.
Clarke tries to drive Jadeja straight but it turns and the outside edge goes past the slip fielder for a boundary.
Hughes is clearly uncomfortable against spin and most of the times seems to be clueless as to which the ball is turning but he has held out bravely and played a good knock.
10:01 Aus 2nd inns: 107-4 (35)
P Hughes 60 (106b, 10x4, 1x6) M Clarke 11 (15b, 2x4)
Michael Clarke finally came out to bat at No. 6 following the dismissal of Lyon. The Aussie captain is struck on the pads first ball by Ojha as there is a loud appeal for LBW but he survives as the ball seems to be heading down the leg side. Clarke clips the next ball, which is outside the leg stump, behind square for a boundary to give Australia the lead and he repeats the shot a couple of deliveries later but gets it finer for four more runs.
Clarke seems to be struggling with his back running gingerly and wincing in pain everytime he plays the ball.
Hughes finally got off the mark after 30 minutes in the morning session as he flicked Ojha on the leg side for two runs to take his score to 55 off the 12th ball he faced in the day.
Hughes gets his first four of the day in streaky fashion as he plays on the backfoot but gets an inside edge for a boundary behind the wicket.
09:48 Michael Clarke is really struggling with a back injury but he is holding it out in the middle for his team. Australia will need a big partnership or two to save this match and at the moment, Hughes and Clarke fighting it out bravely.
Australian journalist Peter Lalor writes on Twitter: "Michael Clarke is battling some serious pain here I reckon. Saving this Test could cost him the next one."
Aus 2nd inns: 89-4 (28)
P Hughes 53 (79b, 9x4, 1x6)
Resuming the day on 75-3, Australia looked to bat with caution and defended everything that came their way. India's poor fielding also helped their cause with a catch being dropped early in the day.
Ishant starts proceedings on Day 5. He starts with a bouncer which Nathan Lyon avoids before he clips the third delivery through midwicket for four as the pacer bowls a half volley on the pads.
Lyon takes a single off the last ball of that over and does the same in Ashwin's next over to retain strike.
Ishant bowled just two overs before he gave way to Pragyan Ojha, who should have got a wicket in his very first over. Ojha got the edge as Lyon (12 from 39 balls) tried to defend but Kohli dropped a regulation catch as he dived to his left to give Australia a much needed lifeline.
But Ojha had his man in the next over. Once again the ball gripped and turn but this time Dhoni made sure he didn't let the opportunity go begging this time around. Lyon went back after a useful contribution of 18 from 48 balls as he spent 46 minutes at the crease.
08:53 Aus 2nd inns: 75-3 (21 ovs)
Hughes 53 (68b, 9x4, 1x6), Lyon 4 (17b, 1x4)
Australia finished the fourth day on 75 for three in their second innings, still trailing India by 16 runs.
Hughes struggled but still managed to hit his way to 53, with the help of nine fours and a six. Lyon was sent in as nightwatchman after
captain Michael Clarke was unable to bat because of a sore back.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar's three-wicket burst had left Australia in a mess as he claimed three for 25 in eight overs.