India fight back in the World Test Championship final against Australia
Australia's sloppiness has threatened to let India back into the World Test Championship final, after Pat Cummins' side spilled three chances and missed another to a no-ball early on day three.
Australia managed only one wicket before lunch on Friday, as India went to the first break at 6-260, still trailing by 209 at The Oval.
Cummins' men remain in charge of the match but drops from Usman Khawaja, Cameron Green and David Warner a week out from the Ashes will serve as a wake-up call.
The captain's front foot is also an issue, with Cummins denied an lbw for the second time in the match after overstepping to Shardul Thakur in the last over before the break.
Ajinkya Rahane has in particular made Australia pay, going to the break unbeaten on 89 after also surviving an lbw courtesy of a Cummins no-ball on 17 on Thursday.