Australia have booked their place in the World Test Championship final after a comprehensive victory over India in the fourth and final Test in Indore.
The Aussies, who had already secured the series win after taking an unassailable 2-1 lead in the series, sealed the deal with a comprehensive eight-wicket win in the fourth Test.
The victory was set up by a brilliant bowling performance from the Aussies, who bowled India out for 244 in their first innings. Australia then responded with a strong batting performance, posting a total of 369 in their first innings.
In the second innings, India were bowled out for 186, setting Australia a target of 70 runs to win. The Aussies chased down the target with ease, reaching the target in just 16.3 overs.
The win means that Australia will now face New Zealand in the World Test Championship final at The Oval in London. The two sides will battle it out for the title of World Test Champions on June 18th.
Australia have been in fine form in the Test series against India, and will be confident of their chances in the final. They have been led brilliantly by captain Tim Paine, who has been in excellent form with both bat and ball.
The Aussies will be looking to add the World Test Championship title to their already impressive list of achievements in the format. They have won the Ashes five times in the last decade, and will be looking to add the World Test Championship title to their list of honours.
The final promises to be an exciting affair, and the Aussies will be looking to make it a memorable one.