After day 3, Pakistan needs 490 runs to win the first cricket Test against Australia being played at Brisbane. The match start time is 1:30 local, 8:30 am PST.

The evolution of cricket continues with changing times and it was another of those watershed moments when test cricket evolved into a day and night event with the pink ball at Gabba on December 15, 2016.

Live updates day 4:

Pakistan score 70/2 (33.0 overs) require another 420 runs to win

Australia 202/5 declared.

Pakistan 142 all-out Hazlewood, Stark and Bird take 3 wickets each.

Australia 429 all-out in 117 overs. Smith 130, Handscomb 105. M Aamir 97/4, Wahab Riaz 89/4

On day one, Steve Smith’s memorable century under the lights completely demolished Pakistan bowling attack led by Mohammad Amir.

It was also an achievement for Smith also, who now has a century against every team in the cricketing world except maybe Bangladesh or Zimbabwe against whom he has never played.

Amir led a searing pace attack which was weathered by Smith to record his 16th test century.

Telecast schedule and live stream details.

In Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh viewers can watch live action on Star Sports while Viewers in Australia can watch the action live on Channel 9.

BT Sport has the telecast rights in the U.K. and Willow Sports in the U.S.

Viewers in Pakistan and UAE can additionally watch the cricketing action on PTV Sports and Ten Sports.

Australian batsmen control day one

A classy unbeaten century by the Australian captain had enabled the hosts to dominate the proceedings of the day.

Smith’s parents were not there to share the joy of their son’s exploits and had to attend Sister Hannah’s university graduation.

Smith was ably complimented by Matt Renshaw and Peter Handscomb who with their gritty half-centuries helped the Kangaroos get a firm grip on the first Test day one.Earlier Australia had won the toss and decided to bat first.

The hosts made no changes to the team which last month had won the day–night third Test over the South Africans.

The visitors had made two changes to the side which lost to New Zealand in Hamilton last month and Captain Misbah Ul Haq and leg-spinner Yasir Shah making a return.

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