India lost two wickets at the end of the day 3. Rahul Dravid was the last wicket to fall for India. The Wall was once again bowled through the gate for 29. This is the 3rd time in the series Dravid has been bowled. Virender Sehwag was earlier out for 5. Gambhir finally found some form as he completed his half century. He finished the day unbeaten on 68. Tendulkar has given him company on 29 not out. But the star of the day was Michael Clarke. The Aussie skipper smashed his maiden triple hundred. Clarke reached the landmark just after lunch, becoming the 21st batsman in Test history to reach the landmark. Michael Hussey also got a 100 and Australia eventually declared at 659 for four.