New South Wales 246 & three for 84 (Larkin 30*, Sayers 2-33) lead South Australia 273 (Lehmann 61, Cooper 40, Copeland 6-86) by 57 runs
A six-wicket haul from New South Wales veteran Trent Copeland put their recreation towards South Australia on a knife’s edge heading into the final day at Adelaide Oval.
The Redbacks had constructed a platform to set up a giant lead early on the third day. Daniel Sams made the early breakthrough by eradicating Callum Ferguson for 36. Copeland then claimed Jake Lehmann for 61.
Tom Cooper and Harry Neilsen put collectively a 42-run stand earlier than Steve O’Keefe pinned Cooper lbw for 40.
Copeland then went to work, bagging the subsequent 4 scalps as South Australia managed solely a 27-run first-innings lead. Copeland completed with 6 for 86 from 30 overs, his 17th five-wicket haul in first-class cricket.
New South Wales reclaimed the lead however Chadd Sayers stored their development in examine, eradicating Daniel Hughes and Kurtis Patterson cheaply. Moises Henriques was bowled by Nick Winter for 12 to go away the sport precariously positioned. Nick Larkin remained 30 not out with the Blues simply 57 runs in entrance with seven wickets in hand heading into the final day.