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Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse and Becky Grey

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    So, with the tie poised at 2-1, we'll bid you farewell.

    Join us tomorrow from 12:00 BST for the first singles rubber between Cameron Norrie and Denis Istomin, and to see if Great Britain can wrap up victory.

    If you've missed any of today's action, then catch up over here.

    Until tomorrow...

  2. 'What we've learnt is don't listen to Andy!'

    Jamie Murray on playing in Glasgow: "Andy said this would be the last match in Glasgow. The format is changing but there will still be home and away ties, so we could be back here in a few months. I think what we've learnt today is don't listen to Andy!

    "We've had some amazing ties here, the whole team loves coming here. Huge thank you to you guys over the years. I hope we get the chance to come back and play in the future, I'm sure we will. We really appreciate you all come out and support us like you do."

    And Dom Inglot adds: "There's nowhere in Britain that has this much energy. It's a joy for me to be here."

  3. Post update

    GB captain Leon Smith insists he's got the easy job, saying, "I just sit there, I go to the fridge and get some water - it's easy really."

    On a more serious note, he admits the Uzbeks came into this full of hope after Jurabek Karimov's shock victory over Cameron Norrie.

    "They got a lift off what happened in the second match yesterday so they believed it was possible," he said. "The quality came through and I thought they were exceptional as the match went on."

  4. Post update

    GB's Jamie Murray, speaking on court: "We were fighting hard in the first couple of sets but couldn't quite find a break. We were so close to being two sets to love down, then we relaxed a bit and played really well in the last two sets."

    And Dom Inglot: "It got a little bit dicey but we kept it together. After we got that second set we were able to settle a little bit and the crowd really got involved and helped us out, so thank you so much."

  5. Post update

    Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot are about to give an interview.

    Or at least, they are once the crowd have stopped serenading them!

  6. Post update

    Miles Maclagan

    Former British Davis Cup player

    They had to overcome some stern resistance from the Uzbek team but the Brits stayed calm and trusted that their class was going to shine through in the end - and it certainly did.

  7. Post update

    That's a terrific comeback from Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot after losing the first set, and in front of a lively crowd in Glasgow.

    It's all hanging on tomorrow's singles rubbers. Victory in this tie will ensure that Great Britain are seeded for next year's revamped Davis Cup competition.

  8. Game, set and match - GB

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 6-3 Fayziev/Istomin

    Into the net goes Fayziev's forehand!

    GB win, and take a 2-1 lead in the tie!

  9. Post update

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 5-3 *Fayziev/Istomin

    Denis Istomin, crouched at the nets, leaps and smashes away one of those match points.

    There's still one match point left...

  10. Post update

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 5-3 *Fayziev/Istomin

    Lightning quick hands from Jamie Murray takes us to 15-15, before Fayziev flunks a volley into the net.

    Oh, and what a flick that is from Murray! He nails a shot right onto the baseline and the Brits have two match points.

  11. Post update

    Peter Odgers

    BBC commentator

    A clinical service game from Jamie Murray. It's been a long, long time since the Brits were last broken. Jamie Murray was broken in the second service game of the match and since then they haven't been under much pressure on serve.

  12. GB a game away

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 5-3 *Fayziev/Istomin

    Another fine service game, this time from Jamie Murray.

    He holds to love, sealed with a drive volley, and Uzbekistan will have to serve to stay in this match.

  13. Fourth set so far

    Fourth set
  14. Uzbekistan hold

    *Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 4-3 Fayziev/Istomin

    Jamie Murray swings at the air in annoyance as he wallops a return of serve into the net.

    Advantage, Uzbekistan - oh, and Murray just misses a swipe at the net to hand his opponents a hold!

  15. Post update

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 4-2 Fayziev/Istomin*

    A good, high volley from Fayziev rescues the break point, and we're back at 40-40.

  16. Post update

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 4-2 Fayziev/Istomin*

    Into the net goes Sanjar Fayziev!

    Break point, GB.

  17. Post update

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 4-2 Fayziev/Istomin*

    This has been a terrific show from Denis Istomin, who was on court for over four hours yesterday in his singles rubber against Dan Evans.

    He's showing a few signs of fatigue but has enough left in the tank to crack down a big ace for 40-30, but a rare double fault, by the finest of margins, takes us to deuce.

  18. Inglot holds for GB

    Murray/Inglot 4-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-2 4-2 Fayziev/Istomin*

    Well. That's emphatic from the Brits.

    A terrific service game from Dom Inglot, and he holds to love to back up the break.

    British fans
  19. Post update

    Peter Odgers

    BBC commentator

    Great Britain on the charge here, no doubt about that. They can do no wrong right now.