The final day of the second Test at Adelaide is beautifully poised with all the three results possible. West Indies have a slight advantage though with a 296-run lead. The tourists are still not finished with Chris Gayle unbeaten on a superb 155 (from 271 balls with 16 fours and a six) and the availability of two tail enders.
The Australian bowlers did a good job on the fourth day to provide their team with a winning chance though they couldn’t get rid of Chris Gayle early enough. Apart from Gayle, none of the West Indian batsman had crossed even 30! The visitors are at 284 for 8 in 93 overs in their second innings.
Mitchell Johnson did the damage for the Aussies taking four wickets. Australia could fancy their chances of going after any target that the West Indies set up having scored 439 in their first innings.