Starting the day at 311-4, the Indian team will be cautious about a slip-up. At the first Test in Adelaide, India had to lose the match despite being in a comfortable position in the fourth innings. And, taking lessons from that, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team will be hoping to post a big total in order to put the pressure back on the hosts.
05:15AM: The action is about to begin at the Gabba on Thursday. But here's a bad news for the Australian fans. Mitchell Marsh, who picked up a hamstring injury, will not be able to bowl for the rest of the match. That means, Australia are a bowler short.