Nathan Lyon ran through India's middle order as he returned with figures of 6/122, with India being bowled out for 307 in their second innings. The post-lunch session saw the downfall of the Indian innings as they gifted away the wickets -- losing four wickets in their last 29 balls for 4 runs. Lyon picked two-in-two to bring the hosts back in the game. Following that, reckless shot selections from the Indian batsmen pretty much summarised the second session of day 4 as they could not capitalise on a good batting surface and failed to extend their lead further. With more than a day to go in the Test, it will be an interesting battle between the two teams. For India, Cheteshwar Pujara (71) and Ajinkya Rahane (70) played beautifully.