After bowling out India for 189, Australia have got themselves in a very good position in the second Test match in Bengaluru. With a lead of 48 runs and four wickets in hand, Australia are in command on a track that is beginning to keep low. For India to come back, they need to dismiss the visitors as early as possible on the third day. Speaking to NDTV, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar said, "first and foremost restrict the lead to 70-75. And then bat sensibly. If you set Australia 170-175 in the second innings it is not going to be easy."