Chanderpaul leads fightback
Shiv Chanderpaul was closing in on a half-century as West Indies looked to rescue their first innings against Australia in the second Test.
Chanderpaul reached lunch on 46 not out as the hosts moved on to 132 for four, still 179 runs adrift.
After closing on Monday on 49 for three in reply to their opponents' 311, Chanderpaul and Darren Bravo took the score to three figures this morning before Bravo went for 38, trapped lbw by Mike Hussey.
Narsingh Deonarine replaced him at the crease and was unbeaten on 12 at the interval.
Australia lead the three-Test series 1-0.