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Australia fought back on day two of the second Test against India in Brisbane, reaching 221-4 in reply to the tourists' 408 all out.
Murali Vijay stroked 144 as India scored 311-4 on the first day of the second Test against Australia in Brisbane.
Murali Vijay said it was great feeling to score 144 - his fifth Test century and fourth against Australia - as India reached 311-4 on day one of the second Test.
Australia will unleash a new-look fast bowling attack with debutant Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc named to take on India in the second Test in Brisbane.
Nathan Lyon took 7-157 to add to his five-for in the first innings as Australia won the first Test in Adelaide by 48 runs, 10 days after the funeral of former team-mate Phillip Hughes.
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