Late wickets put Aussies in control
Australia are on course to win the third Test against West Indies, who are 197 runs short of victory with just five wickets remaining.
The Aussies, who went into the final Test of the series in Dominica leading 1-0 and looking to avoid defeat, set the hosts a tough target of 370 for victory.
And, while the West Indies looked set to make the Aussies sweat for the win as they reached 155-3 in the final session, two key wickets swung the pendulum back in favour of the tourists.
Darren Bravo's departure ended a third-wicket stand of 110, while 37-year-old Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who became just the 10th player to score 10,000 Test runs in the game, was removed lbw for 69 by Australia skipper Michael Clarke late on.
The dismissal was all the more frustrating for the Guyanese given that New Zealand umpire Tony Hill was forced to overturn his initial not out decision following a review which had been called by Australia.
Despite facing defeat, the West Indies can also point to another notable milestone that was reached on Thursday as Shane Shillingford became their first spinner to take 10 wickets in a match since Lance Gibbs achieved the feat way back in 1966.