The quick bowlers of India put their side back in the game while penetrating through the strong top and middle order batting of South Africa in the 1st innings.
Steven Smith rescued Australia with his second Test ton whereas David Warner, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson assisted him well in the 2nd Test vs. England.
Another competent hundred by Ian Bell led his side to a commanding position in the 4th Test vs. Australia who lost the momentum while losing 5 wickets cheaply.
The English batting line up started sliding towards decline against the lethal bowling of Australia as the hosts survived a most likely defeat due to weather.
The visiting Australians are still in command of the third Test as England requires more than 200 runs with three wickets left to level the 1st Innings score.
A strong comeback from the Australian batsmen well led by their skipper, Michael Clarke, and two wickets at the end of the 2nd day put them on top vs. England.
Michael Clarke led his side from the front with a gallant unbeaten ton as Chris Rogers and Steven Smith rose to the occasion with their solid batting vs. England.
The shameful batting of Australia put them down again in the second Test as they surrendered against the quality bowling of England who looks for another win.
The Australians followed the chase superbly but their middle order batting crumbled against the splendid bowling by the Englishmen who are anticipating a win.