India are 230 runs for the loss of one wicket after 32 overs in the second One-Day International at Sawai Mansigh Stadium, Jaipur.
After the dismissal of Shikhar Dhawan, India have continued to keep up the heat on Australia. Virat Kohli has started playing his shots freely as India need are another 130 runs away with 108 balls remaining.
Kohli has raced up to while 40 from just 21 deliveries hitting two boundaries and four sixes.
Earlier Dhawan missed his ton by just five runs after he was caught behind off James Faulkner trying to go over the covers. He put on a crucial 176-run partnership with Rohit Sharma.
India are chasing a mammoth target of 360 after Australia launched an onslaught on the Indian bowlers with all the top five batsmen scoring a half-centuries. George Bailey top-scored with 92 from 50 balls.