Michael Hussey slammed his 19th international Test century as Australia declared for 450 at the loss of five wickets before tea against Sri Lanka on day two of the first Test at Hobart.
Hussey was on remained unbeaten as the hosts took the bold decision, after most of the day’s play was affected by rain.
Matthew Wade also performed with the bat, remaining not out on 68.
Four Australian batsmen scored half-centuries in the first innings of the ongoing Test and Hussey put up a brave century.
At tea, Sri Lanka were 21 for loss of no wickets. Dimuth Karunaratne and Tillakaratne Dilshan were on the crease.