Indian vice-captain Virender Sehwag speaks about the highs and lows of the day three of the first Test at Melbourne.

 

While Ricky Ponting and Michael Hussey made half-centuries, Indian bowlers struck late to end the proceedings of the day three balanced for both the teams.

 

Sehwag said, “I think anything less than 300 is a gettable target. The match presently is well balanced. Anyone who works hard tomorrow or on the next day can win.”

 

While Hussey remained unbeaten on 78, Indian pacer Umesh Yadav picked up 4 wickets.

 

“I don't think there is much spin in the wicket. When the ball is new, the seam movement is very important. I don't think Australia rely on spin, they rely on seam bowling. We are going against spin bowling so we surely would look to attack spin bowlers,” Sehwag said.