Australia is enjoying a commanding lead of 110 after having dismissed the West Indies half an hour before lunch on the third day of the final Test match.
Resuming on 165/8, the home team needed to make the most of the batting if they were to prevent the Aussies from taking a sizeable lead, with Rampaul and the ever reliable Chanderpaul at the crease.
The pair posted the half century stand for the ninth wicket and Rampaul was batting very well but on 31 he attempted to slog-sweep the off spinner Lyon and top edged the ball to Warner at back ward point who took an easy catch.
Chanderpaul was joined by Roach and the two batted very well getting the singles and in the process posting the 200 for the West Indies which came in 313 minutes from 481 balls.
Chanderpaul then posted his 58th half century which came off 138 balls, striking 2 fours.
Australia then took the new ball after 83.1 overs with the score on 210/9 Roach on 7 and Chanderpaul on 64.
They did not have to wait long for success when Starc won an appeal against Chanderpaul who went LBW for 68
With two days to go and a lead of 110 Australia are firmly in control of this third and final test after dismissing the West Indies for 218.
Australia at lunch are 18 for 1, with a lead of 128. Roach out at 11.
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