Australia were all out for 460 in their first innings early on the third day to lead Sri Lanka by 304 runs in the second Test in Melbourne on Friday.
Australian batsman Mitchell Johnson (C) sweeps a delivery from the Sri Lankan bowling as wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara (L) and Mahela Jayawardene (R) look on on the second day of the second cricket Test match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on December 27, 2012. Australia were all out for 460 in their first innings early on the third day to lead Sri Lanka by 304 runs.
Mitchell Johnson was left stranded short of his second Test century on 92 not out off 150 balls, with Sri Lanka facing the task of wiping out the huge innings deficit to make Australia bat again.
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