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CRICKET: WI vs Australia - Home team loses quick wickets

Published:Friday | June 12, 2015 | 6:23 PM
Australia batsman Steven Smith (right) walks back to the pavilion after being trapped LBW for 199 runs by West Indies' Jerome Taylor during day two of their second cricket Test match in Kingston, Jamaica today.

The West Indies were in a spot of bother at 35 for three at tea on the second day of the all-important second and final Test against Australia at Sabina Park.

This was after the Australians were bowled out for 399 in their first innings midway the second session.

Shane Dowrick, 11, and Shai Hope, zero, are the batsmen at the crease, while those dismissed are  Kraigg Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, and debutant, Ravendra Chandrika.

Brathwaite made four, Bravo 14 and Chandrika was dismissed without scoring.

Off-spinner Nathan Lyon has so far taken two wickets for one run.

Earlier, Jerome Taylor ended with six for 47, while Steve Smith made 199.