Australia are in a strong position after four days of the first cricket test against the West Indies in Barbados.
Paceman Ryan Harris shared in an unbroken 77 run stand for the 10th wicket with Nathan Lyon as Australia posted 406 for 9 declared, a first innings deficit of 43.
He then helped reduced the Windies to 71 for 5 in their second turn at bat.
"Obviously to score some runs is good but as I said, I'm just trying to do everything I can to win this test match. We're in a good spot now we've got one day to go. We just want to hopefully get some wickets early in the morning and win this test."
The West Indies have a lead of 114 runs with five second innings wickets in hand.