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Second Test: v Pakistan, day 3 David Warner celebrates his century. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images
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Matthew Renshaw. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

That’s a century – David Warner celebrates. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

David Warner of is bowled off a no-ball by Wahab Riaz. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Yasir Shah of India celebrates the wicket of Matthew Renshaw. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Crowd catch? Or not. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

David Warner. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Wahab Riaz. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

David Warner stretches. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Dave Warner. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Steve Smith. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Nathan Lyon of bowls during day three of the Second Test match. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Sohail Khan of Pakistan plays a sweep shot that goes past Steve Smith. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Azhar Ali of Pakistan bats during day three of the Second Test. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Azhar Ali of Pakistan bats during day three of the Second Test. Photo : Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Matthew Renshaw of bats during day three of the Second Test. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

David Warner of walks out to bat during day three of the Second Test. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Sohail Khan of Pakistan during day three of the Second Test match . Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Azhar Ali of Pakistan (R) during day three of the Second Test. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

Azhar Ali of Pakistan bats during day three of the Second Test. Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images

TweetFacebookDavid Warner rode his luck to slay his MCG demons with a century, spearheading a bold counter attack by that has left the door ajar for a push at an unlikely victory.

The batting crisis of a month ago seems a world away now after ‘s senior batsmen returned fire at Pakistan, making serious inroads into their imposing first innings total.

The first half of the day belonged to Pakistan, whose defiance with the bat exacted further toll on ‘s quicks, but it’s the home side who head into the fourth day with a more realistic hope of winning.

oth teams, however, will also have to beat the elements with more rain forecast on Thursday in a game already severely interrupted by wet weather.

finished the third day on 2/278, trailing Pakistan by 165, with Usman Khawaja needing a further five runs to join Warner in triple figures. If weather permits the hosts will be ahead as early as lunch if they can maintain their strong scoring rate.