Australia have the upper hand in the second Test against West Indies in Melbourne. They’ve reduced the Caribbean side to 91 for 6 at stumps on day 2. The Aussies earlier declared their first innings on 551 for 3, with four of their batsmen scoring centuries. Usman Khawaja top scored with 144, opener Joe Burns hit 128, Adam Voges was unbeaten on 106 and skipper Steve Smith struck an unbeaten 134. It was the first time that four Australian batsmen had scored tons in a single Test innings in Australia. Steve Smith’s men are just a win away from sealing the three-match series.