India was 105/2 and trailing Australia by 363 runs on the third day of the second Test today. Sehwag was out for just four runs while Dravid was bowled by Hilfenhaus for 29.
Gautam Gambhir scored a quick 65 and with him at the crease is Sachin Tendulkar on 3.
Australia captain Michael Clarke remained unbeaten on 329 as he declared Australia’s first innings at 659 for four against India in the second Sydney Test on Thursday.
Clarke made the declaration as batting partner Mike Hussey reached 150 for Australia to hold a 468-run innings lead.