Australia has retained the Frank Worrell Trophy and boosted its bid for the No.1 Test ranking with a 177-run win over West Indies at the MCG.
Steve Smith declared overnight at 3-179, setting the visitors a victory target of 460 on day four and there was plenty of toil for the hosts on a tedious Tuesday.
But Nathan Lyon and Mitch Marsh turned the screws to give their side another day off before the final Test starts on Sunday, dismissing the West Indies for 282 runs in their second innings, as Marsh took career best figures of 4-61.
Australia lead the three Test series 2-0.
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