We have had to work hard for five days.
The highest-successful run chase in a Test at the venue is Australia's 6-315, achieved in 1902 against England, while no side has chased down more than 236 since the West Indies in 1982.
But the veteran left-hander has experience chasing a total on this Adelaide Oval deck.
"I think Shaun Marsh is a superstar", Lyon said.
"The wild card is Travis Head, there's support for him. It's always exciting when you have an 18-year-old  kid who has come up the ranks, who has got runs in all formats for the game when he's played back home", he added.
Australia survived 140 overs to salvage a draw in Dubai, where Usman Khawaja batted for nearly nine hours before Paine and Nathan Lyon completed the stonewall.
The ball looped up to gully where Ajinkya Rahane made no mistake. In the past there have been sessions where we have given too many runs in one go. Mitchell Starc snared 3 for 40.
Still, he has some way to go to catch the Spin King Shane Warne, who bagged 37 during his illustrious career.
Australia need to make history to win.
For years the lower order came to the rescue of Australia.
The tail wagged for the Aussies as Cummins (28) and Starc (28) combined for a crucial late partnership.
A collective performance by the four-man Indian bowling attack - pacers Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin - helped India earn a 15-run first innings lead before they completed a rare win in this part of the world.
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"(Pujara's innings was) priceless. They have a red-hot crack every single ball.
The brazen youngster is more reckless than risky. Twenty-five years ago, May and Craig McDermott took Australia within two runs of West Indies; this time around the margin was wider, but the result equally momentous.
India, hunting their maiden Test series win in Australia after 11 fruitless tours spread across nearly 71 years, hold a 1-0 lead in the four-match showdown after nervously turning the screws on Monday.
Former Australian batsman Mark Waugh put the slow scoring rates down to a number of reasons.
Bhogle was speaking on Fox Sports' Cricket 360, where he said that Australia had adapted to their tactics with their two best batsmen - Warner and Smith - on the sidelines. "I thought we fought really hard, never gave in, you don't have to talk rubbish and carry on like a pork chop to prove that".
"I love it when they concentrate on me and not on the bowlers", he added.
"I think an army must fight with the weapons that it has".
"I'm super-proud of the bowlers, to have four bowlers and take 20 wickets is a great achievement and something that we haven't done in the past".
Cheteshwar Pujara continues to impress. He finished the series on the bench and running the drinks, with a tally of 201 runs from the campaign.
At Adelaide's Test match dinner Langer promised his side "wouldn't be Zen monks" at home post Sandpaper-gate.
Australia resumed after the break 137 runs shy of the victory target, but reduced the margin by only one run before Paine flashed his bat at a short ball to be caught by fellow wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant after skying a top edge.
India took out a dramatic first Test in Adelaide.
"Well look, these things happen in Test cricket - ups and downs through the game".