Smith admits to DRS "brain fade"
India managed to fight back having been dismissed for 189 in their first innings but not before the result tipped towards one team and then the other on several occasions.
Aussies primed for victory in India
India was bowled out for 274 just before lunch on the fourth day of the Test in Bangalore setting Australia 188 runs to win the second Test and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Dharamsala pitch could help Australia scale new heights
The wicket for the final match is expected to offer pace and bounce, something that the Australian players would be relishing.
In India, Australia must bat for days
Australia go into the series against India as massive underdogs but that doesn’t mean they should accept defeat before a ball is bowled.
All the action from the Allan Border Medal
All the glitz and glamour from Australian cricketing's biggest night, the Allan Border Medal.
Herath wreaks havoc on day 5
Spin vs attack spelt disaster for Australia on Sri Lanka's pitches, giving the home side a confidence boosting historic first win in the series.
Sri Lanka Day 4 - The Pivot
Day four was when it all began to fall apart for the Australians with Sri Lanka's spinners wreaking havoc on the tourists' batsmen.