Hobart: Australia need 78 runs to win the second Test match against West Indies at Hobart. Despite a brilliant 113 by Dwayne Bravo, the visitors were dismissed for 334 on the fourth day at Bellerive Oval today. Bravo and Denesh Ramdin, who made 71, put up 182 runs for the seventh wicket partnership, making sure that the Australians would have to come back on the last day and bat a second time. Shane Warne captured four wickets for Australia while Stuart MacGill, Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee grabbed two each. Ricky Ponting's men already lead the three-Test series 1-0.