Melbourne: Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin on Tuesday admitted that India had a slight edge in the first Test here but said his side would look to tilt the scale by putting pressure on the visiting batsmen in the first session on Wednesday.
"We've about 15 overs to the new ball. If we can build some pressure with some dot balls and put some good overs together, I think we can get into that middle order," said Haddin, who dropped Virender Sehwag on 58 and also had a poor day with the bat.
"India might be a little bit in front of us in the game. But it's evenly poised tomorrow if we start this first session well," he said at the press conference after second day's play at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.