Melbourne: With the match evenly poised, aggressive India opener Virender Sehwag on Wednesday said any target less than 300 would be gettable for his team in the first Test against Australia here.
At the end of third day's play, Australia are 230 runs ahead of India but with just two wickets in hand at 179 for 8, it would be a challenge for the hosts to stretch the advantage much beyond that.
"I think anything less than 300 is a gettable target. The match presently is well balanced. Anyone who works hard tomorrow or on the next day can win," stated Sehwag at the end of day's play.