West Indies were looking down the barrel at close of play on Day 2 of the Mumbai Test on Friday. At stumps, the visitors were 43 for three in the second innings after India took a first innings lead of 313 runs. With every wicket that fell, the chance of a second Sachin Tendulkar innings in his 200th and last Test looked bleaker. At stumps, Chris Gayle, a disappointment in this two-match Test series, was batting on 6. Darren Bravo was the last man out for 11. The hapless Caribbeans trail by 270 runs.