As Australia take control against the West Indies, Marnus Labuschagne and Travis Head score centuries.

Marnus Labuschagne hits 204 and 104 not out at first Test in Perth . Travis Head also hits 104 not out at the end of the day .

As Australia took control of day one of the pink-ball second Test against an injury-plagued West Indies, run machine Marnus Labuschagne belted a third Test century in a row and Travis Head also made a ton on Thursday.Labuschagne smacked 204 and 104 not out at the first Test in Perth, defeating Englands Joe Root this week as the world's top-ranked Test batsman.On a fine but humid day, Smith batted unbeaten 120 to tempt the Caribbean team, who were out for 99 in the first Test, with allrounder Kyle Mayers playing for another Test team, while Root and fellow Englishman Jonny Bairstow were unavailable, with Smith smacked 200 in Perth but only lasted eight overs before limping off to Adelaide to play.Anderson Phillips, a former Test batsman, was dismissed by the hosts on Tuesday, who After being slashed by Da Silva, Smith was just getting in his stride as Thomas pounced, leaving the Australian late to respond when the ball hit the wicket.Labuschagne continued to be defiant as they left, picking up a 10th Test century and smashing a four through the covers off Thomas as the bowlers ran out of ideas.

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