Brisbane: Australia look certain to take a 1-0 lead in their series against Pakistan after dominating with both bat and ball on day three of the first Test in Brisbane on Saturday.
Big centuries to Marnus Labuschagne (185) and David Warner (154) helped Australia to a first innings total of 580 in reply to Pakistan's 240.
At stumps Pakistan were in big trouble on 64 for three, still needing 276 runs to make Australia bat again.
Shan Masood was not out 27 and Babar Azam was 20 at the close.
Mitchell Starc did the early damage for the Australians in the final hour of the day's play, trapping captain Azhar Ali leg before for five.
He then enticed Haris Sohail to waft at a ball well outside off stump, only to get a thick edge to Australian wicketkeeper Tim Paine.
Asad Shafiq was next to fall, edging Pat Cummins to second slip where Steve Smith took a comfortable catch.
Labuschagne had earlier scored a magnificent maiden Test century in front of his home crowd at the Gabba.
The 25-year-old made history during the Ashes series earlier this year when he was brought into the second Test as a concussion replacement for Steve Smith, who had been hit in the head by a Jofra Archer bouncer.
It was the first time a concussion replacement had been used in Test cricket since the new law was introduced.
Labuschagne scored four 50s in that series but had been unable to convert any of those until his near chanceless innings on Saturday.
Earlier, teenage pace sensation Naseem Shah claimed his first Test wicket when he had Warner caught behind for 154.
Warner only added three runs to his overnight score of 151 when he became 16-year-old Naseem's first scalp.
Naseem, whose pace has been impressive during this Test, eventually claimed Warner when the nuggety opener was unable to avoid a short pitched ball and edged it to wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, to leave the Australians 351 for two.
But that was the last hurrah from Naseem, who appeared to be injured and only bowled four overs in the day.