India's cricket team has set rival Pakistan a target of 422 runs on the fourth day of their second test match in Calcutta.

Rahul Dravid smashed his second century of the match, scoring 135 runs to lead India to a second innings total of 407 - 9, declared. Dravid hit 15 boundaries from 283 deliveries in his time at the crease. Pakistan reached 95 - 1 by stumps on Saturday, with Shahid Afridi scoring 59 runs.

India scored 407 runs in its first innings and Pakistan responded with 393 runs.

This is Pakistan's first tour of India since 1999. The first test ended in a draw. One more test and six one-day internationals remain on the schedule.