Andy Murray has won his way through to a fifth Australian Open final, with a 4-6 7-5 6-7(4) 6-4 6-2 win over big serving Canadian Milos Raonic.
Raonic started brilliantly, claiming the first set 6-4, before Murray fought back in the second to square the ledger.
Murray once again could not get near Raonic's serve in the third, as the Canadian dominated in the third set tiebreak to take a two sets to one lead.
However, Raonic received treatment for an injury in the fourth set, which clearly hampered his movement, particularly in the fifth set, as he went down 6-2 in the final set.
Murray will now meet Novak Djokovic in the final, for the second consecutive year and the fourth time overall, with Djokovic winning all four finals against the Brit. Murray has reached four previous Australian Open finals, but never won the title.
The world No.1 leads Murray 21-9 in career meetings and won 10 of their last 11 encounters.