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Andy Murray and Jamie Murray will hope to find their mojo against BelgiumReuters

Having picked up a vital point to draw Great Britain level against Belgium, Andy Murray will now target a lead in this Davis Cup 2015 final when the world number one teams up with his brother Jamie in the doubles match against, most likely, Steve Darcis and Kimmer Coppejans.

David Goffin gave Belgium a 1-0 lead in the final on Friday, after coming back from two sets down to beat debutant Kyle Edmund, who, in the end, wilted under the pressure exerted by a partisan crowd in Ghent.

"I was dominating the first two sets," Edmund, who will learn from this hard-to-take loss, said. "He couldn't get near me. He turned that, and that's something I need to learn from.

"It fell away at the end very quickly. I'm obviously disappointed. You're playing for your teammates. You feel like you've let them down."

Great Britain, though, did pull it back to 1-1, courtesy Murray who beat Ruben Bemelmans in straight sets.

"Thought Andy was, yet again, very good in handling the environment, the crowd, and an opponent who clearly has nothing to lose that was swinging away," GB captain Leon Smith said.

"It's obviously a good situation for them when they've already gone one up, they can put out a player and just say, 'Go for it'. That's what happened. But Andy still won in straight sets."

Now Andy Murray will team up with older brother Jamie and target a 2-1 lead for Great Britain. The biggest obstacle will again be the crowd, who were quite brilliant in their support for Belgium, so much so that they did get on Murray and Smith's nerves in the singles rubber on Friday.

"I think that's kind of normal in Davis Cup, to be honest," Murray, much calmer after the win, said. "I don't feel like they crossed the line.

"I'm experienced enough now to not allow it to bother me, and try to use it to my advantage as much as I can."

Where to Watch Live

The doubles rubber is scheduled for a 3 pm local time (7.30 pm IST, 2 pm GMT, 9 am ET) start. Neo Sports will broadcast the Davis Cup final doubles match live in India.

The Murray brothers' match will be shown live in the UK on BBC2 and Eurosport, while the match can also be watched via live streaming online on BBC iPlayer and Eurosport Player. Viewers in Belgium can catch the Davis Cup 2015 final live VRT.

Viewers in the USA can watch the Davis Cup final between Belgium and Great Britain live on the Tennis Channel, with the live stream option on Tennis Channel Online. Audience in Canada can watch Edmund vs Goffin live on Sportsnet and Watch Sportsnet.

Fox Sports will broadcast Belgium vs Great Britain live in Australia, while the matches can also be live streamed online on Foxtel.

Viewers around the world can also watch the Davis Cup 2015 final live on Davis Cup TV.

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