Maximilian Gunther heads into qualifying fastest for the Monaco ePrix, setting a 1:29.413.
Times tumbled from those set in Free Practice 1 this morning, with the fastest time from Gunther being nearly a second quicker than Evans this morning.
After their challenging session this morning, Porsche struggled with pace again with neither driver making it into the top ten.
Customer team Andretti showed slightly more than their supplier, Jake Dennis ending the session third fastest while Andre Lotterer narrowly missed out.
Jaguar continued to show their place, with Mitch Evans narrowly missing out on the fastest in the session, seven-thousandths off the time set by Gunther.
Jaguar teammate Sam Bird ended the session sixth fastest, as the team endeavoured to close the gap in the constructors to Porsche.
NIO 333 returned to their one-lap pace, with both of their cars ending the session in the top ten. Brazillian driver Sergio Sette Camara rounded out the session in fourth while Dan Ticktum clinched tenth place.
DS Penske was amongst the top times once again as they try to convert their practice pace into qualifying performance.
Reigning champion Stoffel Vandoorne ended practice fifth fastest ahead of teammate Jean-Eric Vergne in ninth.
Rookie Sacha Fenestraz impressed in his Nissan during practice, the Frenchman just half a second off the lead time in eighth.
Qualifying for the Monaco ePrix gets underway at 10:40 local time.
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