Australia vs West Indies – Perth ODI: cricket live scores, updates

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    Australia v West Indies


    2nd ODI - AUS v WIN

    Australia 1st Inn 7/266
    West Indies 1st Inn 212 All Out
    West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl
    Australia won by 54 runs
    West Indies Over:38.1  RR:5.55
    Batsmen Runs B 4s 6s SR
    KAJ Roach 0 0 0 0 0
    JO Holder* 9 28 1 0 32.14
    Bowlers O M R W Econ
    GJ Maxwell* 8.1 1 63 4 7.71
    MG Johnson 9.0 0 32 0 3.56
    Recent Overs:
    6  6  6  6  .  .  | .  .  .  1wd  .  1wd  .  1lb  | .  |
    Last Wicket: Holder, 9 (RO Bailey)
    Current Partnership: 3 runs, 7 balls, RR:42.86

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    Australia continue their ODI series against West Indies on the back of a dominant win on Friday that saw the West Indies dismissed for 70. We’ll have live scores and commentary from the WACA from 2.20pm AEDT.

    Australia will be looking to consolidate and go two up in the five match series and won’t discount a still potent West Indies line-up, regardless of Friday’s result.

    Don’t be surprised to see a much more established batting performance from West Indies’ big hitters such as Gayle, Pollard and Bravo.

    All summer the WACA conditions have provided plenty of movement both off the seam and through the air, something the West Indies really struggled with.

    The key to a more contested match will be settling in early and mastering the late swing of the Australian bowlers.

    West Indies won Friday’s toss and elected to bat, Darren Sammy obviously saw something he liked in the pitch.

    Will we see him stick with those tactics or will he be looking to change things up?

    Normally very comfortable in the West Australian, climate the tourists have won 10 from 18 at the WACA and Friday’s loss was only the second defeat suffered at the hands of the Australians.

    We will bring you live coverage of the game right here on The Roar from 2.20pm AEDT and as always, we look forward to your insightful opinions throughout the match.