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West Indies v Australia


3rd Test - WIN v AUS

Australia 1st Inn 328 All Out
West Indies 1st Inn 218 All Out
Australia 2nd Inn 259 All Out
West Indies 2nd Inn 294 All Out
Australia won the toss and elected to bat
Australia won by 75 runs
West Indies Over:96.3  RR:3.05
Batsmen Runs B 4s 6s SR
DJG Sammy* 61 51 4 3 119.61
S Shillingford 31 46 6 0 67.39
Bowlers O M R W Econ
NM Lyon* 29.3 6 87 3 2.95
MA Starc 9.0 2 26 0 2.89
Recent Overs:
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Last Wicket: Sammy, 61 (c:Hilfenhaus b:Lyon)
Current Partnership: 49 runs, 63 balls, RR:77.78

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The final day of Australia’s tour of the Caribbean will see the visitors want to quickly eke out the West Indian lower-order to take the series 2-0. Coverage commences at 1.00am AEST.

At one stage though, it looked like the West Indies were on their way to making things tricky for the tourists. Chasing a total of 370 for an improbable win, West Indies had notched up 3/155 with around half hour to the close.

Darren Bravo (45) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (69) were going strong and the stand was already worth 100.

Then Bravo slashed one from Shane Watson to the wicket-keeper and Chanderpaul was dismissed lbw off the last ball of the day to tilt the balance heavily in favour of the batting team.

Earlier, Australia were bowled out quickly on the fourth day, for the addition of only 59. Shane Shillingford became the first spinner to take a 10-for since Lance Gibbs did that for the West Indies in 1966, but West Indies were left a monumental chase.

Things quickly turned nasty for the home side as Adrian Barath flicked to the square-leg fielder, Ed Cowan, who dived and pulled off a ripper single-handed catch.

16 overs into the innings and with only 28 on the board, Brathwaite was dismissed by Clarke, who returned to take the wicket of Kieran Powell as well. West Indies were 3/45 and sinking.

Chanderpaul joined Bravo and steadied the ship, and in the process became the second West Indian to score 10,000 Test match runs.

For a while when they were at the crease, we were looking at an exciting fifth day’s play, but the dismissal of both the set batsmen makes the target of the remaining 197 runs improbable.

We will bring you the coverage throughout this third Test match of the series between West Indies and Australia from Dominica and hope to receive your opinions as the action unfolds from 1.00am AEST.

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  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 2:28am | ! Report

    So that is that then from me, it has been a pleasure bringing you the ODIs and T20Is followed by these Tests. Hope you had a decent time too!

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 2:19am | ! Report

    It is Matthew Wade who wins the man of the match award, while Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been awarded the man of the series prize.

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 2:09am | ! Report

    In the end, this has been a hard-fought series but Australia have played the vital moments better than their opponents.

    West Indies probably gave away the advantage to their opponents in the first innings when they conceded a huge lead to the Aussies, that of 110 runs.

    After that, it was a matter of time after that, especially given how the Aussie batsmen were able to get the better of the pitch to an extent. 370 was always going to be a tough ask and the loss of three early wickets and two wickets before the end of the day’s play yesterday went against them.

    Shillingford took 10 in the game, Chanderpaul scored 68 and 69, Matthew Wade scored a century and Lyon picked up seven. Who will the man of the match be?

  • 2:03am
    jamesb said | 2:03am | ! Report

    well done West Indies, great fight!

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 2:01am | ! Report


    Gone, all over, Australia have won this one!

    Sammy went after Lyon, who had been called up and the sweep shot takes the top edge, and gives a catch to short fine-leg.

    West Indies have been bowled out for 294 at the stroke of what would have been the lunch break…Australia have won it by 75 runs.

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:53am | ! Report


    Driven through the covers and for four! That is a superb stroke and takes Shillingford to his best Test score.

    Follows it up with another drive through the covers for a couple! Moves to 30…


  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:50am | ! Report

    Starc comes on.

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:48am | ! Report

    Some defending from the number 11, he is not comfortable against this pace but he is holding his end well.

    And Sammy’s not worried about taking singles off the first ball or allowing him to take a run off the last!

    9/286 chasing 370.

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:39am | ! Report


    Four more to Sammy and this has been pulled away to fine-leg. What batting this, from the West Indian captain.


  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:36am | ! Report


    And Shillingford gets another four! That is pulled away to the fence and of the 31 runs scored by this pair, he has made 22.

  • Roar Guru

    Suneer Chowdhary said | 1:33am | ! Report

    In case you are interested in the IPL, Virender Sehwag is doing a Sammy too. He has raced away to 72 off 38 balls with Delhi on 0/126 in the 13th over.

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