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.

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    • 10:19pm
      Kurt said | 10:19pm | ! Report

      How many chances does Finch need… Big difference the big bash to International cricket .. Can’t handle i

      t in my opinion must go bring in pomersbach

    • 10:15pm
      Adrian Gale said | 10:15pm | ! Report

      I didn’t watch or listen to the game but from the looks of it, the Windies can ony handle 20 over cricket (ranked 2). They struggle at 50 over and test cricket (ranked just above those cricketing powerhouses on NZ and Bangladesh). I think this series will be very useful for increasing batting averages (if there is no swing or movement) and lowering bowling averages (Inconsistent Windies). Bring on the footy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • 10:20pm
        Richard said | 10:20pm | ! Report

        If you didn’t watch or listen why are you commenting?

    • 10:02pm
      Richard said | 10:02pm | ! Report

      Selectors have missed a trick in Bailey. Tubby made a very insightful observation that the test team for India has a lot of top order talent and all rounders but has no genuine middle order 5 6 . He maintained that Watson is better up the order as an opener. Code for Bailey! We are at that transition point where the younger guys are almost there but not quite. Bailey would fit neatly into the equation right now as an experienced player/ leader at the top of his game. I can see him as captain of the ODI team at the next world cup. He needs to be brought into the inner sanctum of the test arena as soon as possible, we need him for the ashes.

      • 10:26pm
        Christo the Daddyo said | 10:26pm | ! Report

        Yeah, the way he built his innings was very impressive. Could be worth giving him a go in the Test team if he can keep delivering like that.

      • 10:28pm
        Kurt said | 10:28pm | ! Report

        Big difference test arena just because he is playing good odi proves nothing at test level does not have what it takes for test matches

        • 12:24am
          richard said | 12:24am | ! Report

          How do you know that when he hasn’t played any test matches. He needs to be brought into the test set up. As I said he was the only odi batsman that performed in England only 6 months ago against a quality attack on their home soil, we lost 4-0. C He is ripe for test selection in my view,

          • 6:39am
            Justin2 said | 6:39am | ! Report

            what’s his first class record, outs a better indicator than one day cricket.

    • 9:45pm
      Matt said | 9:45pm | ! Report

      Good game bailey. He’s in form.
      Amazing from Starc, 10/45 odd in just 2 games.
      Faulkner was alright, good partnership under pressure, alright bowling
      Johnson unlucky, hasn’t been great but not bad, no wickets again. Must be frustrating watching someone else deliver rubbish and get 4 when you bowled 10x better at least
      Finch, under pressure. Usman as well.
      Clarke looked great until his middle stump went walkabouts.

      I thought Windies could have won or came close this game, not to be. Maybe next time.

      • 9:52pm
        Renegade said | 9:52pm | ! Report

        I think we found that Bailey is the man to take over Hussey’s role….should be on a plane to India.

        • 10:25pm
          Varun said | 10:25pm | ! Report

          Bailey should take Steve smiths spot, khawaja is a natural test player and will do well in India

        • 10:25pm
          Matt said | 10:25pm | ! Report

          Maxwell, smith and henriques have already filled it up. Unless India suck, they will get found out badly. Bailey is a much more orthodox cricketer, a more genuine 5/6. Save the sloggers for 20/20

      • 10:31pm
        Richard said | 10:31pm | ! Report

        Bailey has been in ODI form ever since the start of his career! We lost 4-0 in England 6 months ago(Clarke captain!) with our best team and Bailey was our only performer.. surely that is not lost on the selectors!

        • 10:38pm
          Renegade said | 10:38pm | ! Report


          I’ve been saying from the start of the discussion that Bailey should be in the test team, let alone the squad for india and the ashes.

          Some fans seem to have a grudge against him because he was named the T20 skipper when he may not have been the best choice.
          Regardless of that, in terms of actual ability,performance and experience at international level he is miles ahead of some of the names that get thrown up and unfortunately picked in the team (i.e. Maxwell).

          I’d pick him in any Australian side that plays cricket.

          • 12:33am
            richard said | 12:33am | ! Report

            I agree. It is his captaining ability and cool head under pressure that has landed him the T20 job. I don’t think he is suited to the format he should be elevated.

    • 9:41pm
      jamesb said | 9:41pm | ! Report

      Can a player be dropped from a squad before they tour?

    • Roar Rookie

      Hobbo said | 9:38pm | ! Report

      Man of the match honours go to George Bailey.

      Australia go 2-0 in the series and head to Canberra on Wednesday for game 3.

      I’d like to thank all who contributed today on my first gig. Had an absolute ball, get in touch with me on twitter @LMMALH

      That’s all from me today, enjoy what is left of your weekend – Hobbo

    • Roar Rookie

      Hobbo said | 9:35pm | ! Report

      Big moment – run-out referred and he’ll be short.

      Australia win by 55 runs.

      Stunning match see-sawing all day long.

      MOM suggestions anyone?

      • Roar Guru

        Jiggles said | 9:36pm | ! Report

        Big Show

        • 9:38pm
          MrKistic said | 9:38pm | ! Report

          Of course. His first baller got Faulkner to the crease for a match winning partnership.

          • 9:40pm
            Scuba said | 9:40pm | ! Report

            Comment of the day…

          • Roar Guru

            Jiggles said | 9:42pm | ! Report

            We have a CA PR man amongst our ranks 😀

          • 9:47pm
            Matt said | 9:47pm | ! Report

            NSP has added “unselfish” to his pro column now. Humble guy, real team player.

        • Roar Rookie

          Hobbo said | 9:39pm | ! Report


      • 9:37pm
        MrKistic said | 9:37pm | ! Report

        Bailey, surely?

      • 9:37pm
        Red Kev said | 9:37pm | ! Report

        How is it even a contest, Bailey.

      • 9:37pm
        Scuba said | 9:37pm | ! Report

        George Bailey, George Bailey or George Bailey. Anyone else will be a travesty.

      • 11:20pm
        M-Rod said | 11:20pm | ! Report

        3rd Umpire is my nomination for MoM … secured the Aussies victory at a crucial turning point of the match…great call by him to reverse Danny Thomas’ 1st ball not-out decision, despite NO evidence of a snick on ANY video/ audio/ snicko or hotspot footage!

        Absolute farce. Decision riles the Windies, who lose all batting composure from thereon in.

        At least I learnt a new fact tonight about Hotspot – the sun’s reflection on the batting gloves interferes with it detecting the heat from ball contact… not quite the definitive umpiring technology silver bullet its cracked up to be!

        • 12:51am
          richard said | 12:51am | ! Report

          yep that was a disgrace

    • 9:35pm
      jamesb said | 9:35pm | ! Report

      What a crazy game of cricket!

    • 9:34pm
      Scuba said | 9:34pm | ! Report

      Come on Clarkey, give Millionaire Maxwell another over – he’ll either get five for or get very close to his century!

      • 9:36pm
        MrKistic said | 9:36pm | ! Report

        Nope. 4 for Maxwell though, bringing his ODI career total to… 4.

        • 9:39pm
          Scuba said | 9:39pm | ! Report

          See, all that net bowling has improved him. He’ll get 6-for next game!

      • 9:38pm
        Johnno said | 9:38pm | ! Report

        Maxwell gives Iver’s the Shiver’s, like Cowan it’s why they keep on getting games. Must have been an A student at high school, Iver’s the ex-Headmaster likes that, and never wagged a day at school, or had no pimples or used the right acne cream. Coz Maxwell is a dud, and Iver’s just keeps on picking him. Give me James Hopes any day of the week, he obviously doesn’t give Iver’s the Shiver’s, and Brad Hodge.

    • 9:29pm
      Atawhai Drive said | 9:29pm | ! Report

      Superb glovework by Wade. What a reliable custodian he is.

      • 9:35pm
        Johnno said | 9:35pm | ! Report

        Surley your being psarchastic, Atari .

    • 9:28pm
      Red Kev said | 9:28pm | ! Report

      Prepare for Maxwell to get a baggygreen and take the title of worst player to play for Australia from Scott Muller.

    • Roar Rookie

      Hobbo said | 9:27pm | ! Report

      Big over! 4 sixes from 4 balls, one thrown wide, and another and Narine is dismissed for 24 off 4 by some sharp Wade glove-work.

      Narine – St Wade B Maxwell 24

      WI 9/209, 37 overs.

      Maxwell has 4/63.

      • 10:23pm
        Christo the Daddyo said | 10:23pm | ! Report

        The Show’s a wicket-taker.

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