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Good evening from the Oval in Port of Spain. We look forward to having you join us tomorrow for coverage of the second day's play starting at 10 a.m.
SUMMARY: Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Both their opening batsmen got good starts but failed to carry on. Cowans went for 28 and Warner, 29, as the Aussies went to lunch on 74/2. They would lose the wicket of Pointing for seven shortly after the lunch interval with the score on 83 before an 84-run fourth wicket partnership between Clarke and Watson steadied their innings. Both fell within a short space of each other for 45 and 56, respectively.Shillingford, with figures of 32-11-56-2, and Roach, 18-4-77-2, had to wickets apiece while Deonarine, 15-3-28-1 was the other successful bowler for the West Indies.
The match is still evenly poised but the Aussies will be looking to get past 300 and put some pressure on the West Indies when play resumes tomorrow.
TEAM : Westindies vs Australia
DATE : 17 APR, 2012
TIME : 14:00 GMT | 10:00 Local
VENUE : Port of Spain
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Australia reached the score of 208 for the loss of five wickets at stumps on the first day of the second Test against West Indies at Queen's Park Oval on Sunday.Mike Hussey, on 26, and Matthew Wade, with 11, were unbeaten at the close, putting on a useful 30-run unbeaten partnership after both men had survived dropped catches.Shane Watson was Australia's top scorer, making a solid, patient 56.Australia, who won the first Test in Barbados by three wickets, decided to play two spinners for the first time in nearly four years, with Michael Beer coming in to partner Nathan Lyon.West Indies named off-spinner Shane Shillingford, who came in for Devendra Bishoo, who had disappointed in Barbados.Openers David Warner (29) and Ed Cowan (28) put on 53 for the first wicket to provide the foundation for Australia, while seamer Kemar Roach was the pick of the West Indies seam attack.