Preview: Australia v West Indies, 1st ODI, Perth
West Indies captain Darren Sammy and Australia captain Michael Clarke talk to the media ahead of the first ODI in Perth
24.1 C de Grandhomme to HM Amla, 1 run, Faf is nearly run out! Full ball outside off, pushes at it in front of his body, gets a thick outside edge that goes straight to Williamson at gully. They have no business running for that, Williamson picks up, has a shy and misses. Faf was at least four yards out | Mar 25, 2017
23.4 MJ Henry to JP Duminy, out, got him! He's kept going after the short one, and this time he's cramped around his chest. It wasn't particularly fast, but he wasn't in a great position. Still swiveling as he played that short ball from middle stump, and he's taking his eyes off as he plays the shot. Top edge, straight to Patel at fine leg. It was a difficult stay for Duminy, but it's not the bowling that got him out there. | Mar 25, 2017
| Mar 25, 2017
17.2 MJ Henry to HM Amla, 1 run, full outside off, drives on the up, the ball sits in the pitch and he gets this aerially to Broom's right at cover and he has dropped it low to his right and close to the ground | Mar 24, 2017
17.4 MJ Henry to JP Duminy, dot ball, good length ball, raps him in front of leg stump. There's a loud appeal and it's deemed not out. New Zealand have reviewed this. It looked to have pitched outside leg...yes, tracking shows it pitched outside leg stump. The decision stands. | Mar 24, 2017
10.1 N Wagner to JP Duminy, dot ball, oh that's close! Full and angled in at middle stump, Duminy is playing for the outswing, and has to bring an angled bat at it last minute. Rapped in front of middle, but there was still some angle on this. Not out says the umpire, Bruce Oxenford. New Zealand have not reviewed it...it would have been out. | Mar 24, 2017
5.3 C de Grandhomme to HM Amla, 4 runs, 127 kph, full and angled in at the toes, waits on it and clips it behind square on the leg side | Mar 24, 2017
3.1 C de Grandhomme to D Elgar, out, yet another Test batsman shoulders arms to a straight one. The around the wicket angle has worked against Elgar once more. Back of a length, starts outside off, angles in at off stump. This is a pitch where you can trust the bounce, but he's misjudged the length there and this one clips the top of off stump. | Mar 24, 2017
2.2 MJ Henry to TB de Bruyn, out, a duck on debut for De Bruyn. Back of a length delivery outside off, once more he's feeling for it. This time it has straightened. He follows with his hands, away from his body, thick edge at a nice height to Latham at second slip | Mar 24, 2017
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