West Indies tour of Australia, 2000/01 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

The Frank Worrell Trophy - 3rd Test

Australia v West Indies

Australia won by 5 wickets

Partnerships - Australia 2nd innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 8 1.4 4.80 MJ Slater ML Hayden - 1/8 (1.4)
2nd 14 5.0 2.80 ML Hayden JL Langer 1/8 (1.4) 2/22 (6.4)
3rd 5 2.3 2.00 ME Waugh JL Langer 2/22 (6.4) 3/27 (9.1)
4th 21 5.1 4.06 RT Ponting JL Langer 3/27 (9.1) 4/48 (14.2)
5th 63 25.0 2.52 JL Langer DR Martyn 4/48 (14.2) 5/111 (39.2)
6th 19* 3.4 5.18 DR Martyn AC Gilchrist 5/111 (39.2) 5/130 (43.0)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 4th 183 47.5 3.82 JC Adams BC Lara 3/86 (40.4) 4/269 (88.3)
2 1st 156 38.0 4.10 ML Hayden MJ Slater - 1/156 (37.6)
2 5th 123 37.1 3.30 ME Waugh RT Ponting 4/187 (53.1) 5/310 (90.2)
1 6th 74 21.4 3.41 BC Lara MN Samuels 5/280 (90.4) 6/354 (112.2)
4 5th 63 25.0 2.52 JL Langer DR Martyn 4/48 (14.2) 5/111 (39.2)
2 6th 59 19.5 2.97 RT Ponting DR Martyn 5/310 (90.2) 6/369 (110.1)
3 3rd 51 13.0 3.92 BC Lara D Ganga 2/36 (15.4) 3/87 (28.4)
1 1st 45 21.0 2.14 D Ganga SL Campbell - 1/45 (20.6)
1 3rd 34 16.1 2.10 WW Hinds BC Lara 2/52 (24.3) 3/86 (40.4)
3 1st 26 8.4 3.00 SL Campbell D Ganga - 1/26 (8.4)
1 7th 22 6.3 3.38 MN Samuels RD Jacobs 6/354 (112.2) 7/376 (118.5)
4 4th 21 5.1 4.06 RT Ponting JL Langer 3/27 (9.1) 4/48 (14.2)
3 9th 21 5.2 3.93 M Dillon MI Black 8/116 (46.1) 9/137 (51.3)
4 6th 19* 3.4 5.18 DR Martyn AC Gilchrist 5/111 (39.2) 5/130 (43.0)
2 4th 18 9.3 1.89 JN Gillespie ME Waugh 3/169 (43.4) 4/187 (53.1)
2 7th 17 10.0 1.70 AC Gilchrist DR Martyn 6/369 (110.1) 7/386 (120.1)
4 2nd 14 5.0 2.80 ML Hayden JL Langer 1/8 (1.4) 2/22 (6.4)
3 5th 13 7.4 1.69 MN Samuels JC Adams 4/96 (34.1) 5/109 (41.5)
2 8th 11 5.4 1.94 SCG MacGill DR Martyn 7/386 (120.1) 8/397 (125.5)
1 5th 11 2.1 5.07 M Dillon BC Lara 4/269 (88.3) 5/280 (90.4)
3 2nd 10 7.0 1.42 WW Hinds D Ganga 1/26 (8.4) 2/36 (15.4)
3 4th 9 5.3 1.63 D Ganga JC Adams 3/87 (28.4) 4/96 (34.1)
2 3rd 9 2.2 3.85 JL Langer ME Waugh 2/160 (41.2) 3/169 (43.4)
1 9th 9 6.3 1.38 RD Jacobs MI Black 8/382 (122.1) 9/391 (128.4)
4 1st 8 1.4 4.80 MJ Slater ML Hayden - 1/8 (1.4)
3 8th 7 3.2 2.10 RD Jacobs M Dillon 7/109 (42.5) 8/116 (46.1)
1 2nd 7 3.3 2.00 SL Campbell WW Hinds 1/45 (20.6) 2/52 (24.3)
1 8th 6 3.2 1.80 NAM McLean RD Jacobs 7/376 (118.5) 8/382 (122.1)
4 3rd 5 2.3 2.00 ME Waugh JL Langer 2/22 (6.4) 3/27 (9.1)
2 10th 5 1.3 3.33 GD McGrath DR Martyn 9/398 (126.1) 10/403 (127.4)
3 10th 4 0.2 12.00 CA Walsh MI Black 9/137 (51.3) 10/141 (51.5)
2 2nd 4 3.2 1.20 MJ Slater JL Langer 1/156 (37.6) 2/160 (41.2)
2 9th 1 0.2 3.00 CR Miller DR Martyn 8/397 (125.5) 9/398 (126.1)
3 7th 0 0.3 0.00 NAM McLean RD Jacobs 6/109 (42.2) 7/109 (42.5)
3 6th 0 0.3 0.00 JC Adams RD Jacobs 5/109 (41.5) 6/109 (42.2)
1 10th 0 0.1 0.00 CA Walsh MI Black 9/391 (128.4) 10/391 (128.5)
Series Results
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Jan 2-6, 2001
Australia won by 6 wickets
Australia v West Indies at Melbourne - Dec 26-29, 2000
Australia won by 352 runs
Australia v West Indies at Adelaide - Dec 15-19, 2000
Australia won by 5 wickets
Australia v West Indies at Perth - Dec 1-3, 2000
Australia won by an innings and 27 runs
Australia v West Indies at Brisbane - Nov 23-25, 2000
Australia won by an innings and 126 runs
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Photos

Dec 19, 2000

Australian test cricket captain Adam Gilchrist (R) shakes hands with West Indies captain Jimmy Adams (red cap), after Australia's five wicket win in the third test at the Adelaide Oval, 19 December 2000. The win is the first for stand in captain Gilchrist who replaced the injured Steve Waugh for this match, and extends Australia's world record unbeaten run to 13.

Gilchrist being congratulated by his counterpart Jimmy Adams

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Dec 19, 2000

The Australian test cricket side celebrate their five wicket win over the West Indies, in the third test at the Adelaide Oval, 19 December 2000. The win is the first for stand in captain Adam Gilchrist who replaced the injured Steve Waugh for this match, and extends Australia's world record unbeaten run to 13.

The Australian team celebrates the win over West Indies at Adelaide Oval

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