Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
20 | 7 Runs | AUS: 164/8 (28 runs required, RR: 8.20)

  • CJ McKay6 (8b)
  • NM Coulter-Nile16 (11b)
  • TL Best3-0-19-0
  • KA Pollard4-0-30-3

So much for Coulter-Nile's prediction at the halfway mark...

Haddin: "WI showed why they're world champions in this form. Those run-outs changed the game. No exchange (between me and Pollard after my dismissal)."

Pollard is the Man of the Match: "We got a really good score on the board. Hopefully we can improve our 50-over game as well. Took me a couple of games too late to find form. We've got to get the team balance right to win more consistently."

West Indies head back home with something to shout about. It was a tough tour for them. Can't help but state how much they missed Marlon Samuels. Wishing him a speedy recovery from the eye injury.

Victories for both the men and women's West Indies teams today. Twitter will be abuzz surely. Thanks for joining us today. Cheers!

19.6
0
Best to McKay, no run, full toss to end the game, it was quick and towards the pads and McKay made room and failed to connect, eye contact between the batsman and bowler but they shake hands, they're laughing about it now

For some reason Sammy has placed two slips!

19.5
1lb
Best to Coulter-Nile, 1 leg bye, moves right across and tries to pull and the ball hits the pads and dribbles away
19.4
1b
Best to McKay, 1 bye, down the leg side and nearly clips the pads as he tries to clip it away
19.3
2
Best to McKay, 2 runs, Dropped. shouldn't really matter at this stage, makes room and tries to clear midwicket, Narine runs back and spills it
19.2
1
Best to Coulter-Nile, 1 run, makes room and gets an under edge to the keeper, they scamper the single
19.2
1w
Best to Coulter-Nile, 1 wide, this was a really quick bouncer and inches over the helmet, Reiffel calls it a wide
19.1
1
Best to McKay, 1 run, fires that full and he digs it out down to mid-off and sets off, the throw to the keeper was a bit wide

END OF OVER:
19 | 12 Runs | AUS: 157/8 (35 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 8.26, RRR: 35.00)

  • NM Coulter-Nile15 (9b)
  • CJ McKay3 (4b)
  • KA Pollard4-0-30-3
  • SP Narine4-0-19-2
18.6
6
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, SIX runs, back to back sixes! Funny old over, short and he stays back and connects well again over deep midwicket. If only he connected the first four balls just as well
18.5
6
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, SIX runs, connects finally! The length was getting predictable, he stayed back and clubbed it over deep midwicket
18.4
0
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, no run, four consecutive dot balls! Coulter Nile is having a horror game with the bat, slower ball, swings and misses
18.3
0
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, no run, he swishes at thin air again, this looks like a hopelessly lost cause for Australia
18.2
0
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, no run, another swing and a miss, good change of pace again
18.1
0
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, no run, the slower ball and he goes for the slog and misses it completely

END OF OVER:
18 | 4 Runs 1 Wkt | AUS: 145/8 (47 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 8.05, RRR: 23.50)

  • CJ McKay3 (4b)
  • NM Coulter-Nile3 (3b)
  • SP Narine4-0-19-2
  • KA Pollard3-0-18-3
17.6
0
Narine to McKay, no run, goes back at the crease and pushes it towards extra cover
17.5
0
Narine to McKay, no run, makes room to bash that through the off side and he misses
17.4
2
Narine to McKay, 2 runs, punches it down the ground to long-on
17.3
1
Narine to Coulter-Nile, 1 run, flatter delivery and he slogs it away and it's along the ground to deep midwicket
17.2
1
Narine to McKay, 1 run, fullish on the off stump and clipped away down to long-on
17.1
W
Narine to Cutting, OUT, all too easy for Thomas! Tossed up and he was down the track to launch it, beaten for turn too, doesn't bother scampering back

BCJ Cutting st †Thomas b Narine 0 (4m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

END OF OVER:
17 | 5 Runs 2 Wkts | AUS: 141/7 (51 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 8.29, RRR: 17.00)

  • NM Coulter-Nile2 (2b)
  • BCJ Cutting0 (0b)
  • KA Pollard3-0-18-3
  • SP Narine3-0-15-1
16.6
2
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, 2 runs, Dropped! Could have been three for the over, he swings and gets a huge top edge, miles in the air, Sammy and Dwayne B converge, Bravo messes up, Sammy sees the lighter side to it
16.5
0
Pollard to Coulter-Nile, no run, short ball and it fizzes up and he swings and misses

Pollard on a hat-trick. Coulter-Nile didn't think he would need to pad up..

16.4
W
Pollard to Rohrer, OUT, two in two! Another slower ball, this was short, Rohrer moved right across his stumps and tried to pull it behind square on the on side, finds short fine leg

BJ Rohrer c Deonarine b Pollard 16 (30m 14b 0x4 1x6) SR: 114.28

Best left to Gayle and Russell I guess

16.3
W
Pollard to Faulkner, OUT, Sammy takes it! This was slower and fuller, Faulkner tries to launch it over long-on, it dips towards Sammy who takes it well in front of the rope, starts off the Gangnam but changes his mind

JP Faulkner c Sammy b Pollard 7 (8m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 116.66

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Australia 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st5SE MarshAJ Finch
2nd74SE MarshAC Voges
3rd3AC VogesGJ Bailey
4th14GJ BaileyBJ Rohrer
5th25BJ HaddinBJ Rohrer
6th18BJ RohrerJP Faulkner
7th0BJ RohrerBCJ Cutting
8th2BCJ CuttingNM Coulter-Nile
9th23CJ McKayNM Coulter-Nile