October 14-19, 2005 October 14, 2005

Australia v World XI, Super Test, Sydney

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Australia 345 (Hayden 111, Gilchrist 94, Flintoff 4-59) and 199 (Hayden 77, Ponting 54, Harmison 3-41, Flintoff 3-48, Muralitharan 3-55) beat World XI 190 (Sehwag 76, MacGill 4-39) and 144 (MacGill 5-43) by 210 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

4th Day
Bulletin - Warne and MacGill demolish World XI
Verdict - A super one-sided series
Peter English - MacGill's SCG affair
Quotes - Super Series' future uncertain
On the ball stats - A masterclass in legspin bowling
Quotes - Koertzen not keen on video
Quotes - Smith doubts replays
Gallery - Australia all the way

3rd Day
Bulletin - World XI lose early wickets chasing 355
Verdict - World XI finally step up
Anand Vasu - Murali's magic seven balls
Andrew McGlashan - Flintoff v Lee Part 2
Quotes - Flintoff: "It's possible to chase 350"
On the Ball - The Flintoff-Murali show
Stats - Highest fourth-innings totals
Gallery - World XI finally show some fight

2nd Day
Bulletin - Warne and MacGill destroy World XI
Verdict - Super Series continues to disappoint
Quotes - The Warne-MacGill partnership
Quotes - Sehwag: 'We are backing ourselves'
Andrew McGlashan - Jury out on TV replays
Stats - McGrath surpasses Walsh
On the ball stats - Sehwag's scorcher
Gallery - Warne and MacGill mesmerise

1st Day
Bulletin - Hayden and Gilchrist take the honours
Verdict - The spark is still missing
Peter English - Hayden's new-look approach
Quotes - Smith backs two-spinner strategy
On the ball stats - Hayden and Gilchrist find their feet again
Gallery - Hayden and Gilchrist dazzle
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Preview package
Preview - Time for the real battle to begin
Quotes - Show heart and save face, says Smith
Stats - The McGrath menace looms
News - SA coach backs Boucher