Champions League Twenty20, 2nd semi-final: Warriors v South Australia at Centurion, Sep 25, 2010
Champions League Twenty20 - 2nd semi final
Warriors won by 30 runs
25 September 2010 - day/night match (20-over match)

I am Nitin Sundar, starting off commentary, and I will be joined by Abhishek Purohit later in the game. Sriram Veera is punching out the bulletin from Centurion. Venkat Raghav and Sanjay Murari are handling scoring duties. Out come the openers Jacobs and Prince, time for some high quality T20 cricket. Tait has the ball. Two slips in place. Play!

17.24 Sridhar sends in this valid observation: "Its good to see two teams without any "star" players fight out for the place in finals. they clearly show what a bunch of committed, determined guys can do even if they don't have that "star" tag. Its hard to pick who will come out as winners, but my pick is warriors competing for the trophy on out for M Boucher, he is long due a great innings, today could be his day." Anupam Singh sends this confusing message, not sure if he's following cricket or boxing. "It seems that i am watching the match on tv.. and the punches in between are icing on the cake."

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Harsha Bhogle on air makes a fair point when he says, "this could be one of the more athletic matches in the tournament." Two superb fielding sides these, and whoever makes it to the final will have an advantage over Chennai tomorrow in that department. Kaushik enquires about the weather, after the big delay we had yesterday. The weather looks fine, the sun is out in all its glory.

17.12 Phil updates us with happenings from around the world. "Neither of the Force India cars made it to Q3 in Singapore. The Labour Party will announce its new leader in 30 minutes and then there is this match." Sekhar has started off with the pattern recognition. "The South African team which made it to the semis in the 2009 CLT20 (Cape Cobras) was knocked out by a team in red (T&T). Will we see the same story today as well? Will we get to see a Yellow vs Red finals this time? Last year T&T,the men in red, took on NSW, majority of whose members were international Australian players (yellow jersey)."

Toss: Warriors elect to bat. Jacobs is clipped in his responses, much like his batting - no-nonsense. "Always good to get runs on the board. Will see how it goes. No changes to the team." Warriors haven't made a single change through the tournament.

Klinger says Tait is back for South Australia and will be going whang soon. That's the only change to their XI - Haberfield out, Tait in.

16.50 A warm welcome to the second semi-final of the Champions League. As Sid Talya, in his preview, calls it - the battle of the inspirational captains. Davy Jacobs of Warriors v Michael Klinger of South Australia - who will step up for the opportunity to face Chennai in the final? Toss coming up in 10 minutes.

An interesting pitch greets us from Centurion - one that Pommie Mbangwa on air defines as "not the most beautiful to look at". Aesthetics apart, it is a rough track, quite dry and looks like it will assist spin. Warriors have Johan Botha and Nicky Boje in their ranks, South Australia have the more low-profile duo of Cullen Bailey and Aaron O'Brien in their side. Will the spinners come to the party? Or will it be down to the seamers - plenty of those on both sides too. Will Jacobs and Klinger continue to pile on the runs at the top?

While we wait for the toss: Australia have started their tour of India on a confident note. Sid Monga's first-day bulletin speaks about the ease with which Simon Katich and Shane Watson raced to centuries against a friendly attack. More interested in the wacky world of Indian fans? Read on.


Tait to Jacobs, 1 run, slides the first one on to the pads and it is neatly clipped square. Warriors are away


Tait to Prince, OUT, 151.4kph! Too good for Prince, that explodes from back of a length as it angles across him at a furious pace and Prince could only meekly hang his bat outside off and guide it into the hands of first slip. The Redbacks have struck.

AG Prince c Harris b Tait 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

That was the second fastest ball of the tournament. Ingram walks out to face the music.


Tait to Ingram, no run, 146 kph, searing across him from a length and Ingram lets it go


Tait to Ingram, no run, 147.7 kph this time, and he throws it further up. Ingram is late on the move forward and hardly flows into the cover drive. No contact made


Tait to Ingram, 1 run, 149 kph, bangs it short and into the left-hander's body. Ingram fends it uneasily to square leg and gets away


Tait to Jacobs, no run, 149.2 kph, pitched up and beats the in-form Jacobs for pace. Hint of movement too, that straightened from outside off after coming in from the angle and Jacobs played a lovely off drive, but well inside the line and in no risk of making contact. Tait has something to tell him as well.

End of over 1 (2 runs) Warriors 2/1 (RR: 2.00)

    • DJ Jacobs 1 (2b)
    • CA Ingram 1 (3b)
    • SW Tait 1-0-2-1

Spin from the other end. O'Brien, left arm over the wickets.


O'Brien to Ingram, 1 run, drifts with the turn into Ingram's pads and he sweeps it behind square for one


O'Brien to Jacobs, 1 run, length, turning away from outside off, Jacobs reaches across and sweeps to square leg for one more


O'Brien to Ingram, FOUR, good hit, Ingram is away. Chips out of the crease, gets to the pitch of the delivery - O'Brien is flighting them - and he lofts it nicely over the top.


O'Brien to Ingram, SIX, well done again, not so well done by the bowler. Tries to compensate and drops it short, Ingram is waiting in the crease and connects with a full blooded pull for six


O'Brien to Ingram, FOUR, well, the pressure exerted by Tait is being released in a hurry. drops short outside off this time, he waits for the turn and cuts it neatly past short third man for four more


O'Brien to Ingram, 2 runs, better length, Ingram drives this out into the covers and takes a couple

End of over 2 (18 runs) Warriors 20/1 (RR: 10.00)

    • CA Ingram 18 (8b 2x4 1x6)
    • DJ Jacobs 2 (3b)
    • AW O'Brien 1-0-18-0
    • SW Tait 1-0-2-1

Tait to Jacobs, no run, 150.5 kph, short ball hustles Jacobs into the pull and he is late on the shot


Tait to Jacobs, FOUR, it comes at 147 kph and Jacobs despatches it back at double the speed. Smack with the timing, that was on a length, he was waiting was Jacobs, got into position early and drives it straight past. Smoked.


Tait to Jacobs, SIX, this is a thrilling counter-attack! It came in at 151 kph, Jacobs hopped away to off stump, it is a tactic he has used to perfection in this tournament. Tait landed it on a length on middle and leg, and he picked it off the pads and smashed it over square leg


Tait to Jacobs, no run, slower ball, 128 kph and Jacobs did not see that coming. Early into the shot, it was short and he missed


Tait to Jacobs, FOUR, jumps across to off stump again, Tait sees him moving and whangs it in full on off stump. No problem for Jacobs, he jams the bat down in a clean arc and drills it past wide mid on for four more.


Tait to Jacobs, 2 runs, harries him with a pacy bouncer, Jacobs is up to the task - goes for the pull and gets a top edge, it is a skier but it lands safe behind the keeper

End of over 3 (16 runs) Warriors 36/1 (RR: 12.00)

    • DJ Jacobs 18 (9b 2x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 18 (8b 2x4 1x6)
    • SW Tait 2-0-18-1
    • AW O'Brien 1-0-18-0

The spin experiment is over. Putland comes on. Slip in place.


Putland to Ingram, no run, back of a length on off stump and Jacobs plays watchfully into the covers


Putland to Ingram, FOUR, drops it short this time and Ingram finds this pace a lot more gentle than the Tait barrage from the other end. Picks it early and cuts it with disdain, in front of square. See you later.


Putland to Ingram, 2 runs, fuller outside off, Ingram adjusts and opens the face to pick a couple behind square


Putland to Ingram, 1 run, slower ball, 108 kph, Ingram waits and waits. And waits some more. And then opens his face to run it to short third man for one


Putland to Jacobs, no run, slow off cutter, grips and bounces off the turf, but Jacobs adjusts and plays it out to the off side


Putland to Jacobs, no run, and again, 104 kph on that off cutter. Jacobs sees it early and plays defensively to the off side

End of over 4 (7 runs) Warriors 43/1 (RR: 10.75)

    • DJ Jacobs 18 (11b 2x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 25 (12b 3x4 1x6)
    • GD Putland 1-0-7-0
    • SW Tait 2-0-18-1

Tait is being held back. Christian comes on.


Christian to Ingram, 1 run, gentle pace, angles across from back of a length and Ingram drives it into the covers


Christian to Jacobs, no run, Jacobs is waiting for anything short of too full, this is neither - length ball on off stump and he lets it go with the forward defensive


Christian to Jacobs, no run, smart ball, 135 kph yorker wide outside off. Jacobs does not get room to play that whiplash through the off side


Christian to Jacobs, FOUR, well, he's made something out of nothing here. Backs away to the leg side, he is almost near the wide tram lines when the ball comes - a short slower ball that stands up nicely for the upper cut. Jacobs gets a thickish outside edge and it goes over the keeper for four more


Christian to Jacobs, 1 run, moves away again and this time Christian follows him with a full ball on leg stump. Manages to pick a single to midwicket


Christian to Ingram, 1 run, dropped. Ingram works it from outside off, uppishly, to the left of Putland at point who should have held on to it. He dived across, and got there but could not hold on

End of over 5 (7 runs) Warriors 50/1 (RR: 10.00)

    • CA Ingram 27 (14b 3x4 1x6)
    • DJ Jacobs 23 (15b 3x4 1x6)
    • DT Christian 1-0-7-0
    • GD Putland 1-0-7-0

Putland to Ingram, 5 runs, well, things are not going Redbacks' way. Back of a length outside off, firm check drive to mid off for one. Unnecessary shy at the stumps, misses and goes away for four overthrows


Putland to Jacobs, no run, another slower ball, quite short and Jacobs waits and times the cut, but can't beat the off side cordon


Putland to Jacobs, 1 run, this one is on his pads and Jacobs drills it out to deep midwicket for one.Times well, no placement.


Putland to Ingram, 1 run, on Ingram's pads this time and he works it behind square for a single


Putland to Jacobs, FOUR, well, the short slower ball is a risky option against this man. This is why. 107 kph, lands halfway and sits up nicely. Jacobs has already skipped across and is inside the line, easy pickings after that - connects well with the pull and it runs away behind square


Putland to Jacobs, 1 run, full on off stump, better option surely. Jacobs digs it out to wide mid off for one

End of over 6 (12 runs) Warriors 62/1 (RR: 10.33)

    • DJ Jacobs 29 (19b 4x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 33 (16b 3x4 1x6)
    • GD Putland 2-0-19-0
    • DT Christian 1-0-7-0

One over of brilliance from Tait and since then it has been all Warriors. Having a spinner for the second over spoiled it in my opinion.


Christian to Jacobs, FOUR, not good, full and on the toes, Jacobs greedily tucks in with a deft glance to the right of short fine leg


Christian to Jacobs, FOUR, it's getting worse for the Redbacks. Bangs it shorter, Jacobs decides to send it to the left of short fine leg this time with a well-controlled pull shot. These slower balls aren't working.


Christian to Jacobs, no run, better, pitches it up at proper pace - 132 kph - and Jacobs misses with the off drive. Through to the keeper


Christian to Jacobs, FOUR, money for nothing and boundaries for free. Another one sliding well down the leg side, all Jacobs had to do was flag it along on its way. He does it with another nice little glance


Christian to Jacobs, 1 run, gets it outside off this time, 136 kph and Jacobs is timing them ominously now. Out to deep extra cover for one


Christian to Ingram, 2 runs, well, good surprise bouncer, had Ingram in trouble, but no wicket all the same. 132 kph, bouncer angles across his body and Ingram is late on the pull. Top edge lands safely at midwicket.

End of over 7 (15 runs) Warriors 77/1 (RR: 11.00)

    • CA Ingram 35 (17b 3x4 1x6)
    • DJ Jacobs 42 (24b 7x4 1x6)
    • DT Christian 2-0-22-0
    • GD Putland 2-0-19-0

Nirav: "Can we expect Klinger and Jacobs to be part of next IPL?" Barack Obama would say: "Yes, we can!" Me too. Spin comes back on. Warriors are running away here and Redbacks need more imagination.


O'Brien to Jacobs, 1 run, speared in from wide of the crease and worked with the angle behind square

Over the wickets to the left hander.


O'Brien to Ingram, no run, outside off, cuts it away it is too full and he can't get it away


O'Brien to Ingram, no run


O'Brien to Ingram, no run, lets one go outside off, how rare is that!


O'Brien to Ingram, 1 run, looks to sweep from well outside off, and Ingram gets it away to short fine leg for one


O'Brien to Jacobs, no run, fuller on off stump, and Jacobs can't get it past point. This over is the lull after the storm.

End of over 8 (2 runs) Warriors 79/1 (RR: 9.87)

    • DJ Jacobs 43 (26b 7x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 36 (21b 3x4 1x6)
    • AW O'Brien 2-0-20-0
    • DT Christian 2-0-22-0

Spin from both ends. Cullen Bailey comes on.


Bailey to Ingram, 1 run, straighter one, Ingram chips out and gets some outside edge into the covers


Bailey to Jacobs, 1 run, Jacobs paddles one on middle and leg behind square for one more


Bailey to Ingram, 1 run, one of the longest hops a legspinner at this pace can afford. Ingram does not cash in. Pulled straight to long leg


Bailey to Jacobs, no run, nice stuff, looped up at 79 kph outside off, Jacobs looks to sweep against the spin from that line, and misses


Bailey to Jacobs, FOUR, well, this is even shorter than the bonus ball Ingram got and Jacobs is in no mood to let it go. Breaks away from outside off and turns a mile. It was a challenge for Jacobs to reach it, but he did and sent it square for four


Bailey to Jacobs, 1 run, and another one, Jacobs should be leaving these and claiming the wides. Instead he reaches out and plays the forehand cross court through extra cover

End of over 9 (8 runs) Warriors 87/1 (RR: 9.66)

    • DJ Jacobs 49 (30b 8x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 38 (23b 3x4 1x6)
    • CB Bailey 1-0-8-0
    • AW O'Brien 2-0-20-0

O'Brien to Jacobs, no run, what happened there? Grip, bounce, loop and turn, from a length on middle and off, completely squares up Jacobs. Did well not to nick it.


O'Brien to Jacobs, 1 run, fuller on middle and leg and he works it off the pads to wide mid on to bring up fifty. Well played!


O'Brien to Ingram, no run, tossed up on off and he goes for a sweep and misses.


O'Brien to Ingram, 1 run, Cooper pouts down a dolly! What's happening here? Tossed up outside off and Ingram looks to loft over long off. Can't quite launch it high enough, and it goes straight down Cooper's throat. And he puts it down.


O'Brien to Jacobs, no run, plays it out towards the covers, not for runs


O'Brien to Jacobs, no run, Jacobs pulls out the reverse sweep, connects well but straight to short third man

End of over 10 (2 runs) Warriors 89/1 (RR: 8.90)

    • DJ Jacobs 50 (34b 8x4 1x6)
    • CA Ingram 39 (25b 3x4 1x6)
    • AW O'Brien 3-0-22-0
    • CB Bailey 1-0-8-0

Bailey to Ingram, 1 run, sharp turn comes in menacingly, but Ingram plays it off the stumps behind point


Bailey to Jacobs, FOUR, pulls out the reverse sweep again, does not connect well, but the thinking was right - he was targetting the third man fence, with the fielder inside the circle. Top edges the shot over the fielder and it is four


Bailey to Jacobs, no run, fuller on off, another reverse sweep and he does not make contact this time


Bailey to Jacobs, FOUR, goes for the conventional sweep and connects with murderous intent. Slammed that across the turf for four, that was hit really hard.


Bailey to Jacobs, 1 run, again, looks leg side and gets a single out towards midwicket


Bailey to Ingram, 1 run, chips out and works it over the infield towards midwicket for one.

100 up. Abhishek Purohit to take over commentary.

End of over 11 (11 runs) Warriors 100/1 (RR: 9.09)

    • CA Ingram 41 (27b 3x4 1x6)
    • DJ Jacobs 59 (38b 10x4 1x6)
    • CB Bailey 2-0-19-0
    • AW O'Brien 3-0-22-0

Thanks Nitin. Daniel Harris is in.


Harris to Ingram, 1 run, starts with a gentle one floated outside off, driven to sweeper for one


Harris to Jacobs, 1 run, threads this one outside off through extra cover for a single


Harris to Ingram, 1 run, Ingram tries to launch into this one, on the bounce to midwicket


Harris to Jacobs, 1 run, this pitch is playing slower, lofted over mid-off


Harris to Ingram, 1 run, turned to deep midwicket, they can afford to have a few quiet overs now


Harris to Jacobs, OUT, Jacobs is gone! it was on the legs, he looked to launch that one out of the ground, it went miles in the air, Harris ran all the way to square leg to take the steepler, well taken in the end as he tumbles to the ground

DJ Jacobs c & b Harris 61 (46m 41b 10x4 1x6) SR: 148.78

End of over 12 (5 runs) Warriors 105/2 (RR: 8.75)

    • CA Ingram 44 (30b 3x4 1x6)
    • DJ Harris 1-0-5-1
    • CB Bailey 2-0-19-0

Boucher is in. O'Bailey to continue.


Bailey to Boucher, 1 run, he gets off the mark, pulling this short delivery to deep midwicket


Bailey to Ingram, 1 run, gets away again with the half tracker as it is pulled to deep midwicket


Bailey to Boucher, no run, Boucher tries to go through the covers, can't beat the infield


Bailey to Boucher, no run, looped up on off stump, Boucher inside-edges the off drive onto his pads


Bailey to Boucher, no run, Boucher is getting a bit impatient already, wanted to deposit this over midwicket, was beaten by the flight and turn, the keeper too fails to collect


Bailey to Boucher, no run, wide outside off, he looks to pull it but misses

End of over 13 (2 runs) Warriors 107/2 (RR: 8.23)

    • MV Boucher 1 (5b)
    • CA Ingram 45 (31b 3x4 1x6)
    • CB Bailey 3-0-21-0
    • DJ Harris 1-0-5-1

Harris to Ingram, 1 run, driven to long-on by Ingram


Harris to Boucher, FOUR, nicely driven down the ground by Boucher, all timing on that one, and it beats a diving long-off to go for four


Harris to Boucher, 1 run, connects the pull this time to deep midwicket


Harris to Ingram, 1 leg bye, flighted outside leg, Ingram looks to seep, gets it fine for one


Harris to Boucher, 1 run, Boucher thrashes this one outside off, but extra cover pulls off a fine save


Harris to Ingram, no run, nice delivery to end a good over, fullish on leg, Ingram almost yorks himself as he looks to get forward

End of over 14 (8 runs) Warriors 115/2 (RR: 8.21)

    • CA Ingram 46 (34b 3x4 1x6)
    • MV Boucher 7 (8b 1x4)
    • DJ Harris 2-0-12-1
    • CB Bailey 3-0-21-0

Bailey to Boucher, 2 runs, Boucher top-edges the sweep behind the stumps, the keeper dives but can't reach it


Bailey to Boucher, 1 run, driven down to long-on on the full


Bailey to Ingram, 1 wide, come forward to a flighted ball outside leg, it hits the pads on the full, goes to Manou who makes a mess of a simple stumping chance


Bailey to Ingram, OUT, Manou will breathe easy here as Ingram has swatted the next delivery straight down the throat of deep backward square leg, didn't have to move much at all

CA Ingram c Christian b Bailey 46 (54m 35b 3x4 1x6) SR: 131.42


Bailey to Boucher, no run, gives it air outside off, Boucher can't time the drive


Bailey to Boucher, 1 wide, slow, short, wide and going further away, Boucher thinks of pulling it but pulls out of the shot at the last moment


Bailey to Boucher, 2 runs, sweeps this to deep square leg, where a fine effort saves a certain boundary


Bailey to Boucher, no run, can't do anything with this shortish delivery on middle this time, it came in a bit after pitching, he had set himself up for the pull

End of over 15 (7 runs) Warriors 122/3 (RR: 8.13)

    • MV Boucher 12 (13b 1x4)
    • CA Thyssen 0 (0b)
    • CB Bailey 4-0-28-1
    • DJ Harris 2-0-12-1

Harris to Thyssen, no run, fullish outside off, driven back to the bowler


Harris to Thyssen, 1 run, similar delivery, he gets it down to long-off this time


Harris to Boucher, 1 bye, Boucher threw everything at this wide one outside off, found thin air, Manou lets a bye


Harris to Thyssen, OUT, Thyssen is gone! he looked to do a Boucher, gave it his all with the full swing, but unlike Boucher, got a thin edge through to Manou, who holds on

CA Thyssen c †Manou b Harris 1 (5m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

South Australia have pulled things back really well


Harris to Botha, 2 runs, good shot to start, elegantly driven to the left of long-off who makes a valiant attempt and pulls it back


Harris to Botha, 2 leg byes, tries the reverse sweep now but is surprised by the bounce, so is Manou as it goes down very fine on the off side

End of over 16 (6 runs) Warriors 128/4 (RR: 8.00)

    • J Botha 2 (2b)
    • MV Boucher 12 (14b 1x4)
    • DJ Harris 3-0-15-2
    • CB Bailey 4-0-28-1

Tait is back


Tait to Boucher, SIX, and is top-edged to the right of fine leg for six! Boucher brought out the pull to a pacy short one and it goes all the way


Tait to Boucher, no run, misses this fast delivery this time, straight through him


Tait to Boucher, FOUR, what a shot! Tait drags it on leg stump, Boucher brings down the bat in time to spirit to the square leg fence for four


Tait to Boucher, 1 run, Tait responds with the yorker, Boucher manages to get some bat on it and they scamper one


Tait to Botha, 1 run, full outside off, Botha drives airily and just gets it over extra cover


Tait to Boucher, 1 run, full and furious on off stump, he jams his bat on it to take a single as it goes towards long-off

End of over 17 (13 runs) Warriors 141/4 (RR: 8.29)

    • MV Boucher 24 (19b 2x4 1x6)
    • J Botha 3 (3b)
    • SW Tait 3-0-31-1
    • DJ Harris 3-0-15-2

Three overs to go


Harris to Boucher, 1 run, dropped Ferguson has put down a tough chance, it was lifted over point from where Callum ran back towards the boundary and got both hands to it, but it popped out


Harris to Botha, no run, attempts to pull but misses


Harris to Botha, 1 run, pushed to backward point


Harris to Boucher, OUT, Boucher has swung this straight to deep midwicket, what an important wicket at this stage!

MV Boucher c Christian b Harris 25 (23m 21b 2x4 1x6) SR: 119.04


Harris to Botha, 1 run, pushed into the offside


Harris to Kreusch, no run, what an over this is! full on off, can't get it away, Harris fields in his follow-through, this spell has turned the game for his side

End of over 18 (3 runs) Warriors 144/5 (RR: 8.00)

    • JP Kreusch 0 (1b)
    • J Botha 5 (6b)
    • DJ Harris 4-0-18-3
    • SW Tait 3-0-31-1

Tait to Botha, 1 run, full on leg stump, hit down to long-on


Tait to Kreusch, 1 bye, full outside off, he is caught in no-man's land as he had given himself too much room, they go for the bye, Manou with the throw to Tait who misses at the non-striker's end, the backing-up is not good but they can't run for the overthrow as the non-striker is down on the ground


Tait to Botha, OUT, Tait gets another on as Botha drills it straight down long-on's throat

J Botha c Putland b Tait 6 (13m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 75.00


Tait to Kreusch, 1 run, yorker on leg stump, inside-edged to fine leg


Tait to Boje, FOUR, lucky there, it was a full toss outside off and he outside edges the drive to the right of third man for four


Tait to Boje, 1 run, yorker length outside off, Boje jams it towards point

End of over 19 (8 runs) Warriors 152/6 (RR: 8.00)

    • N Boje 5 (2b 1x4)
    • JP Kreusch 1 (3b)
    • SW Tait 4-0-38-2
    • DJ Harris 4-0-18-3

Right. Last over. How much can Warriors get?


Christian to Boje, SIX, they can get many if they connect them this way! half-tracker on off, Boje sends it into the Centurion sky over wide long-on


Christian to Boje, SIX, and another one! it was in the slot for Boje who swings it straight back for another maximum, just hit the ropes on the full


Christian to Boje, FOUR, inventive from Boje, goes outside off to sweep this delivery on middle to the right of short fine for four


Christian to Boje, no run, wide outside off, Boje misses out on this one, hopes for a wide call but isn't getting one


Christian to Boje, 1 run, swatted down to deep midwicket this time


Christian to Kreusch, SIX, Kreusch ends on a high! picks this one from outside off and sends it screaming over wide long-on for the third six of the over, that kept going ... and going

So Warriors have finished on a high here. Jacobs and Ingram had looked like taking the game away from South Australia, but they pulled things back in the middle overs, chiefly through Daniel Harris' spell. The two spinners didn't do badly either. But Boje has played a blinder here. He and Botha will be key for Warriors during the chase. There is some turn on offer on this track.

Meanwhile, Sriram Veera will have his buletin up in a moment here

Jacobs has done the job for his side. He has the golden bat with 252 runs. Can Michael Klinger do it for the Redbacks?

End of over 20 (23 runs) Warriors 175/6

    • JP Kreusch 7 (4b 1x6)
    • N Boje 22 (7b 2x4 2x6)
    • DT Christian 3-0-45-0
    • SW Tait 4-0-38-2





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