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RESULT
2nd T20I (N), Brisbane, October 07, 2022, West Indies tour of Australia
(20 ov, T:179) 147/8

Australia won by 31 runs

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end of over 204 runs • 1 wicket
WI: 147/8CRR: 7.35 
Alzarri Joseph11 (7b 2x4)
Yannic Cariah2 (2b)
Mitchell Starc 4-0-20-4
Pat Cummins 4-0-32-2

It's just one day's rest for Australia before they take on England in Perth on Sunday. West Indies will face UAE in Melbourne on Monday in a practice game ahead of the first round of the World Cup. Gansher's report is up. Alex's piece about the Steven Smith conundrum should be up soon as well. Do check them out. For now, that's all from our side. See you soon.

Aaron Finch: Davey was the different, and Tim David. There was enough in the pitch for everyone. [On batting order] There is a method to everything we do. Still plenty of learnings. It's about managing our way to the World Cup. We want to play aggressive but at the same time we want to manage well with long flights and short turnaround times.

Nicholas Pooran: Congratulations to Australia, they played better cricket. We are getting accustomed to the conditions, putting our ego aside and working on the team plans.

David Warner is the Player of the Match, as well as the Player of the Series. "It was a fantastic all-round performance, well executed by our bowlers," he says. "At the halfway mark we had discussed about bowling Test match lines and lengths, and they nailed them. [on opening with Green] He is a bit like me. Think he is going to have a big impact in the future."

9.52pm A comprehensive 31-run win for Australia in the end. It was set up by Warner's 41-ball 75 and David's 20-ball 42. Starc then removed Mayers in the first over itself to jolt West Indies' chase. He would finish with 4 for 20, his best figures in T20I cricket. Hazlewood didn't pick up a wicket but was even more economical, giving away only 19 from his four. And that also brings an end to this series, Australia wrapping it up 2-0.

19.6
Starc to Joseph, no run

122.8kph. A slower short ball outside off - was it the back-of-the-hand version? Joseph looks to forehand it through extra cover but fails to connect

19.5
1
Starc to Cariah, 1 run

slightly fuller than good length on the stumps. Pushed towards long-on

Switches the angle again

19.4
1
Starc to Joseph, 1 run

goes for the yorker again but ends up bowling a low full toss. Clipped towards deep square leg

19.3
Starc to Joseph, no run

full outside off, digs it out back towards the bowler

19.3
1w
Starc to Joseph, 1 wide

goes for another yorker but ends up spraying it down the leg side

Back to around the wicket for the right-hander

Sampath tells me it's the first time Starc has taken four wickets in a T20I

19.2
1
Starc to Cariah, 1 run

length outside off, steered towards point

Over the wicket to left-hander Cariah

19.1
W
Starc to Smith, OUT

and he cleans him up with a yorker. Right in the blockhole on the leg stump. Smith tries to get his bat down on it but misses and the ball hits the leg stick

Odean Smith b Starc 4 (6b 0x4 0x6 14m) SR: 66.66

Starc goes around the wicket

Australia have run out of the permissible time to bowl their 20 overs. So the slow-over-rate penalty kicks in for them too. That means they can have only four fielders, instead of five, outside the 30-yard circle

end of over 1914 runs • 1 wicket
WI: 143/7CRR: 7.52 RRR: 36.00 • Need 36 runs from 6b
Alzarri Joseph10 (4b 2x4)
Odean Smith4 (5b)
Pat Cummins 4-0-32-2
Josh Hazlewood 4-0-19-0
18.6
Cummins to Joseph, no run

another slower one, well outside off. Swings all over it

18.5
4
Cummins to Joseph, FOUR runs

a slower one outside off. Joseph clears his front leg and looks to go down the ground. Gets it from the toe end of the bat and it goes over and to the left of short third

18.4
2
Cummins to Joseph, 2 runs

full outside off, slices it over covers and just evades Green in the deep

18.3
4
Cummins to Joseph, FOUR runs

a slower one but the line went awry. Down the leg side and Joseph pulls it over and to the left of short fine leg

18.2
W
Cummins to Hosein, OUT

full around off, Hosein clears his front leg and looks to go big again. Doesn't get the elevation though and Warner takes a regulation catch tumbling to his right at mid-off

Akeal Hosein c Warner b Cummins 25 (19b 3x4 1x6 29m) SR: 131.57
18.1
4
Cummins to Hosein, FOUR runs

short of length around off, goes back and pulls it towards deep midwicket. One bounce and over the boundary line

end of over 184 runs
WI: 129/6CRR: 7.16 RRR: 25.00 • Need 50 runs from 12b
Odean Smith4 (5b)
Akeal Hosein21 (17b 2x4 1x6)
Josh Hazlewood 4-0-19-0
Pat Cummins 3-0-18-1
17.6
Hazlewood to Smith, no run

133kph. A nasty short one to end the over with. Smith wasn't expecting it and can only take evasive action

17.5
1
Hazlewood to Hosein, 1 run

a full toss on the leg stump. Hosein works it towards long-on for one

17.4
Hazlewood to Hosein, no run

short of length outside off, another slower one. Goes for the cut but misses. Lets out a groan in frustration

Boomerang : "OK I give up. What does Vairavan mean about over rate being 12? It wasn't runs, or minutes. I'm stuck." --- 12 overs per hour

17.3
1
Hazlewood to Smith, 1 run

length outside off, backs away and muscles it towards deep extra cover, but only for one

17.2
Hazlewood to Smith, no run

almost in the blockhole, just outside off. Smith looks to smash it out but gets an inside edge onto his back leg

17.1
2
Hazlewood to Smith, 2 runs

short of length around off, forces it aerially towards long-off off the back foot. And they sneak in an overthrow as the bowler fumbles while collection the throw

end of over 176 runs • 1 wicket
WI: 125/6CRR: 7.35 RRR: 18.00 • Need 54 runs from 18b
Akeal Hosein20 (15b 2x4 1x6)
Odean Smith1 (1b)
Pat Cummins 3-0-18-1
Adam Zampa 4-0-34-1
16.6
2
Cummins to Hosein, 2 runs

another slower one, 112.4kph. Hosein backs away and looks to hit down the ground. Doesn't get the timing right but it falls between mid-on and mid-off

 
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Odean Smith b Starc 4 (6b 0x4 0x6 14m) SR: 66.66
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