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Bowlers put Australia ahead v West Indies at Adelaide

Updated on: 10 December,2022 10:50 AM IST  |  Adelaide
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At stumps in Adelaide on Day Two, the visitors were 102-4, still 409 runs behind after Australia declared their first innings at 511-7

Bowlers put Australia ahead v West Indies at Adelaide

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Australia took four wickets to leave the West Indies reeling on Friday in the day-night second Test after Travis Head crunched 175 and Marnus Labuschagne’s scored 163.


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At stumps in Adelaide on Day Two, the visitors were 102-4, still 409 runs behind after Australia declared their first innings at 511-7. Michael  Neser, replacing Pat Cummins, bagged the key wicket of Kraigg Brathwaite for 19, with wicketkeeper Alex Carey taking a regulation catch. 


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Neser found movement and removed Shamarh Brooks for eight in a mirror dismissal. Nathan Lyon then held a caught-and-bowled to send Jermaine Blackwood packing for three. Cameron Green capped a good day by bowling Devon Thomas.

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