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KL Rahul’s 74 in vain as India lose warm-up match by 36 runs

Updated on: 14 October,2022 08:29 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Electing to bowl first, Josh Phillippe was taken out early by Arshdeep Singh on a pitch that had some bounce. D’Arcy Short (52 off 38 balls) and Nick Hobson (64 off 41 balls) shared a partnership of exactly 100 runs, where the duo took the spinners to the cleaners

KL Rahul’s 74 in vain as India lose warm-up match by 36 runs

KL Rahul after his 74 v Western Australia XI yesterday. Pic/BCCI

Opener KL Rahul made 74 off 55 balls, but his efforts went in vain as India lost their second practice match to Western Australia XI by 36 runs at WACA Stadium on Thursday.


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After Western Australia XI made 168-6 in their 20 overs, India could get only 132-8 in 20 overs, with Rahul’s 74 comprising nine fours and two sixes. The next best score in India’s innings, in which Rohit Sharma (though he was the captain), Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav did not bat, was 17 by Hardik Pandya and 10 by Dinesh Karthik.


Electing to bowl first, Josh Phillippe was taken out early by Arshdeep Singh on a pitch that had some bounce. D’Arcy Short (52 off 38 balls) and Nick Hobson (64 off 41 balls) shared a partnership of exactly 100 runs, where the duo took the spinners to the cleaners.

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