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    *Daily Blast TV* - Pakistan in Australia!

    While we await the start of the VB Series in January, we at the Daily Blast TV have taken it upon ourselves to bring you nonstop cricket action.

    Australia v Pakistan.
    The three Test series will be broadcast live starting from the first ball of the first Test today. Stay tuned to Blast TV and continue supporting our sponsors.
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    Pakistan in Australia
    1st Test at the WACA

    Day 1 Summary:

    Australia 1st innings 314/5 (93.5 overs)
    RT Ponting 59*, GD McGrath 0*

    Batting first on a good surface, the Aussies never let the visiting bowlers settle. Hayden and Langer added a busy century in 28.5 overs and continued to register fine half-centuries. The partnership was ultimately terminated at 164, when Hayden (73) was run out brilliantly by Younis Khan's throw from the covers.

    Langer batted onward to a fine century and Australia stood at 231/1 at tea. Finally Pakistan found joy as Langer flashed loosely at a wide Shoaib delivery and snicked it into the gloves of Akmal. His was 146 off 244 balls, with 11 fours and 2 sixes, both hit off Shoaib Malik.

    Lehmann came but never looked too solid and perished to a disappointing hook shot of Akhtar, caught at deep square leg for 4. Skipper Ponting swept for 3 runs to go to a half-century, then was dropped behind off a beauty from Akhtar immediately after. Clarke (7) lost his middle stump driving away from his body, and suddenly the score was 300/4 from 275/1.

    To the surprise of all, Kasprowicz came out as Ponting elected to employ a nightwatchman. To the surprise of few, Sami had him caught at slip for 12 with what turned out to be the final ball of the day. Even more shockingly, McGrath was the next nightwatchman of choice, but did not get to face a ball.

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    Someone is on holiday...

    314/5 with Ponting, Martyn and Gilchrist still to take? Doesn't sound too promising for Pakistan...
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    *Insert Shannon Noll's version of 'Come on Aussie, Come on' *
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    *Insert Shannon Noll's version of 'Come on Aussie, Come on' *
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    Pakistan in Australia
    1st Test at the WACA

    Day 2 Summary:

    Australia 1st innings 582 ao (173.5 overs)
    AC Gilchrist 55*

    Pakistan 1st innings 33/1 (8 overs)
    Salman Butt 17*, Yasir Hameed 4*

    Code:
    J.L. Langer            ct Akmal             b Akhtar             146  244 11 2
    M.L. Hayden                     run out                           73  130  7 0
    R.T. Ponting           ct Kaneria           b Akhtar             169  355  6 2
    D.S. Lehmann           ct Kaneria           b Akhtar               4   11  1 0
    M.J. Clarke                                 b Sami                 7   26  1 0
    M.S. Kasprowicz        ct Hameed            b Sami                12   10  2 0
    G.D. McGrath           ct Khan              b Akhtar               4   23  0 0
    D.R. Martyn            ct Razzaq            b Kaneria             67  139  8 0
    A.C. Gilchrist                       not out                      55   80  4 0
    S.K. Warne                                  b Akhtar               9   25  0 0
    J.N. Gillespie         ct Razzaq            b Akhtar               3   10  0 0
    Extras          (byes 8   leg byes 10   no balls 10   wides 5)    33
    Total                       (10 Wkts  173.5 Overs)               582
    Fall of Wkts    164  275  281  300  314  330  450  556  574  582
    
    Akhtar                  42.5   3  152   6    6  2
    Sami                    35     4  117   2    3  2
    Razzaq                  22     2   77   0    1  0
    Kaneria                 42     6  117   1    0  0
    Malik                   25     3   73   0    0  1
    Farhat                   7     1   28   0    0  0
    Resuming on 314/5, Ricky Ponting was once more dropped by Akmal, this time off the second ball of the day and the bowling of Sami. McGrath (4), however, fended Akhtar to the gully 2 overs later.

    Martyn joined his captain and was stroking the ball immediately. The partnership was comfortable and mildly aggressive, and Australia went to lunch at 400/6. The over after the break, Ponting took a single to the covers and registered yet another Test hundred, incredibly hitting just 4 boundaries in the process.

    Martyn (67) got to 50 soon after, hitting 7 fours. A miscued pull to midwicket proved the eventual fate of him though, Kaneria getting his first and only success. Gilchrist and Ponting saw the score to tea - 514/7. After tea Ponting reached 150 and was later caught at midoff off Shoaib for a well-played 169.

    Gilchrist carried on the charge and was unbeaten on 55 off 80 balls when Shoaib Akhtar took his 6th wicket and finished off the tail. Australia all out for a mighty 582 and Shoaib Akhtar 6/152.

    In the 8 overs left on the day, Pakistan lost one wicket and closed at 33/1. Imran Farhat edged a beaut' to Gilchrist for 10.

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    Pakistan in Australia
    1st Test at the WACA

    Day 3 Summary:

    Australia 1st innings 582 ao (173.5 overs)
    AC Gilchrist 55*

    Pakistan 1st innings 198 ao (79.1 overs)
    Shoaib Malik 46*

    Pakistan 2nd innings 42/2 (16 overs)
    Yasir Hameed 17*

    Code:
    Imran Farhat           ct Gilchrist         b Gillespie           10   15  1 0
    Salman Butt            ct Gilchrist         b McGrath             25   66  2 0
    Yasir Hameed           ct Ponting           b Kasprowicz          24   44  3 0
    Younis Khan                       lbw       b Warne               27   76  1 0
    Yousuf Youhana         ct Langer            b Warne               15   34  1 1
    Shoaib Malik                         not out                      46  154  3 0
    Abdur Razzaq                      lbw       b McGrath             16   52  1 0
    Kamran Akmal           ct Lehmann           b McGrath              0    6  0 0
    S. Akhtar              ct Gilchrist         b McGrath              0    1  0 0
    M. Sami                ct Clarke            b McGrath              8   13  1 0
    D. Kaneria                        lbw       b Gillespie            7   21  1 0
    Extras          (byes 0   leg byes 12   no balls 7   wides 1)     20
    Total                       (10 Wkts  79.1 Overs)                198
    Fall of Wkts    22   55   72   103  117  153  157  157  167  198
    
    Gillespie               18.1   3   43   2    3  1
    McGrath                 25     7   69   5    4  0
    Kasprowicz              18     6   44   1    0  0
    Warne                   18     3   30   2    0  0
    It was definitely Australia's day, as Pakistan lost 11 wickets in following on after McGrath claimed 6 on the day. Starting at 33/1, a couple of rain delays of 20 minutes each in the first session could not delay Australia's progress. Pakistan went to lunch at 85/3 and Butt (25) and Hameed (24) were back in the pavilion.

    It wasn't long after that that stand-in skipper Yousuf Youhana was pouched at short leg off Warne for 15. Younis Khan (27) was then trapped LBW on the back foot by Kasprowicz and it was 117/5. Gilchrist dropped Malik off Warne, and he and Razzaq saw the score to 142/5 at tea.

    Just 5 overs after tea, McGrath took his second wicket and Razzaq was out for 16. Akmal received a lovely sixth ball from McGrath and he was caught at fifth slip without scoring. A ball later and it was 8 down - Shoaib Akhtar unable to evade a bouncer and instead gloving to Gilchrist for nought. Sami hit a boundary in making 8, but then pushed at a length ball from McGrath and was caught at second slip. Warne dropped Malik off the same bowler a couple balls after, but Kaneria was soon LBW to Gillespie for 7 and the innings complete - 198 all out.

    Still with another 16 overs left in the day and a 384-run deficit, Pakistan was asked to bat again. Salman Butt (0) survived a good LBW shout from Gillespie 5th ball, but lasted just 6 more for no run, caught in the gully. Hameed was missed by Kasprowicz at midon on 16 and was 17 not out at stumps. Farhat was caught at slip off McGrath's final ball of the day - 42/2 at stumps.

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    Frustrating Pakistan Sinks Again
    2nd Test

    Soundly beaten in the first Test, Pakistan faced severe injury problems heading into the second match of the 3-Test series. Inzamam-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Sami and Abdur Razzaq all sat out, with Mohammed Asif making his Test debut and Asim Kamal and Shahid Afridi coming into the team.

    Things started brightly with Youhana winning the toss and electing to bat on a good surface. Salman Butt (87) and Imran Farhat (51) both looked in top form and the score was 97/0 at lunch. Almost immediately after, Farhat flicked across the line to Warne and was easily pouched by Damien Martyn at midwicket. Hameed (11), Yousuf Youhana (13) and Younis Khan (3) came and departed with little ease in their stints, the last being Shane Watson's first Test wicket. Watson returned to get topscorer Butt and Pakistan was made to settle for just 274 all out, after being 100/0.

    This mostly due to scores of 44 and 41 from Kamal and Afridi respectively, as the tail was bundled out cheaply. Glenn McGrath continued his fine form by grabbing 6/67, while Watson took 2/50.

    Code:
                                 Pakistan 1st Innings
    
    Imran Farhat           ct Martyn            b Warne               51   94  7 1
    Salman Butt                                 b Watson              87  221 12 0
    Yasir Hameed           ct Kasprowicz        b McGrath             11   37  0 0
    Yousuf Youhana         ct Gilchrist         b McGrath             13   50  2 0
    Younis Khan            ct Martyn            b Watson               3   18  0 0
    Asim Kamal             ct Martyn            b Gillespie           44  104  5 0
    Shahid Afridi          ct Langer            b McGrath             41   60  4 0
    Kamran Akmal                                b McGrath              1    8  0 0
    S. Akhtar                         lbw       b McGrath              0    4  0 0
    Moh'mad Asif                         not out                       1   12  0 0
    D. Kaneria                        lbw       b McGrath              5    3  1 0
    Extras           (byes 5   leg byes 9   no balls 3   wides 0)     17
    Total                       (10 Wkts  101.2 Overs)               274
    Fall of Wkts    100  138  165  173  182  253  259  259  269  274
    
    Gillespie               21     3   66   1    2  0
    McGrath                 27.2   9   67   6    1  0
    Kasprowicz              19     7   40   0    0  0
    Watson                  12     0   50   2    0  0
    Warne                   22    10   37   1    0  0
    Unlike Pakistan's, Australia's innings started very poorly. Langer (8), Hayden (8), Clarke (1) and Martyn (1) perished early, with the latter 3 being Mohammad Asif's first Test wickets. Australia was struggling at 22/4 and Pakistan in full control. It was then that the other debutant, Shane Watson stepped in. Dropped on 4 by Afridi, Watson played for an impressive 67 not out, supporting the more experienced captain Ricky Ponting (44) and vice-captain Adam Gilchrist (28) as Australia reached 182 all out.

    Code:
                                Australia 1st Innings
    
    J.L. Langer                                 b Akhtar               8   15  1 0
    M.L. Hayden                       lbw       b Asif                 8   13  2 0
    R.T. Ponting           ct Kamal             b Kaneria             44   68  5 0
    M.J. Clarke            ct Akmal             b Asif                 1    4  0 0
    D.R. Martyn            ct Akhtar            b Asif                 1    4  0 0
    S.R. Watson                          not out                      64  121  8 0
    A.C. Gilchrist         ct Kamal             b Afridi              28   26  3 0
    S.K. Warne             ct Akmal             b Akhtar               1    7  0 0
    J.N. Gillespie                    lbw       b Kaneria              3   11  0 0
    M.S. Kasprowicz        ct Akmal             b Akhtar              19   26  3 0
    G.D. McGrath                      lbw       b Kaneria              0    3  0 0
    Extras           (byes 1   leg byes 1   no balls 2   wides 1)      5
    Total                       (10 Wkts  49.2 Overs)                182
    Fall of Wkts    16   18   20   22   85   126  128  137  172  182
    
    Akhtar                  14     1   46   3    1  1
    Asif                    13     2   48   3    1  0
    Kaneria                 14.2   1   46   3    0  0
    Afridi                   8     0   40   1    0  0
    Still in control with 92 runs in the bank, Pakistan began its second innings. Disaster immediately and Imran Farhat (0) was caught behind to the first ball from Gillespie. Further trouble when Hameed met the same fate two balls after and it was suddenly 0/2 after 3 balls. It would have been worse though, had Martyn held Butt's chance off McGrath before he had scored. Indeed, Martyn then dropped the same man off the same bowler 8 overs later.

    Pakistan consolidated to stumps on day two at 25/2. Rains troubled the morning session, but Australia managed to prize out Youhana (15), Butt (18) and Younis Khan (2) between showers. When an early lunch was taken, Pakistan was 48/5, effectively 140/5 in the context of the match. Afridi (4), Akmal (0) and Akhtar (0) lasted less than 3 overs among after lunch and it was a devastating 55/8. Gillespie made Asif (0) his sixth wicket and McGrath had Kamal LBW for 12 to leave Pakistan battered and broken - 61 all out. Only two Australian bowlers and 26 overs were needed.

    Code:
                                 Pakistan 2nd Innings
    
    Imran Farhat           ct Gilchrist         b Gillespie            0    1  0 0
    Salman Butt            ct Warne             b McGrath             18   50  1 0
    Yasir Hameed           ct Gilchrist         b Gillespie            0    2  0 0
    Yousuf Youhana         ct Hayden            b Gillespie           15   38  1 0
    Younis Khan            ct Gilchrist         b McGrath              2   15  0 0
    Asim Kamal                        lbw       b McGrath             12   24  1 0
    Shahid Afridi                               b Gillespie            4   13  0 0
    Kamran Akmal           ct Gillespie         b McGrath              0    4  0 0
    S. Akhtar              ct Gilchrist         b Gillespie            0    3  0 0
    Moh'mad Asif                           ct & b Gillespie            0    1  0 0
    D. Kaneria                           not out                       5    8  1 0
    Extras           (byes 0   leg byes 2   no balls 3   wides 0)      5
    Total                       (10 Wkts  26.0 Overs)                 61
    Fall of Wkts    0    0    27   38   39   49   54   55   55   61
    
    Gillespie               13     2   30   6    1  0
    McGrath                 13     3   29   4    2  0
    Thus Australia prepared to chase 154 runs for victory with more than half the match remaining time-wise. Justin Langer (34) was the only casualty before tea, as Australia progressed smoothly to 81/1 in 25 overs. Hayden reached a less-than-fluent half century off 107 balls and was out just 15 runs short of victory. Kaneria was the successful bowler, removing his legstump. One more success came 5 balls after and Clarke was caught close in without scoring. Thus it was left to Ponting (46 not out) and Martyn (5 not out) to see the home team to victory.

    Code:
                               Australia 2nd Innings
    
    J.L. Langer            ct Hameed            b Afridi              34   52  6 0
    M.L. Hayden                                 b Kaneria             64  137  3 1
    R.T. Ponting                         not out                      46  135  0 0
    M.J. Clarke            ct Khan              b Kaneria              0    5  0 0
    D.R. Martyn                          not out                       5   31  0 0
    S.R. Watson
    A.C. Gilchrist
    S.K. Warne
    J.N. Gillespie
    M.S. Kasprowicz
    G.D. McGrath
    Extras           (byes 0   leg byes 4   no balls 1   wides 0)      5
    Total                        (3 Wkts  59.5 Overs)                154
    Fall of Wkts    52   139  139
    
    Akhtar                  13     1   29   0    1  0
    Asif                    11     1   34   0    0  0
    Kaneria                 18.5   4   43   2    0  0
    Afridi                  17     3   44   1    0  0
    The Man of the Match was predictably Glenn McGrath.

    2nd Test played at MCG.
    Pakistan 1st Innings 274 all out
    Butt 87, Farhat 51, McGrath 6-67, Watson 2-50
    Australia 1st Innings 182 all out
    Watson 64*, Ponting 44, Kaneria 3-46, Akhtar 3-46
    Pakistan 2nd Innings 61 all out
    Gillespie 6-30, McGrath 4-29
    Australia 2nd Innings 154 for 3
    Hayden 64, Ponting 46*, Kaneria 2-43, Afridi 1-44
    Australia won by 7 wkts.

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    Forgive me for my ignorance, but I seem to not be able to find days 4 & 5 of the first test...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
    Forgive me for my ignorance, but I seem to not be able to find days 4 & 5 of the first test...
    Ah, the reason is simple. The Test ended on day four (predictably) and I had thought I posted it, as I was knocked off the internet in the process of doing so. I assumed it would have registered though and did not bother to check. Call it technical difficulties and enjoy our delayed package...

    Pakistan in Australia
    1st Test at the WACA

    Day 4 Summary:

    Australia 1st innings 582 ao (173.5 overs)
    AC Gilchrist 55*

    Pakistan 1st innings 198 ao (79.1 overs)
    Shoaib Malik 46*

    Pakistan 2nd innings 220 ao (85 overs)
    Danish Kaneria 0*

    Code:
                          Pakistan 2nd Innings Following On
    
    Salman Butt            ct Langer            b Gillespie            0   11  0 0
    Imran Farhat           ct Ponting           b McGrath             25   44  5 0
    Yasir Hameed                                b Gillespie           27   49  2 0
    Younis Khan            ct Langer            b Warne               81  157 11 0
    Yousuf Youhana                              b Gillespie            1   12  0 0
    Shoaib Malik           ct Gilchrist         b Warne               23   77  1 0
    Abdur Razzaq                           ct & b Lehmann             33  111  4 0
    Kamran Akmal           ct Gillespie         b Warne                1    7  0 0
    S. Akhtar              ct Martyn            b Gillespie           17   30  2 0
    M. Sami                ct Gilchrist         b Lehmann              0   16  0 0
    D. Kaneria                           not out                       0    1  0 0
    Extras           (byes 0   leg byes 6   no balls 5   wides 1)     12
    Total                       (10 Wkts  85.0 Overs)                220
    Fall of Wkts    0    42   53   55   122  184  188  210  220  220
    
    Gillespie               23     2   72   4    2  1
    McGrath                 24     7   62   1    1  0
    Kasprowicz              12     1   45   0    2  0
    Warne                   20     9   29   3    0  0
    Lehmann                  6     3    6   2    0  0
    Not the most inspiring day in the field for Australia, but they still managed to get the job done comfortably. The sloppiness started early when Hayden missed Khan in the slips off McGrath before he had scored. Four balls later, Gillespie removed Hameed (27)'s offstump, but then he had Youhana dropped by Kasprowicz on 1.

    The drop didn't prove at all costly though, and Youhana met the same spectacular fate as Hameed. Younis Khan was intent on making his chance count though, and he added 67 with Shoaib Malik (23) until the latter was out to the last ball of the session - 122/5 at lunch.

    After lunch Khan reached his half-century from 92 balls and looked good for a century. He was missed, a very hard chance, by Gilchrist when 56 and began to increase the scoring tempo a bit. Eventually Warne had the last laugh, albeit due a dubious decision by Steve Bucknor. Younis Khan was given out caught close in by Langer for 81.

    Akmal got off his pair, but slapped Warne to Gillespie at midon for 1. At tea Pakistan was 200/7 and the end very near. Upon the resumption Razzaq (33) was caught and bowled softly by Lehmann and Akhtar (17) caught by Martyn off a top-edged hook. The last rights were read by Lehmann, and he found Sami (0)'s top edge whilst he attempted to cut.

    Australia won by an innings and 164 runs.
    Man of the Match: RT Ponting

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    Code:
                           Australia vs Pakistan 3rd Test
    
                                   Played at Sydney
    
    
                                 Pakistan 1st Innings
    
    Imran Farhat           ct MacGill           b McGrath              1   23  0 0
    Salman Butt            ct Gilchrist         b Gillespie            6   11  1 0
    Yasir Hameed                                b McGrath             25   39  3 0
    Yousuf Youhana         ct MacGill           b Gillespie           38  112  0 0
    Younis Khan                       lbw       b Gillespie           48   76  7 0
    Asim Kamal             ct Clarke            b Gillespie            4   22  0 0
    Shahid Afridi                     lbw       b Warne                0    7  0 0
    Kamran Akmal           ct Hayden            b Gillespie            0    1  0 0
    S. Akhtar              ct Ponting           b Gillespie            2    6  0 0
    Moh'mad Asif           ct Martyn            b Gillespie            0    4  0 0
    D. Kaneria                           not out                       2    6  0 0
    Extras          (byes 0   leg byes 11   no balls 5   wides 2)     18
    Total                       (10 Wkts  50.2 Overs)                144
    Fall of Wkts    8    14   55   134  136  140  140  140  141  144
    
    Gillespie               11.2   2   34   7    2  2
    McGrath                 11     3   23   2    3  0
    Watson                   6     0   20   0    0  0
    Warne                   14     6   20   1    0  0
    MacGill                  8     1   36   0    0  0
    
    
                                Australia 1st Innings
    
    J.L. Langer            ct Youhana           b Kaneria            104  229  9 0
    M.L. Hayden            ct Akmal             b Akhtar              17   21  1 0
    R.T. Ponting           ct Akmal             b Akhtar              45   94  5 0
    S.C.G. MacGill         ct Kamal             b Asif                16   15  2 0
    M.J. Clarke            ct Kaneria           b Afridi              19   36  1 0
    D.R. Martyn            ct Khan              b Afridi               0    2  0 0
    S.R. Watson                                 b Kaneria              2   34  0 0
    A.C. Gilchrist         ct Kaneria           b Asif                78   68 11 0
    S.K. Warne                           not out                      55   85  7 0
    J.N. Gillespie         ct Akmal             b Asif                 6   37  0 0
    G.D. McGrath                      lbw       b Asif                 5   13  1 0
    Extras           (byes 0   leg byes 6   no balls 5   wides 4)     15
    Total                       (10 Wkts  104.5 Overs)               362
    Fall of Wkts    35   112  149  189  189  206  227  315  350  362
    
    Akhtar                  20     1   97   2    3  1
    Asif                    18.5   1   99   4    2  1
    Kaneria                 32     6   56   2    0  0
    Afridi                  34     7  104   2    0  2
    
    
                                 Pakistan 2nd Innings
    
    Imran Farhat                                b Gillespie            7   20  0 0
    Salman Butt                                 b McGrath              0    6  0 0
    Yasir Hameed                      lbw       b Watson              24   53  3 0
    Yousuf Youhana                    lbw       b Watson              16   33  3 0
    Younis Khan            ct Ponting           b Watson               8   20  1 0
    Moh'mad Asif           ct Gillespie         b Warne                0    3  0 0
    Asim Kamal                           not out                      24   68  2 0
    Shahid Afridi          ct MacGill           b Watson               6   20  0 0
    Kamran Akmal           ct Hayden            b Watson               6   18  0 0
    S. Akhtar              ct Hayden            b Watson               0    3  0 0
    D. Kaneria             ct Gilchrist         b MacGill             13   20  0 0
    Extras           (byes 0   leg byes 8   no balls 6   wides 0)     14
    Total                       (10 Wkts  43.0 Overs)                118
    Fall of Wkts    2    10   50   57   58   67   88   94   94   118
    
    Gillespie                7     0   19   1    0  0
    McGrath                  8     2   24   1    0  0
    Watson                  12     3   29   6    6  0
    Warne                   13     3   28   1    0  0
    MacGill                  3     1   10   1    0  0
    
    
                      Australia won by an Innings and 100 runs.

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