June 7, 2008

West Indies Vs Australia 3rd Test: 1st Test WI Batting reviews

Australia tours of West Indies for three test matches, one Twenty20 International and a series of five ODI matches. Two tests matches already have finished and the result is Australia is leading the series by 0-1. After drawn of the 2nd matches the Caribbean’s are inspiring to lead the 3rd Test.

The first test between West Indies and Australia was come to ground on 22 May 2008 at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica. Australia, who chose to bat first and secured 431 runs. Running behind this score West Indies lost two early wickets and faced in serious problem. Depending on RS Morton and S Chanderpaul’s batting West Indies able to secure 312 runs. It was not a good score to lead the innings and Australia got leads of 119 runs. That was the scrawny to be defeat.

Although West Indies able to pack Australian 167 runs with their strong bowling but at the end of the day four West Indies lost again an early wicket. This was another minus point of the team. In the day five the pitch behaves bad to the batsmen and Australian bowlers did not make any mistake to take this opportunities. So, before drinks and in the end of the 37 over West Indies had to lose the valuable 6 wickets.

Australian bowlers’ aggressive bowling with the broken pitch able to destroy all the barriers to wins.