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    Default Elbow injury rules Clark out of Perth Test


    Elbow injury rules Clark out of Perth Test

    MELBOURNE: Aussie fast bowler Stuart Clark has been ruled out of Wednesday''s first Test against South Africa in Perth due to the recurrence of an injury to his right elbow.

    "I don''t think it''s a secret that I''ve had a bad elbow for a while. It''s flared up. It''s not acceptable to play. I had bowl on Friday and it was pretty sore but I had to come here and try it," Clark has been quoted as saying in the Australian after his pull out.

    Clark will fly home to Sydney and have the problem assessed by an orthopaedic surgeon and if an operation is required his season might be finished.

    Peter Siddle of Victoria, who toured India during their 0-2 defeat, was recalled to the 12-man squad to replace Clark and he is likely to fight it out with all-rounder Shane Watson for a spot in the starting line-up with off-spinner Jason Krejza almost certain to play.

    Siddle''s Test debut came at Mohali in October when the same elbow problem kept Clark out of the team.

    Clark''s loss could turn out to be a huge gain for Siddle, if he gets to play, as the fast and bouncy WACA pitch is expected to help his kind of bowling. Earlier, Clark had returned to form with a six-wicket haul against the Kiwis after struggling on Indian wickets.


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    Default Re: South Africa Tour of Australia

    australia jeet jayega

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    Default Perth Test: Australia 341-9 on 1st day


    Perth Test: Australia 341-9 on 1st day

    PERTH: The century partnership between Simon Katich and Michael Clarke saved Australia from collapsing against South Africa as their team succeeded to score 341 runs for the loss of nine wickets when the first day’s play ended here at WACA on Wednesday.

    After winning the toss, Australia decided to bat first but they started disastrously as they lost three quick wickets for only 15 runs.

    However, Katich and Clarke in this difficult situation faced the rival bowlers with great responsibility and added 149 runs for the fourth wicket. Katich and Clarke scored 83 and 64, respectively.

    Later, Andrew Simonds (57) and Brad Haddin (46) further strengthened the position of their team.

    For South Africa, Makhaya Nitni calimed three while Morne Morkel, Paul Harris and Dale Steyn got two wickets each.


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    Australia 375
    South Africa 27/1 (15.0 ov)
    South Africa trail by 348 runs with 9 wickets remaining in the 1st innings

    Lunch - Day 2 South Africa RR 1.80
    Last 10 ovs 19/1 RR 1.90

    Min overs remaining 63.0 Full scorecard spacer - South Africa Tour of Australia

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Loving Irfan~ View Post
    australia jeet jayega
    i thnk so.........but s.africans will give them tuff time ........

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    Australia 375
    South Africa 136/3 (41.3 ov)
    South Africa trail by 239 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings

    Day 2 - Session 2 South Africa RR 3.27
    Last 10 ovs 28/1 RR 2.80

    Min overs remaining 36.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Shah View Post
    i thnk so.........but s.africans will give them tuff time ........
    tough time shayad den lakin jeetna australians ne hi hai

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    Default Re: Perth Test: Australia 341-9 on 1st day

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    Default Seven-wicket Johnson demolishes Proteas


    Seven-wicket Johnson demolishes Proteas

    PERTH: Left-arm paceman Mitchell Johnson single-handedly thrust Australia back into control of a gripping first Test match against South Africa, taking an incredible 5 for 2 in a devastating spell of bowling late on day two in Perth.

    The Proteas were cruising towards stumps under the guardianship of AB de Villiers and Jacques Kallis, before Johnson cut a swathe through the middle order late in the final session to reduce the visitors to 8 for 243 at the close of play.

    Johnson''s phenomenal bowling performance netted the wickets of de Villiers, Kallis, JP Duminy, Morne Morkel and Paul Harris in the space of 20 deliveries to finish the day with 7 for 42.

    Mark Boucher (2 not out) and Dale Steyn (1 not out) will be charged with attempting to salvage something from the first innings when play resumes on day three, with South Africa still 132 runs in arrears of Australia''s first dig of 375.

    For a statistical wrap of the second day''s play, visit our scorecard.

    Australia''s newfound ascendancy was soured by a wrist injury to vice-captain Michael Clarke, who returned to the field late in the day after having x-rays taken at hospital.

    Johnson''s major breakthrough came with the wicket of de Villiers for 63, snapping a dangerous 124-partnership with Kallis (63) that began during the middle session with South Africa under pressure at 3 for 110.

    Kallis became Johnson''s next victim in the following over, the veteran all-rounder departing in similar fashion as he collected a thick edge through to wicketkeeper Brad Haddin when attempting to drive the ball across the line.

    Haddin and Johnson combined for a third time to end Duminy''s debut innings for a disappointing 1 when he edged the ball skywards wile trying to avoid a bouncer.

    The left-armer''s searing pace and supreme confidence also got the better of Morkel and Harris, who were both out caught by spinner Jason Krejza.

    Krejza (1 for 102) earlier celebrated his first Test wicket on Australian soil as he cleaned up Hashim Amla with a vicious off-break to end a 90-run partnership with Proteas skipper Graeme Smith.

    An over later, Johnson claimed his second victim of the day when Smith played on from a well-pitched delivery wide of the off stump.

    Smith and Amla came together after Johnson claimed his first victim when he removed Neil McKenzie for 2 to put South Africa on the back foot at 1 for 16 in the morning session.

    South Africa then regained control as Smith and Amla marched towards their half-centuries and guided the visitors past the 100-mark.

    The pair''s measured stand, which rapidly gained pace after a conservative start, steadied the South Africans back on course after a shaky start.

    Frustrated pacemen Brett Lee (0 for 41) and Peter Siddle (0 for 43) both toiled without reward while Johnson took centre stage with his seven-wicket haul.


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