Australia vs West Indies ICC Cricket World Cup 2007


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Australia vs West Indies : Super Eight

Super 8, Match 1, AUS vs WI: Australia beat West Indies by 103 runs

Australia Cricket team West Indies Cricket team Veteran fast bowler Glenn McGrath and leg-spinner Brad Hogg, who picked three wickets each, returned to haunt the West Indies, as Australia routed the hosts by 103 runs to emerge the first Super Eight team to taste victory in the World Cup at Antigua in a rain-extended tie.
Australia, who on Tuesday, had squeezed out 322 runs off the Windies bowling attack leaked only 219 when they came on to bowl the next day after rain had abandoned play yesterday afternoon. Matthew Haydens 158 had lit up the newly-built Sir Vivian Richards stadium after Australia had been asked to bat first. Reported Earlier: Rain has played spoilsport in the first super eight clash between the host West Indies and the world champions Australia. Match will now resume on the scheduled reserve day with West Indies needing to score 323 runs to win from 50 overs. Reported Earlier: World champions Australia rode on a rollicking hundred from their strongly-built opener Matthew Hayden to reach 322-6 in 50 overs in the first Super Eight fixture of the World Cup at the newly-built Sir Vivian Richards stadium at Antigua on Tuesday. Hayden was in magnificent touch today as he blazed his way through to 158 off 143 balls and single-handedly shaped Australias destiny in the contest after being asked to bat by Brian Lara. Australia team: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath
West Indies team: C H Gayle, S Chanderpaul, R R Sarwan, M N Samuels, B C Lara, D J Bravo, D Ramdin, D S Smith, J E Taylor, D B Powell, C D Collymore

Super 8, Match 1, AUS vs WI: Lara will be targeted by confident Australia

Australia Cricket team West Indies Cricket team Australia will see Brian Lara as the main hurdle in their race towards an unprecedented third successive World Cup title when they meet West Indies in the first of the second-stage matches on Tuesday.
Australia's progress to the Super Eights of the tournament has so far been serene with comfortable victories in all of their Group A games including an eventually emphatic 83-run thumping of top ranked South Africa on Saturday. Lara's West Indies have possibly not shown quite the ruthless form of Ricky Ponting's men but they too arrive here with a 3-0 perfect record from Group D, their opening-day victory helping to knock out Pakistan. Lara, a thorn in the side of most teams during his illustrious career which has brought him high-scoring records in both test and first class cricket, will be the man the Australians fear most. Australia team (from): R Ponting (Captain), A Gilchrist, N Bracken, M Clarke, B Haddin, M Hayden, B Hodge, B Hogg, M Hussey, M Johnson, S Clark, G McGrath, A Symonds, S Tait, S Watson.
West Indies team (from): B Lara (Captain), I Bradshaw, D Bravo, S Chanderpaul, C Collymore, C Gayle, K Pollard, D Powell, D Ramdin, M Samuels, R Sarwan, L Simmons, Devon Smith, Dwayne Smith, J Taylor.

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All World Cup Cricket matches in West Indies start at 09:30 local time (14:30GMT). The first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 will be played on March 13, 2007 at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, between the host West Indies and Pakistan.

Australia vs West Indies Scorecard

West Indies won the toss and decided to field
322 for 6 (50.0 overs)
219 all out (45.3 overs)

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist c D Ramdin b D B Powell
7
9 0 0
M L Hayden c M N Samuels b D J Bravo
158
143 14 4
R T Ponting run out
 
35
36 4 1
M J Clarke lbw b D J Bravo
41
47 4 0
A Symonds c D Ramdin b M N Samuels
13
18 1 0
M E K Hussey
 
b D B Powell
9
18 1 0
S R Watson not out
 
33
26 3 1
G B Hogg not out
 
5
6 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 8w 1b 9lb 21
 
Total
 
for 6 322 (50.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
D B Powell 10.0 2 53 2
J E Taylor 10.0 0 67 0
C D Collymore 10.0 0 56 0
C H Gayle 4.0 0 29 0
D J Bravo 7.0 0 49 2
M N Samuels 9.0 0 58 1
Fall of wicket
 
10 A C Gilchrist
76 R T Ponting
174 M J Clarke
208 A Symonds
234 M E K Hussey
297 M L Hayden

West Indies Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
C H Gayle c S R Watson b G D McGrath
2
23 0 0
S Chanderpaul lbw b S W Tait
5
12 0 0
R R Sarwan c R T Ponting b G B Hogg
29
58 1 0
M N Samuels c A Symonds b G D McGrath
4
8 1 0
B C Lara lbw b G B Hogg
77
83 8 1
D J Bravo c R T Ponting b G D McGrath
9
10 1 0
D Ramdin c A C Gilchrist b N W Bracken
52
43 6 0
D S Smith lbw b G B Hogg
9
7 0 1
J E Taylor lbw b A Symonds
10
18 1 0
D B Powell
 
b S W Tait
5
9 0 0
C D Collymore not out
 
1
2 0 0
Extras
 
15w 1b 16
 
Total
 
all out 219 (45.3 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
N W Bracken 9.0 1 25 1
S W Tait 7.3 0 43 2
G D McGrath 8.0 1 31 3
S R Watson 7.0 0 31 0
G B Hogg 10.0 0 56 3
A Symonds 4.0 0 32 1
Fall of wicket
 
11 S Chanderpaul
16 C H Gayle
20 M N Samuels
91 R R Sarwan
107 D J Bravo
156 B C Lara
172 D S Smith
199 J E Taylor
217 D Ramdin
219 D B Powell

Umpires: Aleem Dar, Asad Rauf
West Indies: C H Gayle, S Chanderpaul, R R Sarwan, M N Samuels, B C Lara, D J Bravo, D Ramdin, D S Smith, J E Taylor, D B Powell, C D Collymore
Australia: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.