Worryingly, Cameron Green also retired hurt later in the day after copping a nasty Anrich Nortje ball on the right index finger, splitting the knuckle open and making it swollen. Given Starc (finger) is already in doubt to bowl again in this match, it leaves the Aussies’ bowling options potentially ravaged. But you feel the Proteas will need more than an undermanned Australian bowling attack to get them out of trouble at the MCG. They have been woeful, claiming just two wickets today, with one of them a run out of Labuschagne (14).
He blasted his maiden Test century in his 13th appearance in the baggy green. It was a long road from being an AFL reject, which his wife explained. By Simon Brunsdon28 Dec 2022 06:19The umpires have called stumps on day three at the MCG. There was some light rain this morning which delayed play, and then more set in just after the tea break which ultimately ended things today. South Africa trails by 371 runs after copping some more pain from the Aussies today.
67 Extra 6 (b 0, w 0, nb 2, lb 4) Total 45/1 (12) Yet To Bat Steven Smith, TM Head, C Green, AT Carey, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, SM Boland, Nathan Lyon BOWLING O M W ECON Kagiso Rabada 24 4. 80 Lungi Ngidi 2 0. 33 Marco Jansen 8 2. 67 Anrich Nortje 7 7. 00 Dean Elgar (C) runout (Marnus Labuschagne) 26 68 38.
24 Sarel Erwee c Usman Khawaja b SM Boland 18 31 58. 06 Theunis de Bruyn c AT Carey b C Green 38. 71 Temba Bavuma c AT Carey b Mitchell Starc 12. 50 Khaya Zondo c Marnus Labuschagne b Mitchell Starc 19 26. 32 Kyle Verreynne (WK) c Steven Smith b C Green 52 99 52. 53 59 136 10 43. 38 Keshav Maharaj c Pat Cummins b Nathan Lyon 9 22. 22 b C Green 4 80. 00 100. 00 6 33. 33 7 (b 3, w 0, nb 1, lb 3) 189/10 (68.
With a key focus on the three-match Test series, Australia who are already doing well against the West Indies in the ongoing home Test series have a huge advantage hosting the Proteas and they would be looking forward to strengthening their World Test Championship final qualification hopes. Nonetheless, a series win here for the visitors could put teams like India and Sri Lanka in a spot of bother as the competition will then heat up in the points table. The Aussies are comfortably placed at the pole position in the points table with 96 points at PCT of 72.
com. au (@cricketcomau) December 26, 2022 The home team has played the same XI while South Africa made 1 change. Thenuis de Bruyn replaced Rassie van der Dussen at 3. Australia won the 1st test in two days itself at Perth and will look to wrap up a series victory here at MCG. Meanwhile, Proteas will be playing for a win to stay alive in race of World Test Championship Final: AUS SA Day 1 Highlights: Australia 45/1 Cameron Green fifer helps Aussies bundle South Africa out for 189: Watch 2nd Test, Day 1 Highlights Australia 1st innings Batsmen R B 4S 6S SR David Warner Not out 32 51 3 0 62. 67 Usman Khawaja c K Verreynne b Kagiso Rabada 1 11 9. 09 Marnus Labuschagne 5 12 41.
Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Take a look back at the highlights of the Rugby Championship clash between Australia and South Africa in Australia Take a look back at the highlights of the Rugby Championship clash between Australia and South Africa in Australia South Africa went into the contest off the back of a 25-17 defeat at the hands of the Wallabies last time out, but were unrelenting in their work from the first whistle. The world champions' trademark physicality and determination instantly kept Australia's attacking threats at bay and set their own tone moving forwards.
As it happened: Warner hits double ton then retires hurt, Green joins casualty ward, Proteas punishedSo after two days, Australia are in complete control of the Boxing Day Test at 3-386 with a lead of 197. Considering how brittle South Africa’s batting line-up is, that lead is probably already a match-winning one. And the second day was all about David Warner who emphatically broke his 35-month Test century drought by smashing an unbeaten 200, before he unfortunately had to retire hurt due to cramp and heat stress.
4) Mitchell Starc 13 39 3. 00 Pat Cummins 14 30 2. 14 Scott Boland 34 2. 43 Nathan Lyon 17 53 3. 12 Cameron Green 10. 4 27 2. 53 Australia vs South Africa Playing XI South Africa (Playing XI): Dean Elgar(c), Sarel Erwee, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Khaya Zondo, Kyle Verreynne(w), Marco Jansen, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi Australia (Playing XI): David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins(c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Scott Boland AUS SA Boxing Day TEST: All you want to know about Australia vs South Africa Boxing Day TEST, Changes in Playing XI, MCG Pitch Report & AUS vs SA LIVE StreamingAUS SA Day 1 Highlights: Australia 45/1 Cameron Green fifer helps Aussies bundle South Africa out for 189: Watch 2nd Test, Day 1 Highlights AUS vs SA 2nd Test: Match Details When will the Australia vs South Africa Test 2nd Test match start? Australia vs South Africa Test 2nd Test match will start on Monday, December 26.
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Damian de Allende opened the scoring for the world champions after nine minutes, before debutant winger Moodie introduced himself to Test rugby in stunning fashion just before half-time. Australia's only first-half points came from the boot of fly-half Noah Lolesio, and the hosts headed into the interval trailing 12-3.
Australia trail by 144 runs. Cameron Green was the pick of the Aussie bowlers who also picked up his maiden 5-fer. Follow AUS vs SA Live updates with InsideSport. IN Australian bowling was once again top class against South Africa in the 2nd Test in Melbourne. South Africa was bundled out for 189 in just 68. 4 overs on the opening day of the Melbourne Test. Apart from Marco Jansen and Kyle Verreynne century run stand on the first day of the Boxing Day Test, the hosts accounted for wickets at regular intervals. None of the South African top-order batsmen could withstand Australia’s pace attack. Starc took 2 wickets, while Scott Boland & Nathan Lyon picked one wicket apiece. A good day for Australia, bowling the visitors out on the opening day of the match #AUSvSA — cricket.
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Rugby Championship: Canan Moodie scores stunning solo try as South Africa beat AustraliaDamian de Allende, debutant winger Canan Moodie and Makazole Mapimpi all crossed for South Africa; Australia struggled by having a limited amount of possession and territory; in the earlier Rugby Championship match New Zealand beat Argentina 53-3 in Hamilton Last Updated: 03/09/22 1:44pm Canan Moodie had a Test debut to remember after he scored an outstanding solo try Canan Moodie scored a stunning solo try on his Test debut as South Africa beat the Wallabies 24-8 and secured their first win on Australian soil since 2013. The Springboks made eight changes going into the Test match with injuries hampering their squad, however, they controlled the contest from start to finish.
AUS v SA Live Score | AUS v SA 2022 News, Updates & ScoresSouth Africa will be visiting Australia for a bilateral series comprising three Tests from December 17 to January 08. This will indeed be a treat for the fans as both sides have a top-quality pace attack in their arsenal that would be hoping to make a strong statement on the bouncy wickets down under. As far as the Test series is concerned, the Australia vs South Africa Points Table in the World Test Championship is a competitive one as both teams occupy the top two positions and thus, without a doubt this will definitely be a fiercely contested red-ball series. The first Test will be played at the Gabba in Brisbane on December 17, the Boxing Day second Test match at the MCG on the 26th while the third and final game will be contested at the SCG on January 4, 2023.
De Allende's opening try came as a result of a beautiful pop pass from Eben Etzebeth and a quick tap penalty from scrum-half Jaden Hendrikse. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player De Allende rewarded his team's early work against the Wallabies De Allende rewarded his team's early work against the Wallabies In an attempt to keep South Africa at bay, Australia's discipline let them down. When lock Matt Philip strayed offside in the build-up to the De Allende try, he paid the price for his team's mounting number of infringements and went to the sin-bin. Australia weren't able to capitalise on their man advantage though and instead, started to suffer from injury issues. Hunter Paisami left the field for an HIA and did not return, Noah Lolesio would also leave the field during the match, while replacement forward Taniela Tupou injured himself warming up and was unable to perform.
Forward Franco Mostert surged over early in the second half for South Africa. The visitors continued to keep Australia at arm's length for the rest of the game, with Makazole Mapimpi putting the cherry on top nine minutes from time. The Wallabies' final response came far too late from Pete Samu. Rugby Championship live on Sky SportsAll Blacks bounce back to thrash ArgentinaThe bonus-point victory moves the Springboks into second place in the Rugby Championship table behind reigning champions New Zealand. The All Blacks ended an unprecedented run of three home defeats with a 53-3 thrashing of Argentina earlier in the day on Saturday.
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AUS vs SA Day 1 Highlights: Australia 45/1 Cameron Green fifer helps Aussies bundle South Africa out for 189: Watch 2nd Test, Day 1 HighlightsAUS vs SA Day 1 Highlights – Australia vs South Africa – SA 189, Australia 45/1: Day 1 of Melbourne Test belonged… By Updated: December 26, 2022 01:17:37 pm AUS vs SA Day 1 Highlights – Australia vs South Africa – SA 189, Australia 45/1: Day 1 of Melbourne Test belonged totally to Australia despite some late lower-order resistance from Marco Jansen and Kyle Verreynne. Australia elected to field first and their decision was spot on. At stumps, Australia lost opener Usman Khawaja early but David Warner is looking good in his 100th Test. He is unbeaten on 31 and giving him company is Marnus Labuschagne are at the crease.
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