Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 4 Highlights

August 30th, 2009 Comments Off on Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 4 Highlights Posted in Match Highlights, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 2nd Test at Colombo, Day 4’s play – August 29, 2009.

Scoreline: SL 311/5 dec (2nd Inn) Sangakkara 109, Mahela Jayawardene 96
NZ (2nd Inn): 182/6 Daniel Flynn 50 | Rangana Herath 4 wickets

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England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Day 4 Highlights

August 25th, 2009 Comments Off on England vs Australia 5th Ashes Test Day 4 Highlights Posted in Ashes 2009, Australia, England, Match Highlights, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: England vs Australia 5th Test from the Ashes, Day 4’s play from The Oval played on August 22, 2009.

Scoreline: Australia in pursuit of 546 were 348 all out: Mike Hussey 121, Ricky Ponting 66, Haddin 34 | Swann 4, Harmison 3. England win back the Ashes

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st Test Day 4 Highlights

August 21st, 2009 Comments Off on Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st Test Day 4 Highlights Posted in Match Highlights, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st Test, Day 4 from Galle played on August 21, 2009.

Scoreline (by Tea – before Rain): New Zealand 299 all out – Vettori 42
Sri Lanka (2nd Inn) 259/4: Tilakaratne Dilshan 123 no, Sangakkara 46

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England vs Australia 3rd Edgbaston Test Day 4 Highlights

August 3rd, 2009 Comments Off on England vs Australia 3rd Edgbaston Test Day 4 Highlights Posted in Ashes 2009, Australia, England, Match Highlights, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: England vs Australia 3rd Test, Day 4 from Edgbaston played on August 2, 2009.

Scoreline: Eng 376 all out (1st Inn) Andrew Flintoff 74, Matt Prior 41, Stuart Broad 55
Australia (2nd Inn) 88/2

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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka – 3rd Test – Day 4 – Cricket Highlights

Sri Lanka 233 and 183 for 3 (Paranavitana 73, Sangakkara 50*) need a further 309 runs to beat Pakistan 299 and 425 for 9 dec (Malik 134, Akmal 74, Herath 5-157)

Australia vs England 2nd Test Day 4 Highlights

July 20th, 2009 Comments Off on Australia vs England 2nd Test Day 4 Highlights Posted in Ashes 2009, Australia, England, Match Highlights, One Day Match

Watch cricket highlights: Australia vs England 2nd Ashes Test, Day 4 from Lord’s played on July 19, 2009.

Scoreline: England declare due to a delayed start (Target 522).
Australia 313/5: Michael Clarke 125 no, Brad Haddin 80 no

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England vs Australia 1st Test Day 4 Highlights – Ashes 2009

July 11th, 2009 Comments Off on England vs Australia 1st Test Day 4 Highlights – Ashes 2009 Posted in Ashes 2009, Australia, England, Match Highlights, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: England vs Australia 1st Test, Day 4 from Cardiff – Ashes 2009.

Watch cricket highlights: England vs Australia – the 1st Ashes Test, Day 4 from Cardiff played on July 11, 2009.

Scoreline: Australia (1st Inn) 674/6 dec – Brad Haddin 121, Marcus North 125 no
England 20/2 (at Tea, Rain takes away final session)

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Watch England vs West Indies Day 4 Highlights 2nd Test

May 19th, 2009 Comments Off on Watch England vs West Indies Day 4 Highlights 2nd Test Posted in England, Match Highlights, Test Match, West Indies

Watch cricket highlights – England vs West Indies Day 4 from the 2nd Riverside Test played on May 17, 2009.

Scoreline: WI 1st innings 310 all out – Sarwan 100, Ramdin 55 – James Anderson 5 wickets. WI follow on. 2nd innings 115/3 – Chris Gayle 54

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India vs New Zealand, Day 4, Highlights, 3rd Test

April 6th, 2009 Comments Off on India vs New Zealand, Day 4, Highlights, 3rd Test Posted in India, Match Highlights, New Zealand, Test Match

Watch cricket highlights: India vs New Zealand 3rd Test Day 4 at Wellington

Scoreline: India 434/7 declared. Yuvraj Singh 40, MS Dhoni 56. NZ – Target 617 – currently 167/4 – Ross Taylor 69 no, Martin Guptill 49. Rahul Dravid now holds the world record for most number of catches in test cricket.

India batted for a while today and through Yuvraj (quick runs) and Dhoni (runs + grind-em-in-the-field) set up an impossible target of 617.

Martin Guptill faced some hostile stuff from Zaheer Khan but looked really good only to yet again disappoint after a good start. It came down to Ross Taylor yet again after Jesse Ryder fell and after a did-it-didn’t-it-carry moment was still batting on 69.

Rahul Dravid has been finding it tough to go past Mark Waugh’s record of 181 catches in the last year – it started around the India vs Aus series. In fact, at that time his personal run-scoring form was at its all-time low causing Mark Waugh to quip – hope he gets a couple of ducks, gets dropped and never gets a chance to break my record.

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India vs New Zealand, 3rd Test, Day 4, Live Cricket

April 6th, 2009 1 Comment   Posted in One Day Match

Well only one team can win but question is when will India declare. They should not do the same mistake as England did against West Indies by declaring late which allowed West Indies to defend four and half sessions to draw the match. I think declaring before lunch is good enough to set 600+ target and also give ample time for bowlers to pick 10 wickets.

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