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Cricket World Live 11th January 2021

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Ravindra Jadeja has been ruled out of Border-Gavaskar Test series

Ravindra Jadeja suffered a blow to his left thumb while batting on Day 3 of the third Border-Gavaskar Test that concluded on Monday. He later went for scans and the results have shown that he has dislocated his thumb.

The all-rounder will now consult a hand specialist in Sydney before he returns to India. He will then head to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru for further management of his injury.

Jadeja will not be available for the fourth and final Test against Australia to be held in Brisbane from January 15-19 at the Gabba.

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Knights and Titans share spoils after washout in Potchefstroom

Heavy overnight rain followed by more wet weather on Monday morning forced match three of the Momentum One-Day Cup between the VKB Knights and Momentum Multiply Titans to be abandoned without a ball being bowled in at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom.

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Curtis Campher reflects on UAE v Ireland 1st ODI

After his eye-catching international debut for Ireland against England in July 2020, Curtis Campher once more displayed his all-round skills during the first one-day international against UAE last Friday.

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Shane Getkate and Conor Olphert fly out to join squad in Abu Dhabi

Irish international Shane Getkate and North West Warriors Conor Olphert have flown out to join the Ireland Men’s squad ahead of the second ODI tomorrow.

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Moreeng Relishing the Prospect of Returning to International Cricket

Cricket South Africa’s Women national side have sat dormant for more than 10 months – but that’s going to change on Wednesday, 20 January, when they play against Pakistan Women in the first One Day International at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Cricket Ground.

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Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars, 36th Match, Big Bash League

STRIKERS WIN BY 5 WICKETS

Adelaide Strikers 150/5 (19)

Melbourne Stars 149/7 (20)


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7 KFC Big Bash League games relocated

Seven KFC Big Bash League games have been relocated from Sydney and Melbourne as a result of state border closures and related impacts.

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Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars, 36th Match, Big Bash League

Fall of wickets: 1-17 (Andre Fletcher - 3.1 ov), 2-52 (Nick Larkin - 8.5 ov), 3-52 (Glenn Maxwell - 8.6 ov)

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Melbourne Stars 67/3 (10)

Stars won the toss and elected to bat.

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Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars, 36th Match, Big Bash League

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Stars won the toss and elected to bat

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Cricket Australia is mourning the loss of Vale Colin McDonald

Cricket Australia is mourning the loss of Colin McDonald, Australia’s 191st men’s Test cricketer, who has passed away at the age of 92.

McDonald represented Australia in 47 Test matches across two decades and is regarded among the finest opening batsmen this country has produced.

McDonald made his Test debut alongside Richie Benaud and George Thoms against the West Indies at the Gabba in 1952, top-scoring in Australia’s first innings and scoring a half-century in the second.

He would go on to compile 3,107 Test runs at an average of 39.32, including five centuries.

McDonald was the seventh highest run-scorer among all international Test batsmen during the 1950s, and led all-comers in 1959 with 671 runs from eight Tests at an average of 61.

That year featured his highest Test total of 170, scored against England at the Adelaide Oval in a match Australia would go on to win by 10 wickets.

McDonald rated as career highlights his innings of 91 against the West Indies in front of more than 90,000 spectators at the MCG in 1961, as well as his innings of 32 and 89 at Old Trafford in 1956 in Jim Laker’s famous 19-wicket match.

McDonald was also a prolific run-scorer for his home state of Victoria, playing alongside his brother Ian who would later serve as Australia’s team doctor. In total, McDonald played 192 first class matches and scored 11,375 runs at 40.48.

After retiring from cricket, McDonald served as a teacher, ABC commentator and executive director of Tennis Australia, during which time the venue now known as Rod Laver Arena was constructed.

“Colin will forever be remembered as a legend of Victorian and Australian cricket,” said Earl Eddings, CA Chair. “He was fearless against the fast bowlers and skilful when playing the spinners both in Australia and across tours of England, the Caribbean, South Africa, India and Pakistan.

“Australian cricket is a better place for Colin’s many years of outstanding service at international and state level, as well as his club career with Melbourne University, Melbourne Cricket Club and Brighton.

“Our sincere condolences and best wishes go out to Colin’s family.”

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Australia v India, 3rd Test, India tour of Australia

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Match Drawn

Australia 338/10 (105.4) & 312/6d (87 ov)

India 244/10 (100.4) & 334/5 (131 ov)

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Australia vs India, 3rd Test, India tour of Australia

India need 92 runs to win

India 2nd inning - Fall of wickets: 1-71 (Shubman Gill - 22.1 ov), 2-92 (Rohit Sharma - 30.2 ov), 3-102 (Ajinkya Rahane - 35.4 ov), 4-250 (Rishabh Pant - 79.1 ov), 5-272 (Cheteshwar Pujara - 88.2 ov)

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Mitch Marsh speaks about playing for the Perth Scorchers and BBL

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Australia vs India, 3rd Test, India tour of Australia

Australia 1st Innings: 338

India 1st Innings: 244

Australia 2nd Innings: 312-6 declared (87)
Fall of wickets: 3-138 (Marnus Labuschagne, 46.1 ov), 4-148 (Matthew Wade, 48.6 ov), 5-208 (Steven Smith, 67.4 ov), 6-312 (Cameron Green, 86.6 ov)

India 2nd Innings: 98-2 (34)
Fall of wickets: 1-71 (Shubman Gill-22.1 ov), 2-92 (Rohit Sharma-30.2 ov)

Close of Play - Stumps - Day 4 - India need 309 more runs to win

Day 5 Starts at 10:00 AM local time 23:00 PM GMT

Play to begin 30 minutes earlier today, at 10:00am local time.

It  will start at 10:00am for each of the remaining days due to lost time 

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Aus v Ind 3rd Test Day 4: Test heads into Day 5; India needs 309 runs, Australia eight wickets

India have their backs to the wall as they head into the final day of the third Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

India finished fourth day at 98 for two needing a further 309 runs to possibly win and take a 2-1 lead in the four-match series. Australia had earlier declared their second innings at 312 for six leaving India with a mammoth task of chasing down 407 to win the third Test.

Australia resumed at 103 for two on Sunday, but were lucky to survive thanks to a number of dropped catches.

Australia had progressed well thanks to a 103-run stand between Marnus Labuschange (73: 118b, 9x4) and Steve Smith (81: 167b, 8x4, 1x6). Thereafter, Smith shared a 60 run fifth wicket stand with Cameron Green. Australia 

Close of Play - Stumps - Day 4 - India need 309 more runs to win

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R Ashwin addressed a virtual press conference after the fourth day’s play of the 3rd Border-Gavaskar Test against Australia in Sydney.

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