Australia vs West Indies 4th ODI Time Table 8 Feb 2013

Australia vs West Indies (Aus vs WI) 4th ODI Live Match Score Highlights on 8 Feb 2013 at Sydney Cricket Ground .Watch Aus vs WI 4th ODI match live cricket score online results highlights videos replay full coverage ball by ball live commentary scorecard and ESPN, PTV Sports, Sky Sports, Ten Sports, Star Sports broadcast channels list other latest news and team news toss updates also updated on this page so stay connected.Captain Darren Sammy has lamented the failure of the West Indies to exploit potential match-winning moments in their current Day International series against Australia.Sammy was reacting after Australia took a winning 3-0 lead in the five-match series Wednesday, following their 39-run win at Manuka Oval.Windies hopes of erasing the home side’s mammoth 329 were kept alive by a third wicket stand of 114 by the Bravo brothers, Darren and Dwayne until seamer James Faulkner turned the tables with a four-wicket haul.

Australia’s victory in Canberra on Wednesday has turned this fourth match in Sydney and the fifth game in Melbourne on Sunday in to dead rubbers. The best West Indies can hope for is a couple of consolation victories to transform the scoreline in to a more respectable looking 3-2. Australia need to keep up their momentum and complete a 5-0 clean-sweep, if that means runs and wickets for the squad members who are due to fly to India soon for a four-Test series. Both teams left Canberra with injury concerns, West Indies sweating on the fitness of Chris Gayle, who picked up a side injury while fielding in the third ODI, and Australia not sure about George Bailey, who hurt his hamstring in the work of Australia’s win. The fact that the series is decided means neither side is likely to be inclined to take a chance, which ought to mean at least alter for each team. of the lowest-profile members of Australia’s squad, McKay was nevertheless the center of attention for a short time on Monday night, when they was named Australia’s One-Day International Cricket player of the Year at the Allan Border Medal ceremony in Melbourne.

Australia vs West Indies 4th ODI Live Match Score Highlights 8 Feb 2013

Australia vs West Indies 4th ODI Live Match 2013
West Indies Tour to Australia 2013
Date: 8th February 2013 | 08-02-2013
Time: (14:20 local | 03:20 GMT | 08:20 PKT)
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground

West Indies in Australia ODI Series – 4th ODI

Australia v West Indies

Australia won by 5 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)

  • ODI no. 3333 | 2012/13 season
  • Played at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • 8 February 2013 – day/night (50-over match)
West Indies innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal KOA Powell c Maxwell b Johnson 9 33 29 0 0 31.03
View dismissal J Charles b Johnson 0 15 3 0 0 0.00
View dismissal DM Bravo c Finch b Johnson 4 18 16 1 0 25.00
View dismissal DJ Bravo lbw b Maxwell 3 16 8 0 0 37.50
KA Pollard not out 109 183 136 11 2 80.14
View dismissal N Deonarine c Finch b Cutting 10 27 16 1 0 62.50
View dismissal DC Thomas† c Finch b Cutting 7 8 6 1 0 116.66
View dismissal DJG Sammy* c Clarke b Cutting 25 46 42 3 0 59.52
View dismissal AD Russell c Maxwell b Faulkner 18 28 17 1 1 105.88
View dismissal SP Narine c †Wade b McKay 23 35 22 3 0 104.54
View dismissal TL Best run out (Finch/Faulkner) 1 15 3 0 0 33.33
Extras (b 1, lb 1, w 9) 11
Total (all out; 49.4 overs) 220 (4.42 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-5 (Charles, 3.5 ov), 2-17 (Powell, 7.3 ov), 3-17 (DM Bravo, 7.6 ov), 4-22 (DJ Bravo, 10.4 ov), 5-45 (Deonarine, 17.3 ov), 6-55 (Thomas, 19.2 ov), 7-98 (Sammy, 31.6 ov), 8-133 (Russell, 38.3 ov), 9-197 (Narine, 46.1 ov), 10-220 (Best, 49.4 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
View wicket CJ McKay 10 2 41 1 4.10
View wickets MG Johnson 10 1 36 3 3.60 (4w)
View wicket GJ Maxwell 10 0 34 1 3.40 (1w)
View wickets BCJ Cutting 10 1 45 3 4.50 (1w)
View wicket JP Faulkner 9.4 1 62 1 6.41 (3w)
Australia innings (target: 221 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal SR Watson c †Thomas b Best 76 129 84 9 0 90.47
View dismissal AJ Finch lbw b Narine 25 45 30 5 0 83.33
View dismissal PJ Hughes c DJ Bravo b Narine 23 57 44 2 0 52.27
View dismissal MJ Clarke* c †Thomas b Best 37 91 65 1 0 56.92
View dismissal AC Voges c Sammy b Russell 28 49 39 2 0 71.79
MS Wade† not out 13 20 7 1 1 185.71
GJ Maxwell not out 1 4 2 0 0 50.00
Extras (lb 8, w 8, nb 2) 18
Total (5 wickets; 44.5 overs) 221 (4.92 runs per over)
Did not bat JP Faulkner, MG Johnson, BCJ Cutting, CJ McKay
Fall of wickets 1-53 (Finch, 9.5 ov), 2-115 (Hughes, 23.2 ov), 3-145 (Watson, 28.4 ov), 4-198 (Voges, 41.3 ov), 5-220 (Clarke, 44.3 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
View wickets TL Best 9.5 0 38 2 3.86 (3w)
View wicket AD Russell 6 0 40 1 6.66 (2nb, 1w)
DJG Sammy 2 0 16 0 8.00 (1w)
View wickets SP Narine 10 1 34 2 3.40
DJ Bravo 4 0 25 0 6.25 (1w)
N Deonarine 8 0 38 0 4.75
KA Pollard 5 0 22 0 4.40 (2w)
Match details
Toss West Indies, who chose to bat
Series Australia led the 5-match series 4-0
Player of the match KA Pollard (West Indies)
Umpires SD Fry and NJ Llong (England)
TV umpire Asad Rauf (Pakistan)
Match referee RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire PR Reiffel
Match notes
  • West Indies innings
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 20 runs, 3 wickets)
  • Over 10.4: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire – SD Fry, Batsman – DJ Bravo (Upheld)
  • Drinks: West Indies – 42/4 in 15.0 overs (KA Pollard 11, N Deonarine 10)
  • West Indies: 50 runs in 18.6 overs (114 balls), Extras 5
  • Drinks: West Indies – 98/7 in 32.0 overs (KA Pollard 32)
  • West Indies: 100 runs in 33.3 overs (201 balls), Extras 8
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 35.1 – 40.0 (Batting side – 38 runs, 1 wicket)
  • KA Pollard: 50 off 95 balls (4 x 4)
  • West Indies: 150 runs in 40.5 overs (245 balls), Extras 9
  • 9th Wicket: 50 runs in 40 balls (KA Pollard 35, SP Narine 18, Ex 1)
  • West Indies: 200 runs in 46.5 overs (281 balls), Extras 11
  • KA Pollard: 100 off 132 balls (9 x 4, 2 x 6)
  • Innings Break: West Indies – 220/10 in 49.4 overs (KA Pollard 109)
  • Australia innings
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 53 runs, 1 wicket)
  • Australia: 50 runs in 8.6 overs (54 balls), Extras 10
  • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 54 balls (SR Watson 17, AJ Finch 25, Ex 10)
  • Over 9.5: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire – SD Fry, Batsman – AJ Finch (Struck down)
  • Drinks: Australia – 78/1 in 16.0 overs (SR Watson 32, PJ Hughes 10)
  • Australia: 100 runs in 20.1 overs (121 balls), Extras 12
  • SR Watson: 50 off 58 balls (6 x 4)
  • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 65 balls (SR Watson 33, PJ Hughes 18, Ex 2)
  • Over 27.6: Review by West Indies (Bowling), Umpire – SD Fry, Batsman – MJ Clarke (Struck down)
  • Australia: 150 runs in 30.3 overs (183 balls), Extras 13
  • Drinks: Australia – 150/3 in 31.0 overs (MJ Clarke 12, AC Voges 1)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 35.1 – 40.0 (Batting side – 28 runs, 0 wicket)
  • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 68 balls (MJ Clarke 21, AC Voges 28, Ex 1)
  • Australia: 200 runs in 41.5 overs (252 balls), Extras 16

It was a well-deserved honor for a man who  always does his job, taking wickets and keeping the opposition batsmen in check with consistent bowling and subtle changes of pace. Since the beginning of 2012, only Lasith Malinga has taken more ODI wickets than McKay’s 40 at an average of 23.00. No wonder they is the first picked member of Australia’s one-day assault.In Canberra, Kieron Pollard reminded everyone watching of what an thrilling player they can be when they took catches, including a couple of stunners, his leaping, one-handed take on the boundary that got rid of Glenn Maxwell. Regrettably for West Indies, they has not made the same kind of contributions with the batting in the work of this series, with scores of 0, one and 9. West Indies need more from lots of players at the moment, none more so than Pollard.

Australia and West Indies fourth one day match teams squads and players list details information here.

Australia Squad for 4th ODI against WI:

1 Shane Watson, 2 Aaron Finch, 3 Phillip Hughes, 4 Michael Clarke (capt), 5 Adam Voges, 6 Matthew Wade (wk), 7 Glenn Maxwell, 8 James Faulkner, 9 Mitchell Starc, 10 Clint McKay, 11 Xavier Doherty.

West Indies 4th ODI Squad against Aus:

1 Kieron Powell, 2 Chris Gayle / Johnson Charles, 3 Ramnaresh Sarwan / Narsingh Deonarine, 4 Darren Bravo, 5 Dwayne Bravo, 6 Kieron Pollard, 7 Andre Russell, 8 Devon Thomas (wk), 9 Darren Sammy 10 Sunil Narine, 11 Kemar Roach.

Pitch and conditions:

The SCG should bring spin into the equation, although it was mainly swing that caused Australia’s batsmen problems at the venue in their ODI against Sri Lanka last month. The forecast for Friday in Sydney is for a sunny day and a maximum temperature of 27C.

Stats and trivia:

It is 20 years since West Indies have beaten Australia in a one-day international at the SCG. Of all Australian batsmen who have opened in at least 10 ODIs, Shane Watson has the highest average: 46.56. Matthew Hayden sits in second place on 44.30.

Prediction:

Australia team in full form they won last three matches and series and they are more confident to win 4th one day match against West Indies team. WI team captain also looking for come back in game and he said we won if our players play with full confident, but look match results to check who will win the match Aus vs WI 2013?.

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