Board President XI vs Australia: Practice Game, Day 2 - As it happened...

Board President XI vs Australia: Practice Game, Day 2 - As it happened...

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Board President XI vs Australia: Practice Game, Day 2 - As it happened...Zeenews Sports Bureau

RESULT: The game has ended in a draw.

AUSTRALIANS Overs: 4 II Score: 15/0 (Maxwell: 12*, Khawaja: 1*)

Glenn Maxwell and Usman Khawaja came in to open the second innings for Australia. They added 15 runs for the first wicket before the match ended in a draw.
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BPXI Overs: 68.3 II Score: 230/10

BPXI have been bundled out for 230 runs. Australia have gained a lead of 12 runs in the first innings. Shami Ahmed departed after scoring 14 (8b, 4X1, 6X1). He was caught by Bird off Nathan Lyon. Sarabjit Ladda was the last man to be dismissed after being bowled by Henriques. He scored 5 (11b, 4X1)
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BPXI Overs: 67 II Score: 217/8 (Ahmed: 2*, Lada: 4*)

Ambati Rayudu fell to Moises Henriques after being caught by Jackson Bird. He scored 87 (150b, 4X9, 6X3) before making his way out of the park.
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BPXI Overs: 65 II Score: 209/7 (Rayudu: 84*, Ahmed: 2*)

Parvez Rassol departed after playing a good hand scoring 36 (54b, 4X4, 6X1). He became Ashton Agar’s first victim after being caught by Maxwell. Shami Ahmed is the new batsman. BPXI still trail by 32 runs with just three wickets remaining.
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BPXI Overs: 58 II Score: 185/6 (Rayudu: 73*, Rassol: 25*)

Rasool Parvez has looked good so far collecting three boundaries in his score of 25. The hosts are just 56 runs away from the Australian total with four wickets remaining. Eight bowlers have been used by the Australian team today.
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BPXI Overs: 50 II Score: 169/6 (Rayudu: 69*, Rassol: 14*)

The current partnership is now worth 37 runs with Rayudu and Rassol batting in the middle. Ashton Agar has been introduced into the attack and his first over went for two runs. Board President's XI still trail Australian total by 72 runs with 4 wickets in hand. Meanwhile, Ed Cowan has blamed the truning track for the first innings collapse »
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BPXI Over: 44 II Score: 141/6 (Rayudu: 54*, Rassol: 1*)

James Pattinson took his first wicket of the match by cleaning up Stuart Binny. He scored 5 (22b, 4X1) before leaving for the pavilion. Parvez Rassol is the new batsman in the middle. Meanwhile, Ambati Rayudu has completed his half-century. BPXI trailing Australian total by 100 runs.
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BPXI Over: 36 II Score: 103/5 (Rayudu: 23*, Binny: 0*)

BPXI have lost half their side as Glenn Maxwell trapped Parthiv Patel in front to take his first wicket of the innings. Patel scored 23 (30b, 4X3). Stuart Binny is the new batsman in the middle.
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BPXI Over: 30 II Score: 83/4 (Rayudu: 18*, Patel: 13*)

Kedar Jadhav has been dismissed by Nathan Lyon after being caught by wicketkeeper Matthew Wade. He scored just 1 (6b). Parthiv Patel is the new batsman in the middle. Wade has used five blowers so far with two of them picking two wickets each. Off them Lyon has bowled the maximum 10 overs picking two wickets and giving away 45 runs.
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BPXI Over: 25 II Score: 61/3 (Rayudu: 10*, Jadhav: 1*)

BPXI have lost two quick wickets in Mandeep Singh and Abhinav Mukund. The first of them to depart was Mandeep who was looking to pull Moises Henriques but ended up being caught by wicketkeeper Matthew Wade. He scored 3 (21b). The next wicket also fell to Henriques as he was bowled after scoring 21 (81b, 4X2).
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BPXI Over: 18 II Score: 45/1 (Mukund: 16*, Singh: 3*)

BPXI have lost their first wicket in opener Robin Uthappa. Right-arm offie Nathan Lyon had Uthappa caught by Glenn Maxwell after the right-hander had scored 24 (33b, 4X3). Mandeep Singh is the new man in the middle.
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BPXI Over: 10 II Score: 28/0 (Mukund: 11*, Uthappa: 16*)

The opening pair of Mukund and Uthappa has safely negotiated the first 10 overs. Jackson Bird has bowled fiver overs – four of them maidens – giving just one run. James Pattinson with four overs has leaked 18 runs. Peter Siddle has bowled one and conceded nine runs.
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BPXI Over: 1 II Score: 5/0 (Mukund: 5*, Uthappa: 0*)

The proceedings of the Day 2 have begun with Abhinav Mukund and Robin Uthappa opening the innings for the Board President XI and James Pattinson and Jackson Bird sharing the new ball for Australia. Five runs came in the first over bowled by Pattinson.
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Brief Score, Day 1: Australia 241 all out (Matthew Wade 58, Steve Smith 41; Parvez Rassol 7/45, Sarbajit Ladda 2/90)

Board President XI’s spin allrounder Parvez Rassol took a stunning 7-wicket haul to wrap up the Australian innings for a below par 241 at stumps on the Day 1 of the warm-up match between the two teams on Tuesday.

Rasool wreaked havoc in his three spells as he helped his side bowl out the visitors for a modest total in 88.3 overs on the opening day at the Guru Nanak College ground.

The youngster did expose the now familiar weakness of the Australian batsmen against spin bowling and also presented Chief Selector Sandeep Patil and Co with an option beyond Ravichandran Ashwin and Harbhajan Singh in the off-spin department.

First Published: Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 09:29

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ramana - machilipatnam
Want to see rayudu in Indian cricket team
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WAJID SHAHID - JEDDAH
mr. patil is not doing fear job i his not chance for good palyer like jafar & more please do Justices to job ?
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Syed Mohiuddin Qadri - Hyderabad
WANT TO SEE PARVEZ RASOOL & SHAMI AHMED PLAYING IN INDIAN CRICKET TEAM
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Javaid - KaSHMIR
india ka parvez ko 3 test mai karna ho ga
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Pradeep ayyadevara - Khammam
C`mon Aussies
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Rituraj jangid - alwar
Australia ko dikha do ki cricket kaise khela hats h.
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Sunil SAini - Delhi
Anybody tell me when Ashwin last time getting spin....? Trough out him and bring new young telent....And why Jafar not in team..? the age factor is nothing only performance should be count not age...if you want to count age then Patil sir please choose someone who is 1 or 2 year old...please don`t fool to jafer or to us.....
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