David Warner © Getty Images
David Warner © Getty Images

Jan 18, 2015

Australia have lost the wicket of David Warner in the second One-Day International (ODI) against India in the tri-series encounter at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Australia are 51 for one in the 10th over and are chasing 268 to win this game. Warner had moved to a good start when he played one high in the air. He was caught by Suresh Raina at cover. Umesh Yadav got the wicket.

Warner was pulling all the short deliveries coming his way. He was dominant and helped Australia get off to a good start. At the other end, Aaron Finch is also in dominating form and that has ensured that Australia have had a very positive start to this run-chase. Shane Watson has walked in to bat.

Earlier, MS Dhoni had won the toss and elected to bat first. The only change in the Australian team was that Gurinder Sandhu has walked in place of Xavier Doherty. Sandhu is the first man of Indian origin to play for Australia. India did not field Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja. Akshar Patel is in there for Jadeja. Rohit Sharma scored 138 as India put up 267 for eight. Mitchell Starc was the pick of the bowlers with six for 43.

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