India vs Australia 6th ODI at Nagpur:

George Bailey is the main batsman for Australia in this series © PTI

Oct 30, 2013

George Bailey and Shane Watson are going about a rebuilding task after Australia lost the openers in the sixth One-Day International (ODI) against India at Nagpur. Australia are 83 for two at the end of 20 overs .

Watson cut Ravindra Jadeja behind point and gets four. He then pushed one through the leg-side and pushed for two as Shami Ahmed was a bit late to approach the ball.

Then, Watson was deceived by Ravichandran Ashwin as he charged at the ball, but managed an inside-edge to the boundary through fine-leg.

Watson then tried to loft Jadeja out of the ground, but got a top-edge and was caught by Rohit Sharma. However, the umpires asked for a video referral and Jadeja had overstepped. It was declared a no-ball to add insult to injury. The free-hit was also caught by the fielder at long-on, but Watson would of-course live to see another day.

Amit Mishra was brought into the attack and got turn immediately. Bailey just poked at one that was leaving, but missed it as he was caught on the crease. Bailey then cut Ashwin through the off-side as there was no turn. Ashwin immeidately goes around the wicket.

Mishra then asks Watson a few questions until the batsman charges at him. Watson gets a leading edge and it flies through the covers for four. Mishra then bowls it flatter and it misses the off-stump by a whisker.

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