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Friday, July 23, 2010

Day 4 of Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Test 2010: Live Score and Preview

Pakistan cricket team will come to bat on the fourth day of the second Test match at Headingley, Leeds, with the expect of putting Australian winning steak to an end as the South Asian team needs 40 runs more to win the match and level the two-match Test series. They have two more days and 7 wickets remaining at hand. Young studded Pakistan cricket team is eyeing for its historic first Test victory over Australia in 15 years.


The fourth day of the second Test match is scheduled to start at 09:30 GMT and 10:30 local time. Indian fans can watch this match live at 15:00.

Live Score:

To get live score of the match, visit the following link: http://www.cricinfo.com/pakvaus2010/engine/current/match/426395.html

Thanks to Remarkable performance from opener, Imran Farhat, and young seam bowler, Mohammad Aamer, Pakistan is very close from its first Test victory against Australia and it would end the straight Tests defeats recorded by the same opponent. This victory will not let Australia increase their winning streak over Pakistan to 14.

With the ball, Mohammad Aamer led his team from front and picked four wickets for 86. However, in the second innings, Australia could scored 349 runs and set Pakistan 180 runs need to win.

Imran Farhat made the work easier after scoring an important innings of 95-ball 67 and left Pakistan 140-3 at stumps on the third day.

It was Australian opening bowler, Doug Bollinger, who made put some pressure with the ball and picked two wickets in 7 balls. Another wicket was taken by Ben Hilfenhaus.

Azhar Ali, who is playing in his second Test match, scored not out at stumps and made a significant 110 runs partnership with Imran Farhat in the second wicket stand.

Steven Smith’s 100-ball 77 in the lower order position helped Australian cricket team increase their lead ahead of Pakistan. During his passionate innings, he hit nine boundaries and two sixes.

Before that, Captain, Ricky Ponting, scored 66 runs from playing 116 balls with seven boundaries. With this half century, he has reached the 12000-run land mark. Before the start of 2nd Test match he needed just 46 runs to make it 12000 Test runs. He is perhaps the second highest Test run scorer after Sachin Tendulkar.

Michael Clarke has great contribution behind Australia’s tricky target. He also scored 77 runs from 143 balls, including seven fours.

At the beginning of the third day, Australia was 136-2. They scored 213 runs in the third day. Out of it 100 runs come from last three wickets.

It is the time for Pakistani batsmen to make a happy moment for the home fans. Salman Butt is at the verge of making his successful captaincy debut with a test victory.

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