Latest Cricket News Updates https://cricwaves.appspot.com Latest news from cricwaves.appspot.com (c)cricwaves.appspot.com en-gb Thu 28 Oct 2021 Australia whitewash exposes chinks in Pakistan’s game https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/81HDbYYb3D_drh-sevawcirc/australia-whitewash-exposes-chinks-in-pakistans-game.html Pakistan had never beaten Australia in a Test since 1995, so a win was really out of the question as the visitors arrived Down Under Sydney Test: Interesting stats from play on Day 4 https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/hTk2ePQXTF_drh-sevawcirc/sydney-test-interesting-stats-from-play-on-day-4.html Australia continued their domination on Day four of the Sydney Test, which meant that despite weather interruptions, there are in with a good enough chance of clinching the series 3-0 Bizarre day at Sydney: Misbah’s fumble and Peter’s hit https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/AmGzyc1uUQ_drh-sevawcirc/bizarre-day-at-sydney-misbahs-fumble-and-peters-hit.html While Australia continued their domination on Day 2 of the Sydney Test, declaring their first innings on 538 for 8, after which Pakistan fought back hard to end with 126 for 2, the day’s play will be remembered more for two bizarre incidents that took place, one each from Pakistan and Australia’s side respectively Sydney Test: Interesting stats from play on Day 1 https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/TxDf4WP6fX_drh-sevawcirc/sydney-test-interesting-stats-from-play-on-day-1.html Australia continued their domination over Pakistan on the first day at Sydney as their batsmen punished the hapless bowling attack of the opposition to finish the day on an already imposing 365 for 3 Sydney Test preview: Can Pakistan avoid whitewash? https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/QYAbg9ro7A_drh-sevawcirc/sydney-test-preview-can-pakistan-avoid-whitewash.html The way Pakistan fought on the last day at Brisbane, giving Australia a big scare while chasing a score well in excess of 400, it seemed the contest was well and alive going into Melbourne.