3rd Test: Australia v India, Perth, 13-15 January 2012

David Warner reminded everyone of how his power game converts to Test Cricket, with a 69-ball century in Perth..

The Third Test, in Perth, always shaped as a danger game for India. Simply, they had to win it, otherwise would face the momentum-driven prospect of a 4-0 series whitewash.

Enter David Warner…


Day 1: 13 January (Australia won toss and bowled) :: End Of Day: Australia – 149/0 in 23.0 overs (EJM Cowan 40*, DA Warner 104*) in reply to India 161 in 60.2 overs (V Kohli 44, BW Hilfenhaus 4/43, PM Siddle 3/42)

CA blog: http://www.cricket.com.au/blogs/brett-mckay/2012/1/14/cyclone-warner

Day 2: 14 January :: End Of Day: India – 88/4 in 32.0 overs (R Dravid 32*, V Kohli 21*) trail Australia 369 in 76.2 overs (DA Warner 180, EJM Cowan 74) by 120 runs

CA blog: http://www.cricket.com.au/blogs/brett-mckay/2012/1/14/underwhelming-india

Day 3: 15 January :: India 171 (V Kohli 44, BW Hilfenhaus 4/54, PM Siddle 3/43) and 161 lost to Australia 369 by an innings and 37 runs

CA blog: http://www.cricket.com.au/blogs/brett-mckay/2012/1/16/how-did-india-get-it-so-wrong

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