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Jan 4, 2023
Updates on the three-Test finale at the SCG LIVE Updated First published on Tue 3 Jan 2023 17.45 EST Key events Anrich Nortje snared a quick Australian wicket in David Warner as South Africa play for pride in the Sydney Test at the SCG. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Anrich Nortje snared a quick Australian wicket in David Warner as South Africa play for pride in the Sydney Test at the SCG. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images First published on Tue 3 Jan 2023 17.45 EST Show key events only Live feed 13th over: Australia 30-1 (Khawaja 12, Labuschagne 6) Nortje is back quickly to replace Rabada, and finally Khawaja gets onto a pull shot. Rockets it to the boundary, just after flicking a brace. Nortje responds with a snorter to beat the outside edge, serious lift from a fuller length and perhaps some seam movement in. Khawaja had not a single clue about that ball. Survives it though, and doubled his score during that over. 12th over: Australia 24-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 6) Jansen still all over the place with his line. Coming around the wicket to the right-handed, but still way outside off stump, except a straight ball that Labuschagne flicks straight to square leg. 11th over: Australia 24-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 6) Rabada finishing his sixth over, coming around the wicket and angling in at the left-handed Khawaja, who again doesn’t score. That’s 36 balls for six runs for Khawaja. Biding his time. 10th over: Australia 24-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 6) Jansen on for Nortje after four overs, Dean Elgar following the formula. The tall left-armer doesn’t get it right, bowling way wide of off stump and eventually being cover-driven by Labuschagne for four. Here’s an update on Renshaw: he does have covid. He told the doctor he was feeling crook before play, but the teams were already locked in at the toss. Since then he’s had a positive rapid test. He’s still allowed to play, while keeping his distance from others, as long as he’s feeling up to it. If he’s not, he can be subbed out of the match. So Renshaw and Handscomb could both make comebacks here. They both got subbed in for the Joburg Test of 2018 too, straight after the sandpaper thing, which was probably the least fun Test ever to play in as an Australian. 9th over: Australia 20-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 2) Some moves being picked up by Peter Lalor – the Australians included Peter Handscomb as an emergency on the team sheet this morning. Matthew Renshaw has been sitting separately to the other players. So you would guess that Handscomb is a like-for-like replacement if they need to sub Renshaw out of the game? But then, if he had covid then why would he have been picked at the toss? My guess then is that he feels crook, has tested negative, but they’re guarding against the test changing later in the match. Rabada to Khawaja, who again can’t get anything going. Runs a leg bye in the end. Labuschagne glances one. 8th over: Australia 18-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 1) No run from the over from Nortje, Labuschagne leaving alone where he can and defending on the off stump. So they haven’t tried the short ball to Labuschagne, which is interesting in itself. 6th over: Australia 17-1 (Khawaja 6, Labuschagne 0) Nortje continuing his short bowling. Khawaja heaves a pull shot but drags it into the ground and straight to Zondo at square leg. Then gets a good length ball, plays with very soft hands, and edges it along the ground through the cordon for four. WICKET! Warner c Jansen b Nortje 10, Australia 12-1 The Nortje choice pays off. Pace, bounce. The weapons that he offers. Warner sees some width again, goes for the cut shot again, but the ball rushes through him. Takes the top edge and doesn’t have enough elevation to get over the massive Jansen at slip. Bright start from Warner but he falls the way he played. 3rd over: Australia 12-0 (Khawaja 1, Warner 10) Too short again from Rabada, this time on a straight line, and Warner can get up and under the pull shot to help it around the corner. Four more. Poor start from South Africa. Rabada finally gets the length fuller and provokes a couple of drives. 2nd over: Australia 7-0 (Khawaja 1, Warner 5) Odd from South Africa. Sure, Nortje has been their best bowler. But he’s also super fast and bashes the ball into the deck. On a humid morning with cloud coming over, I would have thought you would give the ball to Jansen first and see if it swings, rather than have Nortje bowl short at the hip. Leg bye, single, pull shot for none. This isn’t good use of a new ball. Murray Henman writes in. “I guess we can be glad that this pitch isn’t as green as the Gabba and hope we get to Day 3 for Pink Day. Hoping for a better contest, and thanks for the OBO.” You’re most welcome. 1st over: Australia 5-0 (Khawaja 1, Warner 4) So the Old Firm open up, Khawaja and Warner. The latter hasn’t been taking the first ball of the innings since that Rabada dismissal in Brisbane. And it is Kagiso Rabada with the new ball. Decent line to Khawaja for most of the over, then strays on the pads and gets nudged for one. So Warner does face a ball from him, just one… and cracks it for four. Square cut, bouncing to the rope, too wide. Updated at 18.34 EST Don’t forget that you can drop me a line today, as always on the OBO, just as Trevor Tutu has done from across the ocean. “I thought I would stay up and watch the first hour’s play, and see if my sacrifice would cause the Protea batsmen to ‘... stiffen the sinews and summon up the blood.’ But reality has crept in, and I can see that I am much better off going to the local witchdoctor and asking him to brew up some weird potion to fortify our batting line up. Nothing short of a miracle will help those fellows! I am going to follow the first over, and then it’s off to get Qonqotwane to make the Proteas invincible. Don’t say you weren’t warned.” At least, Trevor, you know you can’t have a batting collapse this morning? Because they’re bowling first. So what are the moves? Klaasen for de Bruyn, who has gone home, but South Africa still going for five bowlers despite their paper-thin batting. A different five bowlers though, with Ngidi’s pace out and Harmer’s spin in. So they’ve got double spin plus three quicks. Jansen batted well in Melbourne but he still doesn’t look like a natural number seven. More like a decent eight. Australia have Hazlewood back for Boland, and Agar taking up the spot vacated by Mitch Starc’s injury. Bear in mind that Agar has barely played first-class cricket in the last three years, and has played 17 times in the last six. And it’s not like he has ever set the world alight with his bowling in that format. It’s a huge risk to my mind. Renshaw bats at six, you can get overs from Labuschagne, Smith, or Head, but there’s a big chance for South Africa to prosper if they can get on top of Cummins and Hazlewood. If they’re good enough. I would have gone Carey six, Agar seven, Boland or Morris in the bottom four. But then maybe they figure they won’t need more than three and a half bowlers for South Africa. Australia win the toss and will bat No surprises there. If you’re not sure what a pitch will do, bat. And if you’ve picked two spinners (! ), try to bowl last. What else has been going on this week? The new CA broadcast deal worth $1.5billion AUD, which they’re talking up as a big increase even though it’s basically the same annual rate, it has just gone from six years to seven. It has also gone to Seven, the channel, with Foxtel, the pay-TV lot. Much better situation than England, with not too many games behind a paywall. But a weird decision for a range of other reasons. Here is a partial explanation from a few days ago – things played out almost exactly as we anticipated. How will the teams shape up? We won’t know until the toss, with both reserving their options given the pitch has been hard to read. Green grass on it a couple of days ago, but surfaces have been turning here this season. Here are some of the things to consider. More recent reports are suggesting that Renshaw and Agar could both play, with Agar one of four bowlers. That would be quite the gamble. Geoff Lemon Well, hello. It’s a new year and all. First over-by-over of 2023. What a time. Were your celebrations festive? Did you go to glorious parties for two days until you made yourself sick but it was totally worth it? Did you ignore the whole lot and stay quietly at home insisting that it was like any other night? As a friend of the show said, “2023 will still be there in the morning.” Whichever direction you took, I hope that it pleased you. And we have one more Test match in the Australian season that may please you too. South Africa may have already lost the series with the first two Tests, but they’re still some chance to make the World Test Championship final based on their results over the last two years if they don’t get smashed in this match as well. The likelihood of that, given what we’ve seen from their batting on this tour, is slim. But the main reason we like sport is the unlikely bits. Just floating it out there. Australia, meanwhile, could guarantee their own WTC spot with a win here, meaning they could go to India and get whomped 4-0 and it wouldn’t affect the standings. So, a few things to play for in the New Year fixture, which will also feature McGrath Foundation Pink Day on day three. Sydney weather check: the air is moderate in temperature but sticky with humidity. It rained last night, some sun this morning, rain forecast later in the day, but we never really know what’s next around these parts. We’ve had some fast matches this series, so a few delays shouldn’t affect the result. Topics
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