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    Australia vs South Africa Boxing Day Test 2022 LIVE cricket scores: Day One highlights, results, latest updates

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    Australia vs South Africa Boxing Day Test RECAP: Cameron Green takes 5-for as Aussies roll disappointing Proteas

    By Damien McCartney Matt Bungard Simon Brunsdon 6:00pm Dec 26, 2022

    South Africa tour of Australia, 2022/23

    2nd Test, Melbourne, December 25

    Australia 158/2 (42.3) RR (3.72) LIVE South Africa 189 (68.4) RR (2.75)

    Australia trail by 31 runs

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    Australia v South Africa: STUMPS

    By Simon Brunsdon26 Dec 2022 07:00

    Australia makes it to stumps at 1-45 and and trail by 144 after one day at the MCG.

    David Warner has looked solid at the crease, and Marnus Labuschagne will resume alongside him tomorrow.

    Warner is after a big score in his 100th Test match.

    The star of the day is young all-rounder Cameron Green, who took his first 5-for in Test cricket.

    Green cleaned up the tail after another disappointing South Africa innings.

    The Proteas were 1-52 and then lost three quick wickets before lunch, leaving the tourists scrambling.

    Hopefully this match lasts longer than two days.

    See you tomorrow!

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    Australia v South Africa LIVE scores | Last over

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    Last over of day one is bowled by Marco Jansen.

    David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne desperate to not get out.

    Australia v South Africa LIVE scores | Wicket!

    By Simon Brunsdon26 Dec 2022 06:35

    Usman Khawaja edges a Kagiso Rabada delivery and he departs for just 1 off 11 balls.

    There's 25 minutes left today and more wickets could yet fall.

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    Australia v South Africa LIVE scores | Warner looking solid

    By Simon Brunsdon26 Dec 2022 06:26

    David Warner is in desperate need of a score, and so far he looks good here.

    In his 100th Test match Warner, 36, is essentially batting to save his Test career.

    He smacks Kagiso Rabada for four in the fifth over.

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    Australia v South Africa LIVE scores | Aussies underway

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    David Warner and Usman Khawaja are out there and ready to go as Australia begins its first innings.

    Kagiso Rabada first up for the Proteas. Can Warner get some runs?

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    Cameron Green you superstar!

    The young all-rounder clean bowls Lungi Ngidi and he gets a Test five-for on Boxing Day.

    A special moment for the young man who only days ago said he hadn't been needed much this summer.

    "He's a talent, isn't he," Mark Waugh says.

    "This is what dreams are made of," Michael Hussey says.

    South Africa all out, Aussies to bat.

    Australia v South Africa LIVE scores | Wicket!

    By Simon Brunsdon26 Dec 2022 05:50

    Keshav Maharaj plays a nothing shot straight up in the air and is caught by Pat Cummins off the bowling of Nathan Lyon.

    Aside from one good partnership today, South Africa's batting has been fairly dismal again.

    "This is a terrible finish to the innings," Mark Waugh says.

    "They are just giving wickets away, South Africa. I'm not sure what he was trying to do with that shot."

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    Australia Vs South Africa Live Score (TEST) : Full Scorecard, Match Score and Cricket Updates

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    Australia v South Africa: second Test, day one – as it happened

    South Africa were bowled out for 189 afterbeing sent in to bat by Australia, who moved to 45-1 by stumps

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    Sun Dec 25 2022Second Test Match, Melbourne Cricket Ground

    Team name Score Australia

    154 - 2 (42.1 overs)

    South Africa

    189 all out (68.4 overs)

    Second Test Match, Melbourne Cricket Ground

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    Key events 19h ago Summary 20h ago

    Stumps on day 1: Australia 45-1 (South Africa 189)

    20h ago

    WICKET! Khawaja c Verreynne b Rabada 1 (Australia 21-1)

    21h ago

    South Africa 189 all out

    21h ago

    WICKET! Ngidi b Green 2 (South Africa 189)

    21h ago

    WICKET! Maharaj c Cummins b Lyon 2 (South Africa 186-9)

    21h ago

    WICKET! Rabada b Green 4 (South Africa 186-8)

    21h ago

    WICKET! Jansen c Carey b Green 59 (South Africa 182-7)

    21h ago

    WICKET! Verreynne c Smith b Green 52 (South Africa 179-6)

    21h ago 50 to Verreynne 22h ago

    50 to Jansen / 100 partnership

    22h ago

    Tea: South Africa 144-5

    1d ago

    WICKET! Zondo c Labuschagne b Starc 5, South Africa 67-5

    1d ago

    Lunch - South Africa 58 for 4

    1d ago

    WICKET! Bavuma c Carey b Starc 1, South Africa 58-4

    1d ago

    WICKET! Elgar run out Labuschagne 26, South Africa 58-3

    1d ago

    WICKET! de Bruyn c Carey b Green 12, South Africa 56-2

    1d ago

    WICKET! Erwee c Khawaja b Boland 18, South Africa 29-1

    1d ago Teams 1d ago

    Australia win the toss and bowl

    1d ago Preamble 19h ago 07.14 GMT

    Summary

    Jonathan Howcroft

    On a blameless surface under the blazing Melbourne sun South Africa once again contrived to be dismissed for under 200.

    After being invited to bat by Pat Cummins, in a decision that raised plenty of eyebrows, a succession of top-order batters found ways to throw their wicket away. But at 67-5 and staring at humiliation a partnership formed. Kyle Verreynne struck a classy 52, backed up by a nuggety 59 from Marco Jansen, and for a long spell in the afternoon it looked like an authentic Test match might break out amongst the crapshoot. But alas, after a stand worth 112, the final five wickets fell for ten runs in four overs.

    The central protagonist in that second collapse was allrounder Cameron Green (5/27). He earned his first Test five-for by putting the old ball in the right areas often enough for the Proteas to engineer their own downfalls. It was especially timely for Australia because not long beforehand Mitchell Starc badly injured the middle finger on his bowling hand spilling a diving catch, ruling him out of the attack for the remainder of the day and possibly for much longer.

    Australia’s response was always going to be about David Warner, the under-fire opener striding out in his landmark 100th Test. And he didn’t disappoint, playing with brio to remain unbeaten on 32, his side 45-1 at the close. The only wicket to fall was Usman Khawaja, who lazily edged Kagiso Rabada, one of a quartet of South African pacemen who underperformed badly with the new ball.

    They will know they have to up their game collectively tomorrow to avoid Australia running away with this Test. It’s going to be a scorcher in Melbourne, and Geoff and I will be right here to document all the sun-kissed action. Until then, goodnight.

    20h ago 07.02 GMT

    Stumps on day 1: Australia 45-1 (South Africa 189)

    Boxing Day. Australia’s day. Cameron Green’s day.

    20h ago 07.00 GMT

    12th over: Australia 45-1 (Warner 32, Labuschagne 5) Better from Jansen, shaping the ball back into the right-handed Labuschagne from over the wicket, but the run-machine uses the curve to work three through the on-side. Warner then enjoys a slice of luck, failing to leave securely and the ball deflecting off his raised blade – but away to safety. He shows all his experience thereafter, milking the clock with a mid-pitch chat, plenty of equipment fiddling, and then pulling away from the strike as Jansen was about to bowl. The outcome is stumps.

    20h ago 06.55 GMT

    11th over: Australia 42-1 (Warner 33, Labuschagne 2) Nortje replaces Rabada in the attack, and he’s the first South African pacer to hit his mark from the off. Bowling in the high 140s kph he hits a tidy length to Warner, making the batter play repeatedly. But this is old-school Warner, looking to seize every counter-punching opportunity, and he earns four with a thick-edge over gully for four, then picks up two more with a short-arm bunt through midwicket. This is the kind of forceful opening batting that has sustained Warner into his 100th Test.

    20h ago 06.51 GMT

    10th over: Australia 35-1 (Warner 27, Labuschagne 2) Labuschange gets off the mark with a couple during a second poor over in a row from Jansen. This has not lived up to expectation so far from South Africa with the ball.

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