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UPDATE 1-Cricket-Test Series Australia v New Zealand scoreboard

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Nov 13 (Infostrada Sports) - Scoreboard at tea on the first day in the second Test between Australia and New Zealand on Friday in Perth, Australia 
Australia 1st innings     
J. Burns                       b Henry                   40  
D. Warner                      not out                   129 
U. Khawaja                     not out                   69  
Extras                         (lb-1 nb-4)               5   
Total                          (for 1 wickets, 53 overs) 243 
Fall of wickets: 1-101 J. Burns
To bat: S. Smith, A. Voges, M. Marsh, P. Nevill, M. Johnson, M. Starc, J. Hazlewood, N. Lyon
Bowling                   
T. Southee                     12 - 1 - 52 - 0               
T. Boult                       11 - 0 - 50 - 0               
M. Henry                       10 - 0 - 51 - 1               
D. Bracewell                   10 - 0 - 35 - 0(nb-4)         
M. Craig                       9 - 0 - 51 - 0                
K. Williamson                  1 - 0 - 3 - 0                 
Referees                  
Referee: Nigel Llong                                         
Referee: Sundaram Ravi                                       
TV umpire: Richard Illingworth                               
Match referee: Roshan Mahanama

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Cricket-Burns falls but Australia 105-1 at lunch

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By David Gray
    PERTH, Nov 13 New Zealand finally separated
Australia's openers just before lunch but the hosts still
reached the break on a healthy 105 for one on a sweltering first
day of the second test on Friday.
    Sent in to bat after skipper Steve Smith won the toss, David
Warner and Joe Burns took on New Zealand's bowlers as they had
in the first test, where two opening partnerships in excess of
150 runs were the foundation stones of a 208-run victory.
    Lefthander Warner made his intent clear by hitting the first
two balls he faced for four to either side of the ground and he
had reached 60 from 68 balls at the break. 
    Burns had been just as aggressive as Warner, but played on
to a delivery from Matt Henry a few minutes before the break
with 101 runs on the board to be dismissed for 40, bringing
Usman Khawaja to the wicket.
    Khawaja will resume after lunch on two. 
    Warner and Burns were the second Australian opening
partnership to register century stands in their first three
matches together after Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer in 2001.
    New Zealand's day started well with paceman Tim Southee
passed fit to play despite the back injury that limited his
contribution at the Gabba but it rapidly went downhill after
skipper Brendon McCullum lost a toss he was desperate to win.
    Fielding a four-pronged pace attack after Henry replaced
injured all-rounder James Neesham, the Black Caps were unable to
muster any movement to threaten the Australian openers.
    Spearhead Trent Boult was particularly disappointing,
conceding the two boundaries to Warner in his first over and
hammered for 23 runs in his first three overs. 
    Two early chances failed to carry to the fielders and
Australia already had 61 runs when the first proper appeal
emerged from the ranks of the tourists.
    A more full-throated shout for lbw against Burns an over
later tempted McCullum into a review but the television pictures
showed Southee's delivery had caught an inside edge.
    The hosts were unchanged from the Gabba and could wrap up
the three-match series with a victory in Perth. The series
concludes with the inaugural day-night test match at the
Adelaide Oval.

 (Writing by Nick Mulvenney in Sydney, editing by Greg
Stutchbury)

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Cricket-Test Series Australia v New Zealand line-ups

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Nov 13 (Infostrada Sports) - Line-ups for the second Test between Australia and New Zealand on Friday in Perth, Australia 
Australia won toss and decided to bat 
Australia:   Joe Burns, David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith (capt), Adam Voges, Mitchell Marsh, Peter Nevill, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon 
New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Brendon McCullum (capt), BJ Watling, Doug Bracewell, Mark Craig, Matt Henry, Tim Southee, Trent Boult      
Referees:    Nigel Llong (Referee), Sundaram Ravi (Referee), Richard Illingworth (TV umpire), Roshan Mahanama (Match referee)


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