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India vs Australia 2008 3rd test Perth – streaming sites, highlights, Channels, live score & news

Update :
India wins 3rd test match at Perth – after a great resistance from Stuart Clark and Johnson.

Final wicket and celebrations video:

Sehwag takes Gilchrist and Lee … Australia down by seven wickets ..India half a mile distance to victory.

India has decent chances to win Perth test match after the end of day3.

348 runs is what Australia have to make in 2 days with eight wickets remaining.

The tour took a nasty turn with two – teams, boards, media finger pointing each other who was wrong in second test played at Sydney.
Bucknor is removed for next test match to be played at Perth.

This test match is gaining much hype to see what events will unfold when India clashes with Australia on Jan 16 at W.A.C.A stadium at Perth

Match Timings

From Jan 16 to 20 3rd Test match starts at 02:30 GMT Australia v India at Perth
US Viewers : 3rd Test Aus v Ind is on January 15, 2008 08:30 PM Central US Time.
UK : Wed Jan 16 Australia v India – Day One 2.30am

3rd Test: Ind v Aus at Perth starts in

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Streaming Sites

Paid Sites or Channels –

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Live Cricket TV Streaming & Telecasting

Watch International cricket ODI and Test Match action live on your computer. Streaming featuring India, Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and South Africa.

India in Australia – Tests
Buy All Matches: $49.00
3rd Test (5 Days) Australia v India $30.00

-> Direct TV is broadcasting Ind vs Aus test matches

-> Skysports is broadcasting this match in UK
Click me for SkySports TV live coverage schedule

Wed 16 Australia v India – Day One 2.30am 3rd Test
Thu 17 Australia v India – Day Two 2.30am 3rd Test
Fri 18 Australia v India – Day Three 2.30am 3rd Test
Sat 19 Australia v India – Day Four 2.30am 3rd Test
Sun 20 Australia v India – Day Five 2.30am 3rd Test

Free Sites – Once match starts these links will be updated

cricket live streaming link [You need Sopcast to view this streaming]

Indian team for Perth test

Sehwag IN Yuvraj OUT (Sehwag with his brilliant knock in tour match might have impressed selectors)

Probable 11 for India
Virender Sehwag, Wasim Jaffer, Rahul Dravid,Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly,VVS Laxman, Mahendra Singh Dhoni ,Irfan Pathan, Anil Kumble, RP Singh and Ishant Sharma.

Source : Cricinfo

Australian team for Perth test

Probable 11 for Australia
Chris Rogers, Phil Jaques, Ricky Ponting , Michael Clarke,Michael Hussey, Andrew Symonds, Adam Gilchrist ,Brett Lee,Stuart Clark, Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Tait.

Live Scores

Other live score options :
-> cricbuzz
-> cricketnext
-> Rediff Cricket
-> India Times Cricket
-> NDTV Cricket
-> Google Cricket Directories
-> Fundoo cricket sites
-> Excite Cricket Directories

Highlights of India Australia third test at Perth

Youtube highlight videos will be posted once match starts

Day3

-> Laxman and Australia thing continued , brilliant 79 from his bat at the very much needed time.

-> R.P Singh hits his first international six. He added valuable 30 runs to the board.

-> Dhana Dhan Dhoni took 40+ balls to make 5 runs. Rare sighting that you will witness but erased low scoring news later with brilliant sixers.

-> Kumble takes Symmonds wicket and Symmonds take Kumble’s.

Day2

-> Phil Jaques showed the REQUIRED cricketing spirit by gesturing that bat did not carry it on to his hands when Kumble edged it.

-> Kumble’s 600th test wicket victim is Andrew Symmonds

-> Clarke walks off from the pitch by himself — decency improved and demonstrated

-> Chris Rogers debuts for Australian team.

Day1

-> Jaffer falls again for a low score and It was the fifth time he had fallen to Lee in this series

-> Sehwag made runs in his fast pace style hitting three boundaries in Lee’s over.

-> The short man, Tendulkar shows us how to play a bouncer — a class from the master blaster.

-> Rahul Dravid’s journey to 93 includes one dropped catch by Michael Clarke

Perth test match news

-> India worst-behaved team: Australian media

‘The Sunday Telegraph’ painstakingly collected and collated official ICC data, which shows India having faced more sanctions than any other Test playing nation in the past 10 years.

The daily also took a jibe at former India captain Sourav Ganguly, dubbing him “the game’s undisputed problem child, being hauled over the coals by cricket’s governing body a record 12 times in his international career.”

“Overall, Indian players have been charged for 43 infringements since 1997, for offences including intimidating umpires, abusing rival players, ball tampering, time wasting and widespread dissent,” it said.

-> Indian board withdraws pull-out threat of Australia tour

The Indian cricket board has withdrawn the threat to pull out of the ongoing Australian tour if a ban on Harbhajan Singh was not overturned by the International Cricket Council.

“There is no question of the tour being called off,” board spokesman Rajiv Shukla quoted president Sharad Pawar as saying on Saturday.

“He (Pawar) said the two boards intend to maintain good relations as there is no problem with the two,” Shukla said.

-> BCCI got ICC on its knees: Lankan Newspaper

The BCCI has brought the ICC on its knees by getting controversial umpire Steve Bucknor removed from the remainder of the India-Australia Test series, a state run newspaper said here on Thursday.

An editorial in the government-run paper ‘Daily News’ said the incident could have “split the white and black cricket playing nations”.

-> We are not sorry about anything: Gilchrist

Adam Gilchrist: We obviously enjoyed the end result. It was a huge day for us to come away with a victory. It was a hard-fought Test match – both teams at some point in the game had an upper hand and then the other team fought back.


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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: January 14, 2008 | Categories: Cricket

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