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Opener David Warner reach an unbeaten 122 as Australia brought on a rain.

Opener David Warner reach an unbeaten 122 as Australia brought on a rain.

Opener David Warner reach an unbeaten 122 as Australia brought on a rain.
Opener David Warner reach an unbeaten 122 as Australia brought on a rain.

Third Test , Sydney

West Indies  330 all out: K Braithwaite 85, C Braithwaite 69, O’Keefe 3-63

Australia 176-2 dec: Warner 122*, Burns 26, Warrican 2-62

Match Drawn

Score board
A draw was unavoidable after just 86.2 overs were possible on the first four days after significant rain in Sydney.

The West Indies, who restarted on 248-7, were 330 all out before Warner reach on an 82-ball century, the fastest at Sydney, as Australia reached 176-2.

Australia were 2-0 up in the chain, but them stop from transferring top of the Test positions.

The opening two hours of the last day were also lost to rain but Denesh Ramdin managed to finish his second half century of the match before Steve Smith caught him off Steve O’Keefe.

Lyon as O’Keefe removed Jerome Taylor for 13 to conclude with a Test snaffled a grab at point best 3-63.

By then Warner had finished his 16th Test century but both sides elected to finish the match as a draw halfway during the last session.

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