West Indies trail by 175 runs

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

West Indies are trailing Australia by 175 runs after losing four wickets for 84 in their second innings in the second test in Hobart.

West Indies trail by 175 runs

Hobart:

West Indies are trailing Australia by 175 runs after losing four wickets for 84 in their second innings in the second test in Hobart. Australia looking to post a huge total collapsed to 406 after a 231-runs opening stand from Matthew Hayden and Mike Hussey both scoring hundreds as well. The only silver lining for the visitors is Brian Lara, who is still at the crease and ended the third day on 18 not out after the Aussie pacers once again gave a torrid time to the Windies batsmen. Australia are leading the three-match test series 1-0 after their 379-run win in the first Test at the Gabba.



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