A maiden century from George Bailey helped Australia recover from a shaky start to post a big total in the second one-day international against the West Indies at the WACA on Sunday.
West Indies' Kieron Pollard attempts a boundary catch off the bat by Australia's George Bailey during their ODI in Perth on February 3, 2013. A maiden century from Bailey helped Australia recover from a shaky start to post a big total in the second ODI against the West Indies on Sunday.
Brilliant catching by the West Indies had Australia in deep trouble at 98 for six, before Bailey steered a spirited fightback that saw the home team make 266 for seven from their 50 overs.
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