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Samuels leads West Indies fight in first Test

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Marlon Samuels hit an attractive half-century to lead the fight on the third day of the first day-night Test against here today.

Samuels was unbeaten on 50 while his partner Darren Bravo was batting on 30 as still trail Pakistan's first innings total of 579-3 declared by 441 runs with eight wickets intact.



The first target will be to avoid follow-on by reaching 380.

Samuels and Bravo have added 69 for the third wicket after -- resuming at 69-1 -- lost opener Kraig Brathwaite leg-before to leg-spinner Yasir Shah for 32 in the second over of the day.

Samuels hit two boundaries off his first two balls off Shah and then hit paceman for two more in a confident start against a pace-cum spin attack.

The stadium pitch has not taken much turn which could have exploited as Bravo and Samuels were steady in the two-hour session.

Samuels took a single off spinner Mohammad Nawaz to reach his 24th Test fifty, having so far hit eight boundaries.

Bravo was more cautious, having hit three boundaries and a six.

Shah has so far taken both the wickets for 42 in his 18 overs.

Pakistan's big total was built around opener Azhar Ali's unbeaten 302 which is the fourth triple century for his country.

The remaining two Tests will be played in Abu Dhabi (October 21-25) and Sharjah (October 30-November 3).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Samuels leads West Indies fight in first Test

Marlon Samuels hit an attractive half-century to lead the West Indies fight on the third day of the first day-night Test against Pakistan here today. Samuels was unbeaten on 50 while his partner Darren Bravo was batting on 30 as West Indies still trail Pakistan's first innings total of 579-3 declared by 441 runs with eight wickets intact. The West Indies first target will be to avoid follow-on by reaching 380. Samuels and Bravo have added 69 for the third wicket after West Indies -- resuming at 69-1 -- lost opener Kraig Brathwaite leg-before to leg-spinner Yasir Shah for 32 in the second over of the day. Samuels hit two boundaries off his first two balls off Shah and then hit paceman Sohail Khan for two more in a confident start against a pace-cum spin Pakistan attack. The Dubai stadium pitch has not taken much turn which Pakistan could have exploited as Bravo and Samuels were steady in the two-hour session. Samuels took a single off spinner Mohammad ... Marlon Samuels hit an attractive half-century to lead the fight on the third day of the first day-night Test against here today.

Samuels was unbeaten on 50 while his partner Darren Bravo was batting on 30 as still trail Pakistan's first innings total of 579-3 declared by 441 runs with eight wickets intact.

The first target will be to avoid follow-on by reaching 380.

Samuels and Bravo have added 69 for the third wicket after -- resuming at 69-1 -- lost opener Kraig Brathwaite leg-before to leg-spinner Yasir Shah for 32 in the second over of the day.

Samuels hit two boundaries off his first two balls off Shah and then hit paceman for two more in a confident start against a pace-cum spin attack.

The stadium pitch has not taken much turn which could have exploited as Bravo and Samuels were steady in the two-hour session.

Samuels took a single off spinner Mohammad Nawaz to reach his 24th Test fifty, having so far hit eight boundaries.

Bravo was more cautious, having hit three boundaries and a six.

Shah has so far taken both the wickets for 42 in his 18 overs.

Pakistan's big total was built around opener Azhar Ali's unbeaten 302 which is the fourth triple century for his country.

The remaining two Tests will be played in Abu Dhabi (October 21-25) and Sharjah (October 30-November 3).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Samuels leads West Indies fight in first Test

Marlon Samuels hit an attractive half-century to lead the fight on the third day of the first day-night Test against here today.

Samuels was unbeaten on 50 while his partner Darren Bravo was batting on 30 as still trail Pakistan's first innings total of 579-3 declared by 441 runs with eight wickets intact.

The first target will be to avoid follow-on by reaching 380.

Samuels and Bravo have added 69 for the third wicket after -- resuming at 69-1 -- lost opener Kraig Brathwaite leg-before to leg-spinner Yasir Shah for 32 in the second over of the day.

Samuels hit two boundaries off his first two balls off Shah and then hit paceman for two more in a confident start against a pace-cum spin attack.

The stadium pitch has not taken much turn which could have exploited as Bravo and Samuels were steady in the two-hour session.

Samuels took a single off spinner Mohammad Nawaz to reach his 24th Test fifty, having so far hit eight boundaries.

Bravo was more cautious, having hit three boundaries and a six.

Shah has so far taken both the wickets for 42 in his 18 overs.

Pakistan's big total was built around opener Azhar Ali's unbeaten 302 which is the fourth triple century for his country.

The remaining two Tests will be played in Abu Dhabi (October 21-25) and Sharjah (October 30-November 3).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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