Another superb knock from David Warner included a brilliant switch-hit for four helped Australia to a big lead heading into day five of the first Test in Hobart.
With Australia chasing quick runs on day four, skipper Michael Clarke came in and belted 57 runs off just 47 ball before he was forced to retired hurt, while a fighting 50 from Ed Cowan helped take the Aussies lead to 393. Shane Watson took the early wicket of first innings hero Tillakaratne Dilshan and a Mitch Starc yorker had Dimuth Karunaratne bowled for 30, but it was Warner's inventive switch-hit that was our moment of the day. What was yours?
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First Posted 18 December, 2012 11:02AM AEST