Draw likely for Australia, West Indies

Ricky Ponting
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The second Test between the West Indies and Australia heads for a draw following rain on day four at Port-of-Spain.

The second Test between the West Indies and Australia looks likely to be heading for a draw following rain on day four at Port-of-Spain.

The hosts, who ended day three on 252 for nine, were bowled out quickly at the start of play with 257 on the board.

Kemar Roach then got stuck in to the Australian batsmen as they looked to build on their lead of 54.

The paceman dispatched of Ed Cowan (20) and David Warner (17) before bowling Shane Watson lbw for a duck.

The experienced head of Ricky Ponting (32 not out) guided the tourists through with Michael Clarke (three not out) before a heavy downpour of rain forced play to be ended for the day with just 30 overs bowled.

Michael Clarke
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