Kemar Roach reflects on Gabba bail drama in 2nd Test, believes game would have been different at 70 for 6

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>West Indies cut through Australia’s top order in quick time at Steve Smith, Cameron Green, Travis Head, and Marnus Labuschagne were all out early. Australia went to dinner on 24 for 4. Alex Carey nearly got out too, but his off bail refused to drop. The West Indies feel they were unlucky and wondered if things would have been different if the catch was taken. Carey went on to score a half-century. The West Indies made inroads into the Australian batting order, and Alex Carey was lucky not to get out. West Indies made a case to win the game. They are hoping that the openers could deliver a good start on the second day.

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