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#1 von chenwen121314 , 06.05.2018 09:01

Heres something that will scare the life out of the AFLs best ruckmen - Nic Naitanui has boosted his trademark big leap after losing 3kg during his injury lay-off. Jordan Richards Jersey .Naitanui has missed the past six games after undergoing surgery to relieve Achilles tendon pain, but the West Coast star will return in Sundays western derby against Fremantle at Domain Stadium.Eagles coach Adam Simpson says although Naitanuis leap is bigger than before, the team cant rely on him to be their saviour.West Coasts form has been patchy during Naitanuis absence, with last weeks upset loss to Collingwood putting a huge dent in their top-four hopes.Naitanui started the season in sizzling fashion.But his output started to wane as the pain from his Achilles tendon got worse.The 26-year-old was even reduced to using crutches after some games in a bid to ease the inflammation around the area.Naitanui eventually bit the bullet and had the plantaris tendon removed from each foot in a bid to avoid any future Achilles pain.And after losing weight and increasing the strength in his calves, Naitanui has surprised Eagles ruck coach Dean Cox with the size of his leap.I think it might have increased a little bit, Simpson said on Thursday.Losing a bit of weight and (being) pain-free, you can imagine what he can do.Its really exciting for him and the club.He almost put his foot through Coxys nose at training last week, so it probably told us hes ready to go.Naitanuis minutes will be limited against the Dockers as the Eagles ease him back to full match fitness.West Coasts midfield looked one-dimensional during Naitanuis absence.But Simpson knows the inclusion of Naitanui wont fix all of his sides woes.You want your good players playing, and hes a game-changer at his best, Simpson said.But to think hes going to be the saviour - I think its a stretch. If we have to rely on one player, that probably shows youve got a bit of work to do.West Coast sit one win adrift of fourth spot following last weeks shock loss to Collingwood.And with tough games against GWS (away), Hawthorn (home), and Adelaide (away) to come, the Eagles will need a major form reversal if they are to get themselves back into premiership contention.Fremantle also received a big boost on the selection front this week, with ruckman Aaron Sandilands and goal-sneak Hayden Ballantyne both set to return.Sandilands hasnt played since suffering a punctured lung and broken ribs during a marking collision with Naitanui in round three.Ballantyne has missed the past two games because of a fractured cheekbone.Sandilands has a history of performing strongly following long lay-offs.The 211cm ruckman tallied 18 disposals and 33 hit-outs in a win over Richmond in 2012 after missing the previous nine rounds through injury.He came in and dominated, so were hopeful of that, Dockers coach Ross Lyon said.And Hayden will be fresh, so thatll be interesting. 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Morne Morkel had swung one in to bowl Ajinkya Rahane, and swung one away to nick off Virat Kohli.At 116 for 5, in walked Wriddhiman Saha. He got off the mark on the fourth ball he faced, edging Morkel wide of gully. Then Kagiso Rabada, playing only his third Test match, replaced Morkel and showed his precocious gifts included an ability to manipulate the old-ball. He curled three balls away from Saha, all on a good length, and beat him three times in a row. Sahas bat was swishing at the ball, its angle far from perpendicular, and his front foot, skating rather than stepping forward, was catching up after the ball had passed.Saha would be beaten repeatedly by Rabada that afternoon, but at the end of it, aided partially by the fortune of missing rather than edging all those balls, he would become the only Indian batsman to play an innings lasting over 100 balls in the match. It wasnt news to anyone that Saha could fight for his runs. He had done it many times before, whether it was at the same ground on a Test debut made in strange circumstances five years previously, or in Adelaide, Sydney, Galle or Colombo. But there had always seemed something homespun, something not wholly secure about his technique.He seemed to have, all at once, a short front-foot stride, a tendency to try and compensate by reaching for the ball, a dominant bottom hand that caused his bat to trace unusual arcs while driving, and a tendency to play across his front pad. And here he was, playing another innings of grit and smarts making up for an iffy technique. He was playing for a team that was beginning to play five specialist bowlers at every opportunity, as the wicketkeeper-batsman bridging a short top-order and a long lower-order. His wicketkeeping was often a joy to watch, but was his batting good enough to hold down a long-term place in a side packed with bowlers?On Monday afternoon Saha walked in with India 126 for 5 and R Ashwin at the other end. At the start of the series, Ashwin had been promoted to No. 6, one place above Saha in the batting order. It was a statement of confidence in Ashwins batting, but it could also be read as a statement of mistrust in Sahas.None of that really mattered now. India were desperate for a partnership. Their scoring rate had dwindled considerably, but there was no quick-fix. Saha, at any rate, wasnt looking for one. He got off the mark on the fifth ball he faced, and waited until his 33rd ball to score his next runs. In that early phase of his innings, Jason Holder - against whom he scored no runs off 22 balls - did not bowl outside off stump as he has mostly done through this series but on and around it, his line a constant but his length never predictable, making Saha play as much as possible.There was one iffy leave that could have resulted in a wicket another day - the ball came in to hit his front pad, and ball-tracking suggested it may have hit off stump - but Saha was otherwise secure, the most impressive feature of his play the lateness - and closeness to his body - of his defensive play, particularly against the odd ball that jumped at him. James Develin Jersey. Early on the second day, Saha produced a superlative example of this against Shannon Gabriel. The ball reared uncomfortably at him, but he seemed to have a little extra moment to adjust, get on top of the bounce and drop his bottom hand upon impact. It rolled away harmlessly into the leg side.By now, he had gone past fifty, and was in tune with the pace - slower than day one - and bounce, still generous, of the pitch. By now, he was in the third distinct phase of his innings.The first two phases had come on the first afternoon, fetching him 12 runs in his first 71 balls and 34 off his next 51, a bulk of them against the second new ball. His last two scoring shots before stumps had been boundaries, a flick and a straight drive off successive Holder deliveries. Now, at the start of day two, Saha was retrenching; he scored only 10 runs off the first 42 balls of the day, and India only 21 in their first 13 overs. West Indies, as they had done ever since the second Test at Sabina Park, were bowling with control, with discipline.They had an ally in the slowest outfield in a series of slow outfields. Ashwin, who had scored 48.79% of his Test runs in boundaries before this match, had only hit four fours in 227 balls. He was batting on 83, and Saha on 56. At that point came the first drinks break of the day, and perhaps India decided then that Saha would shift gears.Off only the second ball he faced after drinks, Saha steered a wide, full ball from Alzarri Joseph, a ball he may have left alone before the break, to the point boundary. A couple of overs later, he slog-swept Roston Chase over midwicket. Chase had bowled - and been allowed to bowl, by Indias situation - with no one on the square boundary on the leg side for most of his 24 overs till that point. The partnership had taken India out of trouble and perhaps to parity, and this shot seemed to signal a shift in the balance of play.Saha has made a number of attacking hundreds in the Ranji Trophy, but he hadnt, before this, had any real opportunity to showcase his range of shots in Test cricket. Now he had his chance. He became willing to whip balls off the stumps and into the leg side, even if it meant meeting them with a closed bat-face. One such whip, off Miguel Cummins, went over the fielder at square leg and ran away for four. Then came a pull, and a couple of drives through the off side, one along the ground, squarer off Gabriel, and the other in the air, straighter off Kraigg Brathwaites offspin.As Ashwin inched towards his hundred at the other end, Saha threatened to overtake him. At lunch, they were batting on 99 and 93 respectively.Ashwin got to the mark first, doing so for the fourth time in his career. Then it was Sahas turn, and this was his first time. He drove Chase against the turn, ran two, and paused, kneeling by the pitch, to undo his helmet strap, before rising to take it all in. He was 31 years and 291 days old, playing the 14th Test match of a six-and-a-half-year career mostly spent as an understudy to a wicketkeeping great. He was here now, this was his moment. 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