FACTBOX-Cricket-Australia captain Clarke's batting in 2012

Thu Nov 22, 2012 2:46pm IST

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Nov 22 (Reuters) - List of Australia captain Michael
Clarke's test innings in 2012 after he scored 224 (not out) in
the second test against South Africa at Adelaide Oval on
Thursday.

 1st innings   2nd innings   OPPOSITION       VENUE       
     329*         --          India           Sydney
      18          --          India           Perth
     210          37          India           Adelaide
      73           6          West Indies     Bridgetown
      45          15          West Indies     Port of Spain
      24          25          West Indies     Roseau
     259*         --          South Africa    Brisbane
     224*         --          South Africa    Adelaide
    - - 
    Total runs in 2012: 1265+
    Batting average for 2012: 140.56 
    - -  
    *Not out

 (Compiled by Nick Mulvenney, editing by Peter Rutherford)
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