Chris Rogers and Shane Watson steadied the Australian innings after the early dismissal of David Warner on the opening day of the third Test against India on Friday. Rogers, who scored 55 in both innings of the second Gabba Test, was heading towards a third straight half-century in the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. At lunch Australia were 92 for one after winning the toss with Rogers unbeaten on 46 with Watson on his highest score of the series, not out 41. The pair had put on an unbroken 92 runs for the second wicket after Warner was out in the second over of the innings.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals went back to work Thursday amid media reports that coach Bruce Arians has changed his mind and decided to start Ryan Lindley at quarterback Sunday in the regular-season finale at San Francisco.