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Pakistan vs Australia 3rd T20 Today Live Cricket Score, PAK v AUS, 8 Now 2019

Pakistan vs Australia 3rd T20 Today Live Cricket Score, PAK v AUS, 8 Now 2019



Pakistan v Australia 3rd T20 International match on November 08 at Perth Stadium, Perth; the game starts at 08:30 AM GMT. Pakistan cricket team have played 22 games against Australia in T20 international, here are the T20I stats between these two sides:

  • Total Matches Played – 22
  • Pakistan Won – 13
  • Australia Won – 8
  • No Result – 1

TV Guide: Sony Six and Sony Six HD to broadcast live coverage of Pakistan v Australia three-match T20 international (T20I) and two-match test series in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, and Bhutan) countries; all matches streamed live in the Indian subcontinent on SonyLiv digital platform (Website, App).

Cricket viewers in the United States can watch Australia v Pakistan on Willow TV and in the United Kingdom, TV coverage will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport. BT Sport has acquired a free-to-air rights package that includes daily highlights of international matches. BT Sport has bagged exclusive telecast rights for all Australian International matches played in Australia; they also acquired OTT (Audio, Video, and other media services via the internet) right.


Steven Smith and Australia’s dominance over Pakistan in the second T20I in Canberra can be capsulised by three shots from Smith’s willow. In the eighth over, he stayed slightly leg-side to ramp the towering giant Mohammad Irfan over the ‘keeper’s head for a boundary and then cut him for another four in the same over. With the home side closing in on an easy win, he then opened the bat face just enough to slice Mohammad Amir over point and it crashed into the boundary boards. A batsman at the peak of his prowess guiding the home side to a comfortable seven-wicket win, with Australia taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match rubber.

After the first match at the SCG was abandoned due to rain with Australia closing in on a crushing win, the home team put on another ruthless performance in Canberra. Barring Kane Richardson, rest of the bowlers were incisive before Smith provided the finishing touches. The hosts also would be pleased that Ben McDermott, the middle order batsman, got a hit in the middle. For most part of the Australian summer so far, the hosts have romped to crushing wins, with the middle order batsmen rarely getting a hit. The one batsman who got a good hit in the middle order – Glenn Maxwell – in the first T20I versus Sri Lanka – has taken an indefinite break due to mental health issues.

On the bowling front, Ashton Agar’s miserly spells have given a boost to the home team’s spin bowling stocks. Meanwhile, Pat Cummins will be rested for the final T20I in Perth, and that would open up a place for the tall Billy Stanlake to come into the side. Richardson going for plenty in the slog overs in Canberra would be a cause for concern for the hosts. The pacer mostly bowled in the slot with Iftikhar Ahmed taking advantage of it. However, Australia have most of the bases covered and would look to seal the series in Perth.

Meanwhile, barring Babar Azam and to an extent Iftikhar and Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s batsmen have struggled to counter the formidable Australian pace attack. Fakhar Zaman, the opener, hasn’t passed the 50-mark in T20Is since the Harare game versus Australia in July 2018. The likes of Asif Ali and Haris Sohail haven’t found their touch either. Barring the occasional good spell, Pakistan’s pace attack has also under performed. The visitors certainly need to lift their performance as they take on Australia on what could be a relatively quicker wicket in Perth.

When: November 8, 2019. 4.30 PM local

Where: Perth stadium, Perth

What to expect: Only two ODIs and one Test match have been played at the Perth Stadium so far. In the inaugural fixture at the stadium, between Australia and England, pacers extracted good pace and bounce. And when South Africa played the home team in the second ODI at the ground last year, there was also a tinge of grass with the ball darting around a bit. So, one can expect Brett Sipthorpe, the curator, to prepare a track that would offer some pace and bounce. It is set to be a sunny day with temperatures expected to soar over 30 degree celsius.

Team news:

Pakistan: For a crucial game, the tourists might resist the temptation of bringing in the uncapped left-handed batsman, Khushdil Shah. However, the visitors might ponder over giving the tearaway Muhammad Musa a chance. Musa, who plays for Islamabad United in the PSL, bowls with a good burst of pace.

Pakistan (Probable XI):Babar Azam (c), Fakhar Zaman, Haris Sohail, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Asif Ali, Imad Wasim, Wahab Riaz, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Irfan/Mohammad Musa

Australia: With Cummins being rested, Stanlake the tall paceman, is set to play the final T20I. The New South Wales pacer Sean Abbott could also get a look in.

Australia (probable XI): David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steven Smith, Ben McDermott, Ashton Turner, Alex Carey (wk), Ashton Agar, Sean Abbott/Billy Stanlake, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson


Australia Squad: David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Steven Smith, Ben McDermott, Ashton Turner, Alex Carey(w), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa, Glenn Maxwell, Sean Abbott, Billy Stanlake

Pakistan Squad: Babar Azam(c), Fakhar Zaman, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Rizwan(w), Asif Ali, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Wahab Riaz, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Irfan, Imam-ul-Haq, Usman Qadir, Muhammad Musa, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Hasnain






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