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Pakistan vs Australia: 3rd ODI cricket live scores, blog

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27th March, 2019
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First Innings: Pakistan

186 all out

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Pakistan

Match Complete

Australia

186 all out

Australia win by 80 runs

4/43 (9.4) *Zampa O: 44.4
3/23 (8.0) Cummins RR:3.62 Shah 10 (17)
lbw. Zampa44.4
10/186
Hasnain 0(1)
c. Carey b. Zampa44.3
9/186
Khan 5(8)
c. Behrendorff b. Zampa42.4
8/178
Shinwari 0(3)
st. Carey b. Zampa42.1
7/178
Wasim 43(53)
c. Cummins b. Behrendorff36.2
6/149
Akmal 36(46)
c. Handscomb b. Lyon25.3
5/96
Malik 31(50)
lbw. Maxwell20.4
4/75
ul-Haq 46(72)
c. Carey b. Cummins6.6
3/16
Rizwan 0(3)
c. Marsh b. Cummins6.3
2/16
Sohail 1(6)
c. Handscomb b. Cummins4.2
1/14
Khan 2(9)
First Innings: Australia6/266RR: 4.56O: 50.0

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First Innings: Australia 6/266 RR: 4.56 O: 50.0
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

U.T. Khawaja

b. Shinwari

0 6 0 0 0.00

A.J. Finch*

c. Sohail b. Shah

90 136 5 1 66.18

S.E. Marsh

c. Khan b. Khan

14 19 3 0 73.68

P.S.P. Handscomb

b. Sohail

47 43 6 0 109.30

M.P. Stoinis

b. Wasim

10 16 1 0 62.50

G.J. Maxwell

run out (Rizwan)

71 55 8 1 129.09

A.T. Carey+

not out

25 21 0 1 119.05

P.J. Cummins

not out

2 4 0 0 50.00

A. Zampa

         

N.M. Lyon

         

J.P. Behrendorff

         

Extras

(b 0, lb 5, w 2, nb 0)

7  
Total 266  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
U.K. Shinwari 9.0 2 37 1 4.11
M. Hasnain 5.0 0 50 0 10.00
J.M. Khan 9.0 0 58 1 6.44
Y. Shah 10.0 0 47 1 4.70
S.I. Wasim 10.0 0 34 1 3.40
H. Sohail 7.0 0 35 1 5.00
First Innings: Pakistan 186 all out RR: 3.62 O: 44.4
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

I. ul-Haq

lbw. Maxwell

46 72 2 2 63.89

S.M. Khan

c. Handscomb b. Cummins

2 9 0 0 22.22

H. Sohail

c. Marsh b. Cummins

1 6 0 0 16.67

M. Rizwan+

c. Carey b. Cummins

0 3 0 0 0.00

S. Malik*

c. Handscomb b. Lyon

31 50 1 0 62.00

U. Akmal

c. Cummins b. Behrendorff

36 46 3 0 78.26

S.I. Wasim

st. Carey b. Zampa

43 53 4 0 81.13

Y. Shah

not out

10 17 0 0 58.82

U.K. Shinwari

c. Behrendorff b. Zampa

0 3 0 0 0.00

J.M. Khan

c. Carey b. Zampa

5 8 0 0 62.50

M. Hasnain

lbw. Zampa

0 1 0 0 0.00

Extras

(b 0, lb 1, w 11, nb 0)

12  
Total 186  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
P.J. Cummins 8.0 1 23 3 2.88
J.P. Behrendorff 8.0 1 29 1 3.62
M.P. Stoinis 4.0 0 21 0 5.25
N.M. Lyon 10.0 0 48 1 4.80
G.J. Maxwell 5.0 0 21 1 4.20
A. Zampa 9.4 1 43 4 4.45

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Australia will be looking to secure a series win- and their sixth straight ODI victory- when they take on Pakistan in the 3rd ODI in Abu Dhabi. Join The Roar for live scores and our rolling blog from 10pm (AEDT).
After nearly eighteen months of horrific ODI results – hardly ideal heading into a World Cup year – it seems Australia have finally found a set-up that works in the nick of time.

Three wins to come from a 2-0 series deficit to topple India in India was a magnificent effort for a side that has hardly won a game in recent memory in the format, and their form in the UAE has been just as impressive, thrashing a lacklustre Pakistan in both matches.

Captain Aaron Finch has been the chief destroyer – a remarkable turnaround considering he was a walking wicket at times in the Indian series – blasting centuries in both games, including a superb unbeaten 153 in the second ODI in Sharjah. And for good measure, he bowled 10 tidy overs and took a wicket as well.

With David Warner and Steve Smith looking likely to return to the line-up for the World Cup after impressive IPL form, there are no safe spots in the Australian batting line-up, and the likes of Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb and even Usman Khawaja will know that, despite superb form of late, they may be only one or two bad performances away from putting their spots in the team in jeopardy.

The one bit of bad news from the UAE tour thus far has been the injury to frontline quick Jhye Richardson, the West Australian sent home after sustaining a nasty shoulder injury in Sharjah, and while the Aussies are well stocked in the pace bowling department, with Pat Cummins and Jason Behrendorff ready to slot straight back in, time will tell whether it impacts his chances of heading to England.
For Pakistan, the cause of their woes has been simple- they just haven’t taken wickets.

On slow, even tracks devoid of swing, the Aussie batsman have feasted, losing just four wickets in 97 overs in the series, and with the World Cup just weeks away now, it’s a bad time for the likes of Mohammad Amir and Yasir Shah to lose form.

Prediction
Given they have pummelled Pakistan twice so far this series, it’s almost impossible to tip against Australia making it three wins in a row here. Pakistan will be better – it’s hard to imagine them once again struggling so badly to take wickets – but an in-form Aussie team should prove too strong.

Australia by 6 wickets or 55 runs.

Can the Aussies continue their charge to the World Cup with a sixth straight ODI triumph? Or will Pakistan return to form and keep the series alive?

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Game information

Played At: Abu Dhabi
Start Time: 10.00pm (AEDT)
Betting: Pakistan $2.50, Australia $1.53
Last Played: 2nd ODI, March 24, Australia 2/285 (Finch 153*, Khawaja 88) def Pakistan 7/284 (Rizwan 115, Malik 60) by 8 wickets with 13 balls remaining.
Series: Australia leads 5-match series 2-0

Australia (likely): Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Nathan Lyon, Adam Zampa.
Pakistan (likely): Imam-ul-Haq, Shan Masood, Umar Akmal, Haris Sohail, Shoaib Malik (c), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Usman Shinwari, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Hasnain.

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