Eng vs Aus 3rd T20 Live Score : Australia wins by 5 wickets and avoids a series whitewash

Australia wins by 5 wickets and avoids a series whitewash. With this they also reclaim their No.1 spot in ICC T20I rankings.

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Australia reclaim top position in ICC T20I rankings

Match Summary

Batting Summary

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Bowling Summary

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Australia wins by 5 wickets
Visitors back on top of the world T20 rankings

Marsh digs it out to mid-off, tip and run and the throw is wayward.

End of 19 overs
Scored tied

Sam Curran manages to save only one run for the final over. The hard work is done for Australia. AUS-145/5 after 19 overs

AUS need 9 runs from 12 balls

Sam Curran to bowl the penultimate over!

AUS need 15 runs for 18 balls

Marsh and Agar rotating well to push the Aussies close to the target. This is all that’s needed for the visitors to do.

AUS 20 runs from 24 balls

Mitchell Marsh takes off the pressure for Australia- he creams Wood’s delivery effortlessly through the leg side for six; then follows that up by crashing a cut shot for four and suddenly the match has tilted right back in Australia’s favour. AUS-126/5 after 16 overs

AUS need 34 more runs from 30 balls

Archer is back for his third over, but Agar handles him well, nudging the ball off his pads for two runs and then picking up a single in the same way. AUS-112/5 after 15 overs

Rashid claims his 3rd!

A third wicket with the last ball of Rashid’s spell as he finds a leading edge from Smith and dives to take the return catch. FOW-100/5


Will we see yet another comeback?

An important wicket for England- Aussie skipper Aaron Finch dismissed for 39. Finch fails to pick the turn from Rashid and the ball thuds into his stumps. FOW-87/4

Watch Maxwell’s dismissal here!

Maxwell fails with the bat again!

Maxwell hasn’t looked at his best in this series and he attempts to reverse sweep the googly, which sails up into the hands of Curran behind square. FOW-86/3

Stats Trivia

Australia lose their 2nd wicket!

Curran takes a wicket with his first ball as Stoinis gets right underneath it and heaves it into the hands of Banton at deep square leg. FOW-70/2

Bairstow drops Finch on 29

Rashid tempts Finch to hit against the spin, the ball flies into the air off a top edge – only for Bairstow to put it down.

50 up for Australia; End of Powerplay

Stoinis brings up the Australia 50 with a delicate cut shot off Wood that runs away for four There’s another boundary for him later in the over as Finch completes the powerplay with another four, stroked through the covers and helped on its way by a midfield. AUS-61/1 after 6 overs

Thunderous from Stoinis!

Stoinis finds ways to pick up boundaries, stepping onto the back foot and clubbing the ball through midwicket before picking up four more with a straight drive. AUS-48/1 after 5 overs

Wood gets the breakthrough!

Wade tries to pull Wood through midwicket and doesn’t quite get there, with the ball ballooning into the safe hands of Jordan. FOW-31/1


The fifth ball of Archer’s over is short and Finch tucks into it gratefully, hooking it high over long leg for a maximum. AUS-31/0 after 3 overs

Stats Trivia

Australia have won just one of their last 11 away white-ball fixtures against England, a sequence of results that includes eight ODIs and three T20Is.

Australia starts with a bang!

First Finch with a boundary and the Mathew Wade joins the party with a boundary and a sixer!! AUS-16/0 after 1 over

We are back with Australia’s run chase!

Here we go. Australia will want to get this right and that means going well early. Finch and Wade at the crease.

Here’s the England batting card after 20 overs

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An excellent 20th over from Sam Curran

A wicket and just 4 runs at the end of it to restrict ENG to 145/6 at the end of 20 overs.

ENG goes 6 down!

Smith catches on the boundary again – this time without the juggle – as Jordan cracks down the ground looking for a boundary. Safe hands at long-on from Smudger. FOW-141/6 after 19.1 overs

A cracker from Starc!

92mph/148kph yorker, slightly leg side and Jordan can only dig it out towards midwicket. Starc again hurtles after it in his follow-through to keep them to a single. ENG-141/5 after 19 overs


An exciting 18th over for England

Denly hits Richardson for three consecutive boundaries- he glides one slower ball down to third man and then slices another to the same destination. ENG-136/5 after 18 overs

Moeen Ali departs after 23

Smith, at deep midwicket, parrying the ball up while off balance and then catching as he steadies himself inside the boundary cushion as Ali had to walk off. FOW-119/5

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England enter three figures in glorious style as Moeen belts Zampa down the ground for a maximum. ENG-110/4 after 15 overs

Bairstow fails to build on his half-century

Agar runs towards midwicket to catch off his own bowling as Bairstow top-edges his slog into leg. Fifty and out for Bairstow. FOW-94/4

50 for Bairstow!

What a way to bring up his 50! The England international completes a 41-ball half-century by flogging Zampa straight and long.

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Sublime from Moeen Ali

Cute stuff from Moeen, sits back and uses the pace, sends it fine of third man


Josh Hazlewood, playing in his first T20I after 4 years is all bowled out for 1-23 from his four overs. ENG-83/3 after 12 overs

Zampa strikes again!

Malan out on the sweep and now Billings as well – the latter caught on the reverse at slip as Zampa gets some extra bounce. FOW-76/3 

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Bairstow hits the first six for England

Bairstow getting a strong connection as he lamps Agar over wide long-on and into the second row of seating at The Ageas Bowl. ENG-69/2 after 10 overs

Stats Trivia

Zampa introduced and he strikes; ENG goes 2 down

Malan falls to the sweep on this occasion but it was all down to the catch from Stoinis, who ran in quickly from deep midwicket to take a superb low catch after the batsman skied Zampa. FOW-53/2

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50 up for England

England pass 50 in this over as Bairstow cuts late through backward point, the ball was aerial for a while but safe in the end and four. ENG-53/1 after 8 overs


Bairstow takes on the attack with a couple of back to back boundaries off Hazlewood and push England’s run rate to 5.5 pro. ENG-33/1 after 6 overs

Close call!

Bairstow trying to nail every delivery but his timing has been way off. Australia are a little excited as his failed ramp flies through to Wade but cameras suggest the ball flicked the thigh pad. ENG-23/1 after 5 overs

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Malan starts off well

Malan (4*) has joined Bairstow (4*) in the middle, and he doesn’t take his due time at all! His third ball of the innings and he smacks Starc for a brilliant boundary to fine leg. That would restore much-needed confidence in England. ENG-13/1 after 3 overs.

Tom Banton dismissed cheaply for 2

Banton fails to make the most of his chance at the top of the order – slashing a length ball from Hazlewood behind. Here’s the run machine, Malan. FOW-4/1

Australia putting pressure right from the start!

Starc with two back to back LBW appeals against Tom Banton. Starc appeals for Banton lbw twice in the opening over but on both occasions the full, in-swinging, devilish deliveries look like they would have bypassed the opener’s leg stump. ENG-2/0 after 1 over

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Aaaand we are underway!

Tom Banton and Jonny Bairstow stride out to the middle.

England Playing XI

Eoin Morgan does miss out – Moeen Ali will captain England as they look for a series sweep.

Australia Playing XI

The tourists make three changes with Pat Cummins, David Warner and Alex Carey out and Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh and Matthew Wade in.

Playing XI: Aaron Finch (c), Matthew Wade (w), Marcus Stoinis, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

Toss results

Australia wins toss and elects to bowl first

England aiming conquer and maintain No.1 T20 spot

England have already wrapped up a series win over Australia and have already secured the No1. rankings on basis of current points. England will leapfrog their opponents maintain their spot at the top of the T20I rankings if they complete a 3-0 whitewash tonight.


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