Australia has started its home summer in a dominant way, but after being rejected by the rain in Sydney, can they return to their victories on Tuesday, November 5, in the second T20I?
Australia has done more right than wrong most of this year. They started with a home game against India in an ODI series, which they broadcast to the United Arab Emirates. There they celebrated 5-0 against Pakistan and reached the semifinals of the 2019 Men’s ICC Cricket World Cup, and then came home unbeaten from an Ashes series in England for the first time in 18 years.
Next stop is #Canberra for our Aussie Men's Team, who take on Pakistan tomorrow night in the Gillette T20 INTL at Manuka Oval. Will we be able to beat the World No.1 T20 team on home soil? #AUSvPAK 👍— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) November 4, 2019
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On the back of this form, they went into their home summer and started defeating Sri Lanka 3-0 in a T20I series. They were among the triumphs that had achieved their biggest victory ever in the shortest format and were well on the way to winning the series debut against Pakistan, but for the rains in Sydney.
Over the last few months, they’ve put together all the signs of a world-class outfit: They’ve teamed up with a stream of young T20 specialists, identified clearly defined roles for their squad, and reached a climax in the shortest format of a world championship contest in their terms become.
Opposite them is Pakistan, which is ranked No. 1 in the MRF Tires ICC T20I team ranking, but also the team that lost their last three games in format and might have taken another game on record, if not for the weather Help. Pakistan begins a new era under Babar Azam, the internationally leading batsman in this format
It was an up and down year for Pakistan. The campaign for the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup was mixed at best. There followed a brief return of international cricket to the country when Sri Lanka visited them for a full-fledged limited-excursion tour but was swept 3-0 in the T20Is by a second-team crew.
Babar is a young captain who takes command at a critical time. There are less than 12 months left to prepare for a World Cup. He has already made a good start with the bat in his captain’s debut, but can he also positively influence the direction of his team?
What is the result of the last T20I match? Australia vs Pakistan
On a rainy Sunday in Sydney, the two teams did not meet. After Australia’s New Ball bowlers had unsettled Pakistan early on, Babar rallied to bring forth a fighting half-century that increased his team to 107/5 in an innings that had to be culled to 15 overs. Aaron Finch set a revised goal of 119 and set himself with a shot at the limits as Australia advanced to 41/0 in 3.1 Overs before the rain returned and sent the players back forever.
What Captains Said?
Aaron Finch, Said:
It was a great effort to limit her to 107 out of 15 overs, and then being on the right track to get them was nice. When you are old and fat, you sometimes get a little luck. It was nice to get some out of the middle.
Babar Azam, Said:
No Doubt Australia played well and we lost some quick wickets but I hope our team will adjust in these conditions quick and today’s match will be interesting for cricket lovers and home crowed.
Weather Conditions | Pakistan vs Australia | 2nd T20I Match Live
The weather in Canberra should be mostly clear. This is the T20I debut of Manuka Oval. In the recent internationals in this stadium Australia prevailed with 378: 5 against the trans-Tasmanian rivals New Zealand and defended it successfully with 116 runs.
Pakistan vs Australia | Teams Squads | 2nd T20I Match Live | 5 November 2019
Today both teams will announce their final playing XI teams after the toss so stay connected for a live match.