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1. New Zealand v Australia 4rd-T20I LIVE Streaming

Australia tour of New Zealand, 2021 - Schedule and Results

New Zealand vs Australia 3rd T20 LIVE Streaming: Check match and telecast details of the 3rd T20I match between New  After losing the first two matches, Australia take on New Zealand in the must-win third T20I match on Wednesday. ... Date: March 3 (Wednesday), 2021 live cricket, cricket live score, Australia cricket, New Zealand cricket

4th T20I, Wellington, Friday 5th March, 9:00 AM
australia
Australia Score /0
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 0
Match begins at 11:30 IST (06:00 GMT)

Match Info update soon

Dream11 Recommended XI: Tim Southee, Devon Conway, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Santner, Marcus Stoinis, Ish Sodhi, James Neesham, Tim Seifert, Kane Williamson, Mitchell Marsh, Jhye Richardson
Captain: Kane Williamson Vice-Captain: Tim Southee

2. New Zealand v Australia 3rd-T20I LIVE Streaming

Australia tour of New Zealand, 2021 - Schedule and Results

New Zealand vs Australia 3rd T20 LIVE Streaming: Check match and telecast details of the 3rd T20I match between New  After losing the first two matches, Australia take on New Zealand in the must-win third T20I match on Wednesday. ... Date: March 3 (Wednesday), 2021 live cricket, cricket live score, Australia cricket, New Zealand cricket

3rd T20I, Wellington, Wednesday 3rd March, 9:00 AM
australia
Australia Score /208/4 (20.0)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 144 (17.1)
Australia beat New Zealand by 64 runs

Match Info

Match: 3rd T20I
Venue: Westpac Stadium, Wellington, 2021
Date & Time: 3rd March, 9:00 AM
Series: Australia in New Zealand, 5 T20I Series, 2021
Weather: Clear
Toss: New Zealand elected to field
Umpires: Chris Gaffaney (NZ), Wayne Knights (NZ) and Shaun Haig (NZ)
Referee: Jeff Crowe (NZ)
Player of the Match: Ashton Agar

Dream11 Recommended XI: Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, Tim Seifert, Matthew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, Devon Conway, James Neesham, Martin Guptill, Ish Sodhi, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell Marsh
Captain: Kane Williamson Vice-Captain: Tim Southee


My11Circle Recommended XI: Kane Williamson, Tim Southee, Tim Seifert, Matthew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, Devon Conway, James Neesham, Martin Guptill, Ish Sodhi, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell Marsh
Captain: Kane Williamson Vice-Captain: Tim Southee

It's an ideal opportunity to say goodbye! 

That's your part for the afternoon! It ended up being an uneven affair after a promising start from Australia. New Zealand managed to recover with the bat but the Aussies failed to do the same when their turn arrived. A lot to consider upon for the visiting team. The following T20I is on 25th February 2021 in Dunedin which will start at 6:30 am IST. But as usual, you can join us early for the development. Up to that point, it's goodbye from us. Good health! 

Not good starters in Kiwiland! 

Are Australia habitual wrongdoers? Allow us to take you to the 2016/17 ODI arrangement when they traveled to New Zealand for a 3-match arrangement. In their first outing, while chase 287, the Aussies got diminished to 67/6, a bit similar to the batting performance in this match. Nonetheless, in that game, Marcus Stoinis drove the recovery with a whirlwind 146* and nearly pulled out a stunning win for the Aussies. We imagined that Mitchell Marsh would do something similar this time around but that was not to be and the visitors got steamrolled. Read More New Zealand vs Australia 3th T20I, Cricket News

Kane Williamson's chance to talk... 

The Kiwi skipper starts by praising Devon Conway and calls it an incredible knock after a tough start with the bat. Adds that it was an unbelievable knock on a surface which was difficult as it was holding up initially. To get to the 180-run mark was a great exertion, Kane feels. Notices that there have been a great deal of breaks in between and it's exciting to play international cricket. Williamson terms the bowling exertion as fantastic and also adds that the dew came in but they handled it well. Reveals to us that it's a significant day, it's been 10 years to that unfortunate day (Christchurch earthquake) and he is happy to see the development in the city after that. Is happy to put on a good act for the spectators. 

Aaron Finch speaks... 

The Aussie skipper says that the 14 days in quarantine were good and they were taken care of well indeed. Admits that they didn't play their best tonight and New Zealand outplayed them. Adds that they (Conway and Phillips) assembled a great partnership and their foundation was on running between with the wickets, so full credit to them. Feels that Australia were undone in the Powerplay with the bat. Regarding Josh Philippe, Finch answers that it's always great to have a debutant in the side and it's unfortunate not to get a win for him. 

Player of the Match - Devon Conway 

Conway says that he just gave himself an opportunity to get in, played solid shots and ran hard. He is happy with how things went tonight. Tells that there are nerves in each game and it's good to be out in the middle and have the opportunity. Adds that it's a good start to the arrangement and desires to make a big difference for the force. Notices that it's about force and keeping it for as long as conceivable. Shares that he is a little bit disappointed for not getting that one run and is sad for Sodhi as well for not getting his fifer. 

Salvage mission! 

Earlier in the match, New Zealand too experienced a poor start in the Powerplay where they lost three wickets for only 19. But Devon Conway and Glenn Phillips drove their revival with a solid partnership. Post that, Conway was involved two or three speedy stands with Neesham and Santner. He remained not out on 99 and his endeavors assisted New Zealand with reaching 184 which ended up being all that anyone could need for them 

Value of a leg spinner! 

The wrist spinners are ruling the perch as far as this format is concerned and Ish Sodhi was a great representation of that this evening. Obviously, the pressing factor was less on him with the fall of early wickets and that allowed him to settle down. The conditions were difficult for gripping the ball but he adhered to the task and ran through the Australian lower middle request with his variations.