Australia and the West Indies, the T20 series reaches its climax today at Perth Stadium. The highly anticipated third match kicks off at 1:30 pm local time, promising an action-packed encounter between these two cricketing powerhouses. Fans can expect a showdown filled with excitement, skill, and fierce competition as both teams vie for victory.
Australia has dominated the T20 series, securing victory in both matches played thus far, firmly establishing their superiority. With the series already in their grasp, the Australian team now aims for a clean sweep by triumphing in the final match. However, the West Indies are determined to salvage their reputation and pride, entering the field with a fierce determination to claim victory in the third match and avoid a whitewash. The stage is set for an intense battle between these cricketing giants as they vie for supremacy on the field. the second T20 match, Glenn Maxwell showcased his exceptional talent with a magnificent innings, amassing an impressive 120 runs for Australia. Their stellar performance enabled Australia to set a daunting target of 241 runs for the West Indies. Despite their best efforts, the West Indies team fell short in their chase, managing to score only 207 runs in their allotted 20 overs. Despite a valiant effort, they couldn’t match the formidable total set by Australia, resulting in another victory for the home team.
Match: Australia vs Westindies, 3rd T20 Match
Venue: Perth Stadium
Date & Time: Feburary 13, 1.30pm
Toss and Match Prediction
TOSS WINNER TEAM OF TODAY ‘S MATCH WILL BE WESTINDIES
AND MATCH WINNER TEAM AUSTRALIA …. CRICCHAMP Opinion
Perth Cricket Stadium is renowned for its lively pitch characterized by significant bounce and pace, posing challenges for batsmen against fast bowlers. Despite the bowler-friendly conditions, batsmen find some respite as the small boundaries and swift outfield contribute to scoring opportunities. The unique combination of a challenging pitch and favorable outfield dynamics adds an intriguing dimension to matches played at this venue.
Australia: Mitchell Marsh (captain), Sean Abbott, Jason Behrendorff, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Short, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, David Warner, Adam Zampa.
West Indies: Rovman Powell (captain), Shai Hope, Johnson Charles, Roston Chase, Jason Holder, Akil Hussain, Alger Joseph, Brandon King, Kyle Mayers, Gudakesh Moti, Nicholas Pooran, Andre Russell, Sharif Rutherford, Romario Shepherd and Oshane Thomas.