Australia Vs India LIVE SCORE (odi)

Australia Vs India At Manuka Oval, Canberra, 02 December, 2020

02 December, 2020
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

302/5 (50.0 ov)

3rd ODI

289/10 (49.3 ov)

India beat Australia by 13 runs

India Australia
302/5 (50.0 ov) - R/R 6.04 289/10 (49.3 ov) - R/R 5.84

Match Ended

India beat Australia by 13 runs

This Over
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Josh Hazlewood not out 7 7 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Jasprit Bumrah 9.3 0 43 2
T Natarajan 10 1 70 2
Current Partnership Last Wicket 289/10 (49.3)

11 (11) R/R: 4.71

Adam Zampa 4(7)

Adam Zampa 4(7) S.R (57.14)

lbw b Jasprit Bumrah
India vs Australia 2020 Highlights, 3rd ODI Match at Canberra, Full Cricket Score: Virat Kohli and Co register 13-run win, hosts take series 2-1

India vs Australia 2020 Highlights, 3rd ODI Match at Canberra, Full Cricket Score: Virat Kohli and Co register 13-run win, hosts take series 2-1

17:30 (IST)

Finally, a performance that is expected out of Virat Kohli’s men. Australia had already clinched the series. But India will take heart from their victory as they head into the T2OI series. Pandya can feature in the team as a proper middle order batsman. Kohli was consistent as usual. Natarajan and Shardul did well in their only outing, while we got to witness Jadeja’s sword celebration again. Australia, on the other hand, have all bases covered and will be tough to get past in the T20I series. The star of the series was Steve Smith, who smacked back to back hundreds. The hosts would love to have their star opener David Warner back for the T20Is.

That’s it from us today, but do join us on 4th December as we will bring you the live coverage of the first T20I between India and Australia.

17:17 (IST)

Aaron Finch, Australia captain: We fought really well today. Great stand between Pandya and Jadeja. I thought Green on debut showed that he well and truly belongs to international level and ready to take on. Absolutely, having spinners make you bowl through the overs quickly as well. It's nice to have guys at the top scoring runs. Carey played well tonight as well. Hopefully, Starc is on for the T20s. 

17:15 (IST)

Virat Kohli, India skipper: We were put under the pump in the first and second half of Australia’s innings. Look I think the pitch was much better here in terms of helping the bowlers and that’s why I think the bowlers did well here. We were clinical with the ball and in the field. Hopefully, we take the momentum forward. I would have liked to go on for a bit longer, but it was a great partnership between Pandya and Jadeja. The team needed that kind of a boost. You need those kind of moments, especially when you play against a team like Australia.

17:11 (IST)

Steve Smith, Man of the Series: Nice to have contributed to a few wins. Unfortunately, fell short tonight. It (ball) did more with the new ball. Both quicks bowled pretty well from both teams. You just got to keep going forward and contribute in next few games in T20s. Hopefully we have a day off.   

17:10 (IST)

Hardik Pandya, Man of the Match: I will be fine to play the T2OIs. I have been working really hard to play for my country. Really happy for Natarajan and rest of the bowlers. It's been quite a story for him. You need to be at your toes to play against Australia in Australia as they compete well. 

17:01 (IST)

OUT! Right, that will be it. Huge appeal for LBW by Bumrah, he bowled it full and straight. Zampa departs. That also means that India have won by 13 runs. They will take some positives from this game into the T20I series and have avoided a clean sweep in the ODI series, the scoreline reading 2-1. 

16:55 (IST)

After 49 overs,Australia 288/9 ( Adam Zampa 4 , Josh Hazlewood 6)

Surprising move by Kohli to bring Shardul ahead of Bumrah in the 49th over. Starts off with a dot, and then a full delivery outside off, which goes for a single. A low full toss off the third, Hazlewood drives it through covers for a double. Three singles off the last three balls. Tidy stuff from Shardul. Australia need 15 runs from 6 balls.

16:51 (IST)

After 48 overs,Australia 282/9 ( Adam Zampa 2 , Josh Hazlewood 2)

Natarajan into his final over and the 48th of the innings. Removes Agar, who holes out to Kuldeep at deep extra cover. Just four runs and a wicket in the over. Superb over by the left arm seamer. Australia need 21 runs in 12 balls.

16:50 (IST)
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OUT! Back to back wickets for India. Agar makes room but hands a simple catch to Kuldeep at extra cover. Agar c Kuldeep Yadav b T Natarajan 28(28)

16:46 (IST)

After 47 overs,Australia 278/8 ( Ashton Agar 28 , )

Shardul Thakur has been called back into the attack. Starts off with a length ball, gets lucky there as the Abbott only sneaks a single. Bowls a wide full toss off the second, and once again, proves to be lucky as Agar only manages a single. A yorker off the fifth, the seamer appeals for LBW, but the umpire isn’t interested. A short one to end the over that takes an edge off Abbott’s bat and carries to the wicketkeeper. Four runs and a wicket in the over.

Highlights

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India vs Australia 2020, Live Cricket Score of 3rd ODI Match:

Right, that will be it. Huge appeal for LBW by Bumrah, he bowled it full and straight. Zampa departs. That also means that India have won by 13 runs. They will take some positives from this game into the T20I series and have avoided a clean sweep in the ODI series, the scoreline reading 2-1.
Preview: After suffering two consecutive defeats, India would look to salvage pride as they take on Australia in the third and final ODI at the Manuka Oval in Canberra.

The visitors were outplayed in every department of the game in the first two ODIs. Much like the first ODI, Australia’s top three – David Warner (83 off 77), Aaron Finch (60 off 69) and Steve Smith (104 off 64 balls) – played brilliant knocks. Capitalising on the solid foundation, Marnus Labuschagne (70 off 61) and Glenn Maxwell (63 off 29) provided Australia the late flourish as the hosts posted a massive total of 389/4 on the board.

Barring Virat Kohli (89) and KL Rahul (76), Indian batsmen failed to make any noteworthy contribution, even though they did chip in. Chasing such a mammoth total was always going to be an uphill task and the Indians suffered a 51-run defeat.

Smith had also slammed a quickfire century in the first ODI, and once again, he will be the one to watch out for.

David Warner’s groin injury has ruled him out of the third ODI and would come as a much-needed respite for the Virat Kohli-led side. Pat Cummins, meanwhile, will also miss all the remaining white-ball matches against India.

There has been a lot of debate regarding India’s sixth bowler. Hardik Pandya chipped in with the ball in the last ODI. It will be interesting to see if Kohli throws the ball to him in the final match of the series. But the Indian bowling unit, led by Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, needs to rediscover its mojo.

In the batting department, skipper Kohli has looked in good touch, but the batting needs to click in tandem if the visitors are to beat the fiery Australians.

Here's all you need to know about the live broadcast of the third and final T20I between India and Australia:

When is the third ODI between India and Australia? 

The third and final ODI between India and Australia is on 2 November 2020.

Where will the third ODI between India and Australia be played? 

The match will be played at the Manuka Oval, Canberra.

What time will the match start? 

The match will start at 9.10 am IST (2.40 pm Australian time). The toss will take take place at 8:40 am IST (2.10 pm local time).

Which TV channels will broadcast the third ODI between India and Australia? 

All the matches of India's tour of Australia will be broadcasted live on Sony Six, Sony Ten 1 and Sony Ten 3.  You can watch the live streaming of the match on the Sony Liv app. You can also follow the live blog and updates on www.firstpost.com

 

Updated Date: December 02, 2020 17:22:09 IST

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