Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Match 2018 . Pakistan vs Australia 2nd T20 International match on July 02 at Harare Sports Club in Harare; the match starts at 08:00 PM GMT. Pakistan and Australia have an excellent head to head record against each other in twenty20 cricket, Australia and Pakistan won seven game each out of 14 matches.
Australia will take on Pakistan in the second of tri-nation series involving Zimbabwe, Australia completed the disappointing tour of England where they lost all played games (five one-day international and one-off T20I). Australia is on their way to Zimbabwe for the first time in four years; they might claim the world’s top ranking in T20 cricket, Australia will need to go through the series undefeated. Australia team in Harare in search of their first win in more than four months.
That closures the second ODI. Australia were not getting it done today either but rather they contended energetically towards the end, riding on Shaun Marsh’s century. They have not won a reciprocal ODI arrangement since beating Pakistan at home in January 2017. From that point forward, they have lost 0-2 to New Zealand, 1-4 to India and 1-4 to England. Would they be able to keep the arrangement alive in Nottingham? Go along with us on Tuesday, nineteenth June, 2018 at 1400 nearby (1300 GMT) for the third ODI. In the in the mean time, you can get all the activity from the second Windies-Sri Lanka Test too, going ahead in St. Lucia. Farewell! Fare thee well!
Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Match 2018:
Australia opt to bowl
PAK 116 (19.5 Ovs)
AUS 117/1 (10.5 Ovs)
Australia won by 9 wkts
PLAYER OF THE MATCH
Match Pak vs Aus, 2nd Match, Australia and Pakistan in Zimbabwe T20I Tri-Series, 2018
Date Monday, July 02, 2018
Toss Australia won the toss and opt to bowl
Time 08:00 AM GMT 10:00 AM LOCAL
Venue Harare Sports Club, Harare
Umpires Arnold Maddela, Leslie Reifer
Third Umpire Patrick Gustard
Match Referee Krishna Hariharan
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