Australia vs England 3rd T20I Live Updates:

Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and opted to bowl first against England in the third and final T20I on Friday at Manuka Oval, Canberra

The match between Australia and England has been elided to 17 overs per side after rain playedspoilsport.England lost the gate of Alex Hales in the alternate over of the innings afterAustralia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and decided to coliseum first against England in the third and final T20I on Friday at Manuka Oval,Canberra.The callers have formerly sealed the series after winning the first two games by an identical periphery of 8 runs. On Friday, England will aim for a series reach while Australia will look to register a consolation palm. specially, this is the last T20I for both the sides ahead of the T20 World Cup 2022. Alex Hales is the top arranger in the series so far with 88 runs to his credit while Sam Curran tops the gate- takers’ map with 5 to his name.

Australia and England face off in the third and final T20I in Canberra on October 14. The callers have won the first two games and in the process the series as well. The Aussies have a chance to pull one back and enter the T20 World Cup with some confidence.

The alternate T20I was a high- scoring affair and the England bowlers managed to hold their jitters and give their platoon an 8- run palm. England scored178/7 in 20 overs with scores from Dawid Malan and Moeen Ali.

Aaron Finch- led Australia will look to subscribe off from the series with a palm heading into the ICC men’s T20 World Cup 2022 where they will defend their crown from coming week. Australia presto bowler Josh Hazlewood said there was no question over Glenn Maxwell’s place in the side heading into this month’s T20 World Cup with the nation’s third most limited T20 player a proven matchwinner with club and ball.

Maxwell is celebrating his 34th birthday on Friday. similar has been the thickness of Maxwell’s career for Australia in the shortest format that his current runs failure is the longest he’s gone without reaching 10 across his 93 T20 internationals. He’s also only taken three lattices this time but has maintained an emotional frugality rate of7.35 and will be a pivotal part of Australia’s attack during the World Cup in delivering the balance of the fifth bowler’s overs alongside fellow allrounders Marcus Stoinis and Mitch Marsh.