Eng v Aus features today – Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-Series 2018 second match from Bellerive Oval, Hobart (Australia) Wednesday seventh February 2018. Australia effectively won a match against New Zealand at Sydney Cricket Ground, now they will play their second match against England. In Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-Series 2018 first match Australia won by 7 wickets (with 21 balls remaining) (D/L technique). AJ Tye took four wickets in thet coordinate, B Stanlake took three, AC Agar and A Zampa these two took one wicket each of them. Skipper and opener of the group DA Warner rejected at 6, DJM Short scored only four runs, CA Lynn scored 44 keeps running off 38 balls and out, GJ Maxwell crushed 40 keeps running off 37 conveyances not out.
Bellerive Oval, Hobart cricket ground pitch dependably created parcel of runs, add up to twenty/20 internationals had been played here. To begin with in 2010 and second in 2014. The most astounding aggregate of the scene is 213/4 scored by Australia against England in 2014, in answer England scored 200/9. Which implies the two groups are extremely solid at this setting, how about we trust the present match will be a high scoring match.
Hobart customarily offers something for crease bowlers, however a T20 track is probably going to be significantly compliment; Morgan said the pitch “looked totally changed” on Tuesday to Monday and would likely change again come the beginning of the match, with a warm figure for the day. The long straight limits may likewise energize turn knocking down some pins. Alex Hales, Jason Roy and Chris Jordan are altogether anticipated that would be fit after damage however Liam Plunkett is as yet working his way over from a hamstring strain endured amid the ODIs. Britain’s primary quandary is the manner by which to best convey their assets: Sam Billings would fortify the batting (and handling), Tom Curran the knocking down some pins, while the uncapped Sam Curran offers a touch of both. Australia got off to a flying begin against New Zealand on Saturday and there might be a compulsion to stay with a similar XI. Travis Head, straight from driving Adelaide Strikers to the BBL title, is a choice to support the batting.
Australia team/playing XI
England team/playing XI
Twenty20 Tri Series 2nd Match (N) Highlights
Umpires – Gerard Abood, Simon Fry
TV Umpires – Chris Brown
Match Referee – Javagal Srinath
Reserve Umpire – Sam Nogajski
Match number – T20I no. 645