PTV Sports live cricket streaming: Pak vs Aus 3rd ODI

October 12, 2014, By S Ranjita

With last two ODIs in the burner with poor performances, Pakistan will look for some relief to win the final match against the Australians on October 12, 2014 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi at 4:30 pm India time.

This match comes after two ODIs that saw the Australians in full fledged form for the World Cup in mind, and they left no stone unturned to make the most of the UAE conditions.

Pak vs Aus 3rd ODI

For the Pakistan, their ‘home’ hasn’t helped much and too many gaps in the batting and bowling lineup was for all to us. If the first match loss of 93 runs wasn’t enough, they also lost the second one by 5 wicket.

Pakistan had recently lost a series in Sri Lanka, and with this one, they are not seemingly in line for the coming major champion.

Fans can catch the match live on Ten Sports in India, while in Pakistan, the match will be live on PTV Sports. Zee Cinema in UK will also telecast the match, and so will Fox Sports in Australia.

The match will be available on live streaming on the official website of PTV here or HERE.

Back in the last match, the host had the two openers, Ahmed Shehzad and Sarfraz Ahmed, doing well for the team and getting those crucial 126 runs in partnership. But the problems persisted with the middle and lower order that again lacked all charm.

Pakistan vs Australia 3rd ODI

For the Austrians, there are some great notes to be taken for selection for the World Cup, because they are in all the likeliness to find the top 11.

Their players like Sean Abbott may have a chance to show, while Glenn Maxwell is expected to do all the destruction to the host as in the last match.

The team will also like to check on the performance of Mitchell Starc to know the form, while Shane Watson too has a point to prove.

After Saeed Ajmal, Pakistan is already under pressure, and things remain tough as Junaid Khan and Mohammad Hafeez are also not playing. It remains to be seen on whether Anwar Ali works out.


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