Ten Cricket live streaming Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd Test Sharjah

November 24, 2014, By S Ranjita

The third and final test match between Pakistan and New Zealand will start at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on 26th November 2014. Pakistan who is currently leading the three match series 1-0 will be looking forward to win the series in spanking passion by defeating the Kiwis.

On the other hand, the visitors are very much motivated with the draw they procured in the 2nd Test match, and they aim nothing less than a victory in the third test to level the series.

Pak vs NZ 3rd test

The Black Caps have showed signs of adaptability in the second test match, and this time, they will try their best to defeat the strongest Pakistan test team of all time.

Ten Cricket and PTV Sports will be telecasting the match live in Pakistan. New Zealand cricket lovers can watch this match on Sky Sports. Official websites of Ten Sports and PTV Sports are live streaming this match for the global public.

The live streaming can be watched at Ten Sports website www.Live.Tensports.com here.

The weather in Sharjah will be perfectly suited for a Test Match. The day will be sunny, and there will be no chances of rain. The pitch will be a batting paradise, and after three days, the cracks will help the spinners to turn the ball in the most dangerous manner.

The Pakistani team is well settled, and they have shown their mastery in all areas of the game, let it be batting, bowling or fielding.

Yasir Shah is the trump card of the team, and his form will play a crucial role in determining the success of the Asian side.

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The leg spinner has troubled the New Zealand batsmen in the first two tests, and the same is expected in Sharjah as well.

On the other hand, New Zealand team is badly searching for a spin weapon to combat the Pakistan batting lineup. Many sources claim that Daniel Vettori, the ace spinner will make a surprise comeback in the third test.

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