PTV Sports live cricket streaming: Pak vs NZ 3rd ODI highlights

December 14, 2014, By Priyanka Agarwal

Pakistan Skipper, Misbah Ul Haq has been ruled out from the One Day International squad against New Zealand due to a hamstring injury.

Waqar Younis, the Pakistan coach confirmed this news, and gave hints that veteran all rounder Shahid Afridi will lead the side from the 3rd ODI which will begin at the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah on December 14, 2014.

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first.

Misbah Ul haq with the trophy

The series is now leveled 1-1 as New Zealand won the 2nd ODI by four wickets.

Apart from Misbah Ul Haq, two other players in the Pakistan team, Bilawal Bhatt and Umar Gul are also struggling with injuries. The absence of Bilawal and Gul is expected to create negative impacts in the bowling attack of the Pakistan side.

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The 3rd ODI will begin at 4.30 PM IST, and it will live streamed in PTV Sports for the viewers in Pakistan.

“Misbah has a hamstring issue and he will have a scan and then we will decide. He is not very good.

It’s a long tour and there are bound to be injuries, we have lost Junaid Khan and we need to solve these injury issues before the World Cup next year”, said Waqar Younis about the injuries in team.

Ten Sports and PTV Sports are telecasting this match in Pakistan. Sky Sports telecasts this match in New Zealand.

The live streaming online can also be watched at the official website of PTV Sports here .

On the other hand, the overall morale of the New Zealand side has enhanced a lot after the win in the second ODI. The team under the leadership of Kane Williamson has shown glimpses of impeccability throughout the second ODI, but still they lack that extra killing instinct which is the sign of ultimate winners.

The form of Martin Guptill and Ross Taylor will play a crucial role in determining New Zealand chances when they enter the ground for the 3rd ODI in Sharjah.

The series is quite crucial for both the sides, and they will try to come up with flying colors as the World Cup 2015 is just months away.

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