2018 T20 Tri-Series: Australia vs New Zealand vs England

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    Game 1: 3rd February 2018: Australia vs New Zealand @ SCG, Sydney (7:20pm Local Time)
    Game 2: 7th February 2018: Australia vs England @ Blundstone Arena, Hobart (7:40pm Local Time)
    Game 3: 10th February 2018: Australia vs England @ MCG, Melbourne (7:20pm Local Time)
    Game 4: 13th February 2018: New Zealand vs England @ Westpac Stadium, Wellington (Time TBC)
    Game 5: 16th February 2018: New Zealand vs Australia @ Eden Park, Auckland (Time TBC)
    Game 6: 18th February 2018: New Zealand vs England @ Seddon Park, Hamilton (Time TBC)

    Final: 21st February 2018: TBD vs TBD @ Eden Park, Auckland (Time TBC)

    Australia Squad

    David Warner (c)
    Aaron Finch (vc)
    Ashton Agar
    Alex Carey
    Ben Dwarshuis
    Travis Head
    Chris Lynn
    Glenn Maxwell
    Kane Richardson
    D'Arcy Short
    Billy Stanlake
    Marcus Stoinis
    Andrew Tye
    Adam Zampa

    England Squad

    Eoin Morgan (c)
    Sam Billings
    Jos Buttler
    Tom Curran
    Liam Dawson
    Alex Hales
    Chris Jordan
    Dawid Malan
    Liam Plunkett
    Adil Rashid
    Joe Root
    Jason Roy
    Ben Stokes
    James Vince
    David Willey
    Mark Wood

    New Zealand Squad

    Kane Williamson (c)
    Tom Blundell
    Trent Boult
    Tom Bruce
    Colin de Grandhomme
    Martin Guptill
    Anaru Kitchen
    Colin Munro
    Seth Rance
    Mitchell Santner
    Ish Sodhi
    Tim Southee
    Ross Taylor
    Ben Wheeler

    ICC T20 Rankings (Teams)

    1. Pakistan
    2. New Zealand
    3. India
    4. England
    5. West Indies
    6. South Africa
    7. Australia
    8. Sri Lanka
    9. Afghanistan
    10. Bangladesh
    11. Scotland
    12. Zimbabwe
    13. United Arab Emirates
    14. Netherlands
    15. Hong Kong
    16. Papua New Guinea
    17. Oman
    18. Ireland

    ICC T20 Rankings (Batsmen)

    1. Babar azam (PAK)
    2. Aaron Finch (AUS)
    3. Virat Kohli (IND)
    4. Colin Munro (NZ)
    5. Evin Lewis (WI)
    6. Lokesh Rahul (IND)
    7. Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
    8. Alex Hales (ENG)
    9. Joe Root (ENG)
    10. Hashim Amla (SAF)

    ICC T20 Rankings (Bowlers)

    1. Mitchell Santner (NZ)
    2. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    3. Ish Sodhi (NZ)
    4. Jasprit Bumrah (IND)
    5. Samuel Badree (WI)
    6. Imran Tahir (SAF)
    7. Imad Wasim (PAK)
    8. Mustafizur Rahman (BAN)
    9. James Faulkner (AUS)
    10. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)

    ICC T20 Rankings (All Rounders)

    1. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    2. Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
    3. Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
    4. Marlon Samuels (WI)
    5. JP Duminy (SAF)
    6. Peter Borren (NED)
    7. Mahmudullah (BAN)
    8. Paul Stirling (IRE)
    9. Samiullah Shenwari (AFG)
    10. Thisara Perera (SL)


    ** Rankings correct as of 1/2/2018 and are subject to change**
     
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    All of a sudden Glenn Maxwell is considered good enough?

    For mine Peter Handscomb keeping wickets would be a far better option as our batting is still pretty thin.
     
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    Alex Carey has been great in the big bash and Handscomb isn't available like most of the test squad

    David Warner was the only one selected in both squads and CA said that was due to the fact they wanted a strong leadership team in Warner and Finch

    Carey is the second highest run scorer in BBL07 and sits second for most dismissals

    Alex Carey BBL07

    Games - 8
    Runs - 368
    HS - 100
    Ave - 61.33
    SR - 139.92
    50s - 2
    100s - 1
    Catches - 8
    Stumpings - 0
     
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    Carey looked good the other day playing in ODI, kept well and batted very good.
     
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    Team Rankings updated, Only change is NZ drop to 2nd after their 2-1 series defeat to Pakistan who go to number 1
     
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    New Player Rankings are out after the NZ vs PAK series

    - Babar Azam has gone from 12th to 1st in the batsmen rankings after being the leading run-scorer in the series against NZ

    - Colin Munro has slipped from 1st to 4th in the batsmen rankings

    - Sarfraz Ahmed has lifted 21 places from 76th position to 55th in the batsmen rankings

    - Fakhar Zaman lifted 41 places to 71st in the batsmen rankings

    - Mitch Santner has replaced team-mate Ish Sodhi as the top-ranked bowler

    - Santner is the fourth New Zealand bowler after Daniel Vettori, Shane Bond and Sodhi to claim the top position

    - Shadab Khan has gone up 28 places to 14th spot in the bowlers rankings

    - Mohammad Amir has also made a gain of 19 places and now sits in 27th position in the bowlers rankings

    - Other big movers in the bowlers rankings include Tim Southee (53rd up 17 places), Rumman Raees (92nd up 33 places) and Faheem Ashraf (102nd up 31 places)
     
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    MATCH COMPLETE

    New Zealand 9/117 from 20 overs (RR 5.85)


    Martin Guptill - 5 (5)
    Colin Munro - 3 (3)
    Kane Williamson - 8 (21)
    Tom Bruce - 3 (3)
    Ross Taylor - 24 (35)
    Tom Blundell - 14 (16)
    Colin de Grandhomme - 38* (24)
    Mitchell Santner - 1 (4)
    Tim Southee -9 (6)
    Ish Sodhi - 0 (3)

    Kane Richardson - 0/28 (4 overs)
    Billy Stanlake - 3/15 (4 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 1/22 (4 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 4/23 (4 overs)
    Adam Zampa -1/21 (3 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/2 (1 overs)

    Australia 3/96 from 11.3 overs (RR 8.34)

    David Warner - 6 (8)
    Darcy Short - 4 (4)
    Chris Lynn - 44 (33)
    Glenn Maxwell - 40* (24)
    Alex Carey - 0* (0)

    Trent Boult - 2/14 (3 overs)
    Tim Southee - 1/27 (2.3 overs)
    Mitchell Santner - 0/20 (2 overs)
    Ish Sodhi - 0/24 (3 overs)
    Colin de Grandhomme - 0/11 (1 over)

    Australia won the match by 7 wickets with 21 balls to spare (D/L Method)

    Player of the Match - Billy Stanlake (AUS)
     
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    Hey roughie.

    Maxie performed brilliantly last night for one with so little talent, according to a certain source or maybe sauce? Three for and a ton.
     
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    Yeah he was superb, Now he needs to be consistent
     
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    MATCH COMPLETE

    England 9/155 from 20 overs (RR 7.75)


    Jason Roy - 9 (7)
    Alex Hales - 22 (15)
    Dawid Malan - 50 (36)
    Eoin Morgan - 22 (14)
    Jos Buttler - 5 (7)
    Sam Billings - 10 (9)
    David Willey - 3 (6)
    Chris Jordan - 16* (11)
    Adil Rashid -1 (4)
    Tom Curran - 6 (2)
    Mark Wood - 5* (9)

    Billy Stanlake - 1/43 (4 overs)
    Kane Richardson - 1/27 (4 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 1/28 (4 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 1/16 (2 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 2/15 (3 overs)
    Travis Head -0/14 (1 over)
    Glenn Maxwell - 3/10 (2 overs)

    Australia 5/161 from 18.3 overs (RR 8.70)

    David Warner - 4 (2)
    Darcy Short - 30 (20)
    Chris Lynn - 0 (2)
    Glenn Maxwell - 103* (58)
    Marcus Stoinis - 6 (11)
    Travis Head - 6 (13)
    Alex Carey - 5* (5)

    David Willey - 3/28 (3 overs)
    Mark Wood - 1/26 (3.3 overs)
    Chris Jordan - 0/34 (4 overs)
    Tom Curran - 0/39 (4 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 1/30 (4 overs)

    Australia won the match by 5 wickets with 9 balls to spare

    Player of the Match - Glenn Maxwell (AUS)
     
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    INNINGS BREAK

    England 7/137 from 20 overs (RR 6.85)


    Jason Roy - 8 (7)
    Alex Hales - 3 (3)
    Dawid Malan - 10 (10)
    James Vince - 21 (21)
    Jos Buttler - 46 (49)
    Sam Billings - 29 (23)
    David Willey - 10 (6)
    Chris Jordan - 1* (1)

    Kane Richardson - 3/33 (4 overs)
    Billy Stanlake - 2/28 (4 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/18 (4 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 1/29 (4 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 0/27 (4 overs)

    Australia require 138 runs to win from 20 overs @ 6.9 rpo
     
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    Should win from here and lock in final spot
     
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    David Warner is having a shocking run

    His last 8 innings across the shorter formats look pretty ordinary (2, 35, 8, 13, 15, 6, 4 and 2 tonight)

    David Warner in the ODIs and T20Is

    Games - 8
    Innings - 8
    Runs - 85
    Not Out - 0
    50s - 0
    100s - 0
    Average - 10.62
    Highest Score - 35
     
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    MATCH COMPLETE

    England 7/137 from 20 overs (RR 6.85)


    Jason Roy - 8 (7)
    Alex Hales - 3 (3)
    Dawid Malan - 10 (10)
    James Vince - 21 (21)
    Jos Buttler - 46 (49)
    Sam Billings - 29 (23)
    David Willey - 10 (6)
    Chris Jordan - 1* (1)

    Kane Richardson - 3/33 (4 overs)
    Billy Stanlake - 2/28 (4 overs)
    Marcus Stoinis - 0/18 (4 overs)
    Andrew Tye - 1/29 (4 overs)
    Ashton Agar - 0/27 (4 overs)

    Australia 3/138 from 14.3 overs (RR 9.51)

    David Warner - 2 (4)
    Darcy Short - 31* (25)
    Chris Lynn - 31 (19)
    Glenn Maxwell - 39 (26)
    Aaron Finch - 20* (5)

    David Willey - 1/30 (3.3 overs)
    Tom Curran - 0/23 (2 overs)
    Chris Jordan - 2/26 (3 overs)
    Adil Rashid - 0/34 (4 overs)
    Liam Dawson - 0/23 (2 overs)

    Australia won the match by 7 wickets with 33 balls to spare

    Player of the Match - Kane Richardson (AUS)
     
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    Has to back of and get through first 5-6 overs, trying too hard
     
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    What a fantastic performance from the Aussies, Finch finishing it in style with consecutive sixes !!
     

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