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How to watch Australia vs Pakistan 2nd T20 live and free

Posted: 5 November 2019 8:44 am
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With the rain set to stay away for the 2nd T20, who will win the first match of the T20 series between Australia and Pakistan?

SUMMARY: The Australia vs Pakistan T20 series is exclusive to FOX CRICKET. This means your best value-for-money option when watching the series live is through Kayo Sports. You can watch the entire Australia vs Pakistan series for free using this 14-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

Australia vs Pakistan 1st T20 match recap

The 1st T20 fixture between Australia and Pakistan was abandoned after Sydney copped some heavy rain. Pakistan were sent in to bat first after Australia won the toss. Pakistan's innings was restricted to 15 overs thanks to the weather.

Pakistan captain and number one ranked T20I batsman Babar Azam led the way finishing 59* from 38 balls. As a whole Pakistan proved they'll give the Aussie bowlers much more of a challenge than Sri Lanka managed. Pakistan totalled 5/107.

Originally when Australia came to the crease they were set a revised target of 119 from 15 overs. It was never to be as the rain returned in the third over and play never recommenced.

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The T20 cricket rules state each team must bat at least 5 overs for a result to be determined. Therefore, the match was cancelled even though Australia had already surpassed the required runs total thanks to Aaron Finch.

Finch came out on fire belting 37 runs off just 16 balls. Fans in attendance and at home were left frustrated by the umpires' decision to have a longer innings break after several rain delays.

When is the 2nd Australia vs Pakistan T20 match?

Australia play Pakistan in the 2nd T20 international on Tuesday evening at 7:10pm AEDT. The game will be played at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

Australia vs Pakistan 2nd T20 match preview

Manuka Oval has never hosted a men's T20 international. The ground is also historically kind to batsman with several big scores achieved. Australia last played there for a Test match at the start of 2019. During that Test, four Australians made centuries.

How to watch Australia vs Pakistan 2nd T20 live and free

In Australia T20 internationals are live and exclusive to FOX CRICKET, which is shown on Foxtel and Kayo Sports. We already have a how to watch Australia vs Pakistan T20 series guide that you can see for a comprehensive breakdown.

As you only have two options to choose from it's not a difficult choice. Unless you're an existing Foxtel customer, it's a cheaper, easier set-up and better viewing experience to watch on Kayo Sports. You can use a 14-day free trial to watch the entire Australia vs Pakistan series, plus look at Kayo's 50 other sports.

Kayo also has the entire BBL, WBBL, Marsh One-Day Cup, every Australian Test match and every Australian ODI live. You can watch on iOS and Android devices, Macs, laptops, PCs, Apple TV, Chromecast, Telstra TV and Android TV. For more information see our full Kayo review.

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