How to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 live and free

Posted: 1 November 2019 9:54 am

Can Australia make it a clean sweep against Sri Lanka at the MCG? You can watch the 3rd T20 live and free.

SUMMARY: The Australia vs Sri Lanka 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 Sri Lanka series, as well as the upcoming T20 series against Pakistan for free using this 14-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

2nd T20 Australia vs Sri Lanka match recap

Australia cruised to victory over Sri Lanka winning by nine wickets with seven overs remaining. Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first but were bowled out for 117.

Yet again the Australian bowlers produced a team effort with four different players collecting two wickets each. With such a small total on the board David Warner again made quick work of it with the bat.

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Aaron Finch faltered and was caught behind off Lasith Malinga for a golden duck. It was the only wicket Australia lost as Steven Smith joined Warner at the crease.

The pair both made unbeaten half-centuries, with Warner finishing with 60 from 41 balls and Smith on 53 from 36.

When is the Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 match?

The 3rd T20 International between Australia and Sri Lanka is on Friday night at 7:10pm AEDT. It's set to be played at the famous MCG which will host the 2020 T20 World Cup Final.

3rd T20 Australia vs Sri Lanka match preview

Australia won't be treating the 3rd T20 as a dead rubber. The Aussies begin another T20I series on 3 November against Pakistan, the number 1 ranked T20 side in the world.

Sri Lanka meanwhile will be desperate to restore some pride. They'll also be trying to find form as they head to India after this game to play them in another T20 series.

Australia's batsmen may need to get in the gym and do some bicep curls. After clearing the boundary 10 times in the 1st T20 at Adelaide Oval, they failed to hit a single six in the 2nd T20 at the larger Gabba ground. The MCG is bigger again and batsmen are renowned for being caught on the boundary.

One notable big hitter who won't be playing is Glenn Maxwell. Yesterday Maxwell announced he was taking some time away from the game to deal with mental health issues. D'Arcy Short has been called into the squad as a replacement.

How to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd T20 live and free

In Australia all T20 internationals are live and exclusive to FOX CRICKET. You can access the channel through both Foxtel and Kayo Sports. We already have a how to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka T20 series guide, available for a full breakdown of viewing options.

Your best option to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka live is on Kayo Sports. You can use a 14-day free trial to watch Australia vs Sri Lanka in the 3rd T20, plus the next T20 series against Pakistan.

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