England vs Australia 3rd T20 match will begin at 10:30 pm IST tonight. England will try to complete a clean sweep over rivals Australia when they face with Aaron Finch team in the final Twenty20 International of the three-match series at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Tuesday.
However, the England-Australia final match will be played in empty stadiums and players are significantly going to miss fans. Aussies are yet to register their first win post the lockdown
England vs Australia 3rd T20 Preview
- The ENG vs AUS 3rd T20 match will start on September 8, Tuesday.
- The venue for England vs Australia 3rd T20 match is The Ageas Bowl in Manchester.
- The 3rd T20 between Australia and England will begin at 10:30 pm IST and 6:00 pm local time.
- The toss will take place 30 minutes before the scheduled start of play that is 10:00 pm IST
- The England vs Australia 3rd T20 match will be telecast live on the Sony Six HD and Sony Six channels.
- You can also watch the live streaming of ENG vs AUS match on Crickex exchange website
Southampton weather forecast
According to the weather.com forecast, Southampton weather is not very good for a cricket match. Ther are some chances of rain but might be an interrupted match.
ENG vs AUS 3rd T20 pitch report
Australian skipper Finch reckoned that the Southampton pitch is excellent for batting, both sides will look to bat first with 170 to 180 being a decent total. The wicket has been equally helpful for both batsmen and bowlers in the past.
England vs Australia playing 11 prediction
Australia playing 11: David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith, Alex Carey (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa.
England playing 11: Tom Banton, Jonny Bairstow, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (c), Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer.
England vs Australia Match prediction
With England already sealed the series, the final match will be a challenging contest. However, with the ODI series coming up in a couple of days, Australia is expected to win these to get into momentum for the 50-overs format.