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Australia vs Pakistan 4th ODI Live Score, PAK v AUS Cricket, 2017

Australia vs Pakistan th ODI Live Score, PAK v AUS TV & Live Streaming, Team News

Australia v Pakistan 4th One Day International (ODI) match on January 22 at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney. Pakistan Cricket Team to play five matches ODI series with Australia.

Australia will hope for another superlative show from its batsmen as it looks to seal the One-Day International series against Pakistan in the fourth game in Sydney on Sunday (January 22). The hosts rebounded and recaptured form with a commanding seven-wicket victory at the WACA to restore their domination of Pakistan on Australian soil and take a decisive a 2-1 series lead.

Pakistan v Australia 4th ODI TV & Live Streaming
Nine Network telecast Australia v Pakistan ODI series, live streaming of matches available on Hotstar, Cricket Australia website and App.

India: Star Sports HD 2
Australia: Channel Nine
UK: BT Sport
US: Willow Sports

AUS v PAK 4th ODI Cricket Live Score, Pakistan tour of Australia, 2017


 353/6 (50 ovs)


 267/10 (43.5 ovs)

Date: Jan 22, 2017
Match: Pakistan vs Australia, 4th ODI
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Time: 03:20 AM GMT
TV & Live Streaming: Nine Network, Star Sports HD 2, BT Sport, Willow Sports, Hotstar
Prediction: Australia to win
Result: Australia won by 86 runs

Pakistan ODI Squad: Azhar Ali(c), Sharjeel Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Rizwan(w), Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Wahab Riaz, Rahat Ali

Australia ODI Squad: Steven Smith(c), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Peter Handscomb, Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade(w), James Faulkner, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Billy Stanlake, Adam Zampa, Marcus Stoinis

Australia vs Pakistan 4th ODI Team News & Reports

Steven Smith, the captain, (108 not out) and Peter Handscomb (82) combined to resign Pakistan to a seven-wicket defeat in the last ODI on Thursday, chasing down the 264-run target with five overs to spare to take a 2-1 lead.

For Pakistan, there were 152 dot balls in that game – a statistic that didn’t please Mickey Arthur, the coach. He will expect his batsmen to step up. Sharjeel Khan, who made 50, was the only Pakistan batsman with a strike-rate over 100 in the innings. Babar Azam, the 22-year-old batsman earmarked for success, made a 100-ball 84, but, with the rest of the batsmen not offering much support, succumbed under pressure.

Pakistan could consider promoting Shoaib Malik up the order to No. 4. The spot is currently occupied by Asad Shafiq, returning to the ODI side after a gap of over a year, to fill in for the injured Azhar Ali.

However, Shafiq could make way for Azhar, who was back in the nets on Thursday. The Pakistan captain retired hurt in the first match and sat out of the next two, but completed a 15-minute fitness test in Sydney.

Meanwhile, Australia could draft in Mitchell Starc, the paceman, who rejoined the squad in Sydney after he was rested for the third ODI, as well as Adam Zampa, the legspinner, who has missed all three games.

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