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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

AUS vs NAM Match 6 Results

Match 6, Trinidad, May 29, 2024, ICC Men's T20 World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2024
Australia beat Namibia by 7 wickets
Namibia119/9 (20.0 overs)
38 (30)
3/25 (4)
Australia123/3 (10.0 overs)
23 (16)
0/16 (2)
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Australia vs Namibia Commentary

1:49 AM IST Right then, that is it from this T20 World Cup warm-up match. Australia have got their World Cup preparations underway in fine fashion that too without most of their main squad which is a huge positive for them and they will be facing hosts, West Indies in their next warm-up game. You can simply switch tabs and keep an eye on the other warm-up games. Until next time then, take care and goodbye!
1:46 AM IST Earlier in the game, Mitchell Marsh won the toss and put Namibia into bat first and his decision was backed up right away by Josh Hazlewood who bowled an unreal spell inside the Powerplay, picking up a couple of wickets for no runs. The other bowlers kept the intensity up and Australia were able to get wickets in the middle phase as well. However, a counter-attack in the latter stages led by Zane Green ensured that Namibia not just got over the 100-run mark but a few more runs. However, it still wasn't anywhere enough as Australia wrapped up the game with half the overs to spare in what was a morale-crushing defeat for Namibia.
1:44 AM IST As for Namibia, it was a big lesson as they did come into this game on the back of a fine win against Uganda but against the big boys, they still need to be a lot more clinical and decisive with their planning and execution. The start with the ball wasn't a good one and Ruben Trumpelmann was all over the place trying to just bowl quick. There were some positive signs though as the spinners got a bit of purchase from the deck and picked up a couple of wickets as well. They will now look to learn from this game and make a few tweaks heading into the main event.
1:43 AM IST Now, that was a scintillating batting performance from Australia and they have overpowered Namibia with quite ease. Chasing a paltry total of 120 runs, Australia got away quickly but it was in the third over when Mitchell Marsh really went after Ruben Trumpelmann and the Aussies got 21 runs from that over. Soon though, Marsh was run out and then Josh Inglis too came in and went quickly. David Warner started quickly but didn't get much of a strike during that phase. However, he took matters into his own hands as Tim David played a small cameo at the other end before getting out. Warner ended up with a fiery half-century and along with Matthew Wade sealed the win in exactly just 10 overs with Warner remaining unbeaten on 54 runs off just 21 balls.
End of over 1019 runs
AUS: 123/3CRR: 12.30
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Tangeni Lungameni to David Warner, 4 runs

FOUT! That's it, Australia have won and David Warner has finished proceedings in fine fashion here. On the shorter side and outside off, Warner latches onto it and cuts it past point for a boundary. Australia win by 7 wickets!


Tangeni Lungameni to David Warner, 1 run



Tangeni Lungameni to David Warner, 6 runs

SIX! Over the fence. 50 up for Warner too. This is short and on middle. It is pulled over the mid-wicket fence. Two more needed. Can he end it in this over?


Tangeni Lungameni to Matthew Wade, 1 run

On off. This is pushed through covers for one.


Tangeni Lungameni to Matthew Wade, 4 runs

FOUR! Comedy of errors! Runs needed below 10 now! Angled into the pads. This is clipped between deep mid-wicket and deep square leg. Both go for it but in the end, leave it for each other, it ends up trickling over the fence.


Tangeni Lungameni to Matthew Wade, 2 runs

Good running! On middle. Wade tucks it on the leg side with soft hands and takes two.


Tangeni Lungameni to David Warner, 1 run

Shorter and around off. This is flat batted down to long off for one.

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AUS vs NAM Venue Details

Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies
Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
PitchBatting friendly
Matches Won
Batting First3 Won (50%)
Bowling First3 Won (50.00%)
Temperature, 26.99C, Clouds
Humidity - 89%Wind Speed 2.43 meter/sec
  • 130Average 1st Innings
  • 123Average 2nd Innings
  • 53.42%PACEPercentage of wickets takes by pacers
  • 46.58%SPINPercentage of wickets takes by spinners
  • 159-6By India vs West Indies Highest Total
  • 105-10By Zimbabwe vs West Indies Lowest Total
  • 91 Runs Evin LewisHighest Individual Score
  • 5/26Daren SammyBest Bowling Figures