The second T20 match between England and Australia will started at 1:40pm on Wednesday October 12. England is ahead in the 3 match series with 1-0. To be in series Australia have to win this match. England will look for a win and seal the series. The match will be played at Manuka Oval Griffith, Australia.
Hales has reestablished himself at the top of the order and will almost certainly be Buttler’s first-choice partner for the World Cup. From there, the rest of England’s dominoes will fall into place. Livingstone has stated that he plans to return from an ankle injury for the last warm-up against Pakistan, so the two Canberra matches will provide more opportunity for the rest of England’s middle-order to compete for their positions.
David Malan was pushed out of his No. 3 spot in Perth to allow Stokes more playing time – to no avail – but will be eager to reacquaint himself with Australia’s high-kicking grounds, which should suit his approach. Following a finger injury, Chris Jordan could be poised for his first action of the winter, while David Willey is also waiting in the wings. The most likely candidates for a rest are Mark Wood and Reece Topley.
England (probable): Jos Buttler (cap & wk.), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, David Willey, Adil Rashid.
The return of the big guns to Canberra, where Starc, Cummins, Hazelwood, Adam Zampa, and Glenn Maxwell will all be available for selection after missing the series opener in Perth, means Nathan Ellis will be unlucky once more – he hasn’t even travelled with the squad – after taking a brilliant 3 for 20 on a night when Australia’s other 16 overs yielded 188 for 3. Aaron Finch has indicated that he will continue his partnership with David Warner at the top of the order, having making way for Cameron Green in Australia’s last three matches. One question is whether they want to extend Smith’s outing or give Josh Inglis a pre-World Cup hit.
Australia (probable): David Warner, Aaron Finch (cap), Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade (wk.), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazelwood
Pitch and weather
Bowlers have done reasonably well in the three men’s T20Is played at this venue, with an overall economy rate of 7.30 – the third lowest of any venue in Australia. The prediction is for a dry day on Wednesday, but not for the second game on Friday.
When will the second T20 match between Australia and England take place?
The second T20 encounter between Australia and England will take place on Wednesday, October 11.
Where will the second T20I between Australia and England be played?
The second T20 encounter between Australia and England will be contested in Manuka Oval Griffith, Australia.
When does the Australia vs. England 2nd T20 match start?
The second T20 encounter between Australia and England will begin at 1:40 PM IST. The coin toss will be held at 110pm IST.
Where can you watch the Australia vs. England 2nd T20 match live on TV in India?
The second T20 match between Australia and England will be televised on Sony Sports Network in India.
Where can you watch the live stream of Australia vs. England 2nd T20?
The second T20 encounter between Australia and England will be broadcast live on the Sony Liv website and app.