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06 Nov, 18:10 (IST)

 David Warner scores a half-century. Surely this would bring out a huge respite to the team. 



06 Nov, 17:58 (IST)

David Warner is the one who is taking the team ahead and has been in good form. He has neared a half-century in the match. He is currently batting on the score of 40 runs. 



06 Nov, 17:47 (IST)

Aaron Finch has departed and it was Akeal Hosein who got the wicket of the Australian captain. Finch misread the line and the stumps crashed to only disturb the furniture. Finch OUT on 9. 



06 Nov, 17:34 (IST)

David Warner and Aaron Finch will look to give a bright start for the Australian team. The team will be looking to win with the highest margin possible. 



06 Nov, 17:31 (IST)

That’s all we have in the first innings. Keiron Pollard had scored 44 runs and his team to a fairly good score. 



06 Nov, 17:05 (IST)

Dwayne Bravo is the last man who has departed. But Keiron Pollard is the blazing guns for the side. DJ Bravo is walking off for one last time in West Indian colours



06 Nov, 16:50 (IST)

Dwayne Bravo is the new man after Shimron Hetmyer makes his way into the pavilion. West Indies are struggling terribly with wickets collapsing one after the other. 



06 Nov, 16:36 (IST)

Keiron Pollard will be looking to put up a good total on the board. Shimron Hetmyer is another man batting alongside Pollard.



06 Nov, 16:23 (IST)

Evin Lewis who was looking good with the bat could not stay for a long time.  Adam Zampa bowled a googly but plans up in safe hands. Smith takes up a good catch. 



06 Nov, 16:15 (IST)

Evin Lewis and Shimron Hetmyer are actually handling the ship after a fall of wickets. What West Indies needs is a good partnership right now! 

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Australia and West Indies are locking horns with each other at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the T20 World Cup 2021 match. There’s a tough race between Australia and South Africa for Group 1. In this article, we shall be bringing to you the live updates of the match but before that let’s have a look at the preview of the match. So the Group of Death has three teams vying for the spot in the knockouts. With three wins from four matches, Australia stands on number two of the  T20 World Cup matches. AUS vs WI, ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Super 12 Dream11 Team Selection: Recommended Players As Captain and Vice-Captain, Probable Line-up To Pick Your Fantasy XI.

The team will look to have a comprehensive win over West Indies as South Africa has been vying for a spot in the semis. They will have to have a better NRR than South Africa so confirm their spot in the semis. West Indies on the other hand is almost knocked out of the  T20 World Cup 2021 as they have only won a game out of four matches. In terms of the head-to-head battle, West Indies have a significant advantage over Australia.

Out of the 16 matches played by both teams, West Indies have won 10 matches and the rest of the games are won by Australia. With this, kind of a head-to-head record, it would be interesting to see how the match pans out for both sides.

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