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West Indies vs Australia, 2nd ODI Live Streaming: When and where to watch?

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Australia will want to seal the three-match ODI series when they take on West Indies on 23 July, in the second match, at Kensington Oval, Barbados. In their last encounter, Alex Carey’s men registered a convincing 133-run win in a rain-affected 49-over game.

Opting to bat, Carey top-scored in his first match as captain with an 87-ball 67 to take Australia to 252/9. He was ably supported by Ashton Turner (49). Josh Philippe (39), too, got the start from the top order but failed to convert that anything substantial.

Hayden Walsh Jr, who had an impressive outing in their recent five-match T20I series, carried the momentum forward with 5-39. It was his maiden five-wicket haul, in his 11th ODI.

The revised target for West Indies was 257. Apart from Kieron Pollard (50), no batter scored in excess of 20 as they were bundled out for 123 in 26.2 overs. Mitchell Starc was the pick of the Australian bowlers, with 5-48.

Betway Fantasy Tips

  1. As of now, Starc has eight five-wicket hauls in ODIs. If he gets another in the second match, it will help him equal Brett Lee on the top of this chart.
  2. Do not even contemplate omitting Walsh from your fantasy XI. He is in the form of his life.

When will the second ODI between West Indies and Australia begin?

The second ODI between West Indies and Australia will begin at 12 AM (IST) on 23 July.

Where will the second ODI between West Indies and Australia be played?

The second ODI between West Indies and Australia will take place at Kensington Oval, Barbados.

Which channel will telecast the second ODI between West Indies and Australia?

Unfortunately, the second ODI between West Indies and Australia will be not be telecasted in India.

How to watch the live streaming of the second ODI between West Indies and Australia?

Live streaming of the second ODI between West Indies and Australia will be on Fancode. However, it requires a subscription.

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