BAN vs AUS 4th T20 Live Streaming, Australia vs Bangladesh 2021

When and Where to Watch BAN vs AUS 4th T20 Live Streaming, Australia vs Bangladesh 2021

Bangladesh is set to face Australia in the fourth T20I match, which is scheduled to play at Sher-E-Bangla cricket stadium and to start at 5:30 PM IST. T-Sports, Gazi TV, and RabbitholeBD telecast the 4th T20 international match between AUS vs BAN 2021 Live Streaming in Bangladesh. Willow TV and Fox Sports to broadcast the live coverage of Bangladesh vs Australia 2021 4th T20I in the USA and Australia respectively.

Star Sports, SonyLiv, and Sony Ten hold the broadcasting rights of the Australia tour to Bangladesh 2021 and will telecast the 4th T20 international match in India and its subcontinent. BT Sports and Sky Sports Cricket hold the telecasting rights and will provide the live coverage of AUS vs BAN T20Is matches live in the UK.

 

Bangladesh vs Australia 4th T20 2021 Live Telecast and Broadcasting TV Channels, AUS vs BAN

Australia: Fox Sports

Bangladesh: RabbitholeBD

USA: Willow TV

Pakistan: RabbitholeBD

 

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Match Preview:

Bangladesh secured a series win for the first time by defeating visiting Australia in three consecutive matches. This is Bangladesh’s first series win against Australia in the history of cricket. Bangladesh beat Australia by 10 runs in the third match of the series on Friday (August 6).

Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first and scored 127 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 20 overs. Batting in reply, Australia’s innings came to a halt at 116 for four. Australia fought hard to win by 128 runs till the last over.

Australia needed 22 runs to win the last over. Captain Mahmudullah Riyadh handed the ball to Mehdi Hasan. However, Alex Carey scared Mehdi’s first ball. Alex Carey hit a six off the first ball. The next ball took 1 run. Heidi did not allow any run in the third ball. However, Mehedi bowled the next ball. The match was frozen again.

Australia needs 12 runs from the last two balls with 1 run from no-ball. The next ball is again dotted and Australia can take 1 run in the last ball. In other words, if Australia took 11 runs from the last over, Bangladesh won the match by 10 runs.

Earlier, the Aussies were pushed at the beginning of the run chase. Opener and Australia captain Matthew Wade returned for 1 run. He was caught by Shariful Islam in a short fine leg while trying to pull Nasum Ahmed.

Despite losing wickets at the start, McDermott and Shaun Marsh put on a 50-run stand for the second wicket. They led the team with the bat. Their pair broke in the 14th over of the innings. Shakib bowled McDermott who scored 35 off 41 balls.

Australia lost another wicket in the next over. Moyes Hendrix (2) was caught by Shamim Patwari in the mid-on while trying to pick Shariful’s first ball to the leg side. Losing two wickets in a short time increased the run pressure on Australia. 34 runs are needed in the last three overs.

Marsh (51 off 46 balls) was caught out by Naeem Sheikh in the 16th over. After that, the Aussies got cornered a lot. Mostafiz did the next thing. He composed Australia’s rate is a great over. As a result, Australia needed 22 runs in the last over to win. Earlier, Bangladesh scored 127 runs for 9 wickets in Mahmudullah Riyad’s responsible fifty-run innings. The Tigers captain scored 52 off 53 balls with 4 boundaries.

Nathan Ellis holds the record for most hat-tricks in a T20I debut against Bangladesh. He set the record by picking up the wickets of Mahmudullah Riyad, Mostafiz, and Mehdi Hasan in the last three balls of the last over. This is the record for the first hat-trick of wickets in his debut in T20 cricket. Cricket fans can watch the fourth T20I match on Willow TV.

 

Bangladesh T20I squad: Taijul Islam, Mohammad Naim, Mustafizur Rahman, Afif Hossain, Mohammad Mithun Shakib Al Hasan, Mosaddek Hossain, Soumya Sarkar, Shamim Hossain, Nasum Ahmed, Mahedi Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Nurul Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Mahmudullah (c), Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam

 

Australia squad for T20Is: Mitchell Marsh, Adam Zampa, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Josh Philippe, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, Ashton Agar, Riley Meredith, Wes Agar, Ben McDermott, Dan Christian, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey, Matthew Wade