What A great Victory by Pakistan in first warm up Match. Bangladesh Will be Thinking how to Strong up our Line ups. Pakistan Have Won the Match by 3 Wickets, With 3 ball Remaining.
Moving Towards the Summary on Match, Bangladesh Won the Toss and Choose to Bat First, With a Massive Target to Chase 342 in 50 Overs. Pakistan in the Start have Lost the Wickets Early ,But Shoaib Malik and Ahmed Shahzad have Given Pakistan a Good Start, Then A Young Talent Fahim Ashraf With a Great Knock, Even Still he Have to Make a Debut in ODI. He Played Knock of 60 Runs in 32 balls and Lead Pakistan to Victory.
In the first of Australia’s two warm-up matches ahead of their tournament opener against New Zealand in a week. Finch hammered an eye-catching 137 from 109 balls as he and Travis Head (85 not out) helped Australia chase down an imposing target of 319 with two balls to spare.
Finch had been the front-runner to partner David Warner for the match against the Black Caps. His performance in south London has left little doubt as to who will open the batting at Edgbaston.
Pakistan vs Australia Warm Up Today Match Prediction 29th May 2017, Who Will Win Pak vs Aus
Title favorites Australia will take on the unpredictable Pakistan team in the fourth warm-up match before the start of the league stage of the Champions Trophy. While, both the teams come in with victories from their previous matches. Aaron Finch’s hundred in the previous match against Sri Lanka is a boost for the Aussies.
Pakistan vs Australia Watch Live Streaming Online of ICC Champions trophy 2017
So here is the Guide how to Watch Pakistan vs Australia Warmup 29th may ODI Live Streaming 29 May 2017 The first warm-up match of ICC Champions Trophy will be broadcast on Channel 9 and Fox Sports in Australia. While SLRC Channel will broadcast live in Sri Lanka. You can watch the live streaming on of the first warm-up match between Australia and Sri Lanka on Foxtel.
|Australia||Fox Sports (every game live)|
|India||StarSports (Every Match live) & Doordarsha (only India matches)|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ (Has not confirmed yet but most likely to retain broadcasting rights)|
|United Kingdom||SkySports 2 (Only network in United Kingdom to broadcast Champions Trophy)|
|USA||Willow TV (Viewers in USA can subcribe to WillowTV monthly package to get live acess for Champions Trophy available on all plateforms)|
|Sri Lanka||Star Sports (India)|
|Pakistan||TenSports (to broadcast all champions trophy matches) PTV (might have live coverage of only pakistan matches.|
|Caribbeans||ESPN (not confirmed yet but ESPN is likely to win the rights in Caribbean countries)|
|South Africa||SuperSports (Confirmed as Champions Trophy broadcaster in South Africa and adjacent african countries)|
|Europe||No news so far about any coverage in European countries. But EuroSport might scoop it if they able to negotiate a long-term deal with ICC to promote cricket in other euro countries.|
|Middle East||OSN Sports (Usually broadcast major cricket tournaments in some of the gulf states)|
|Ireland||Since Ireland did not qualify, Irish viewers can only watch Champions Trophy via SkySports|
Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Azhar Ali, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Fakhar Zaman, Imad Wasim, Hasan Ali, Fahim Ashraf, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Junaid Khan, Shadab Khan
David Warner, Travis Head, Steven Smith(c), Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade(w), Moises Henriques, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, John Hastings, Marcus Stoinis, Chris Lynn, James Pattinson