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Australia trounce Pakistan in third ODI, take unassailable lead of 3-0

30 March 2019, 12:49 | Tracey Rhodes

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That left Pakistan reeling at 16-3 before opener Imam-ul-Haq (46) and Shoaib Malik (32) put on a fourth wicket stand of 59 before Glenn Maxwell trapped Imam leg-before.

The head coach was optimistic his team will give their best to bounce back in the third match, which they must win to keep the series alive.

"The scans demonstrated the usual soft tissue damage we expect following a dislocation but fortunately has excluded any bone damage or fracture", Saw said. For Pakistan, wickets have been hard to come by with the Pakistani bowlers so far having taken just four wickets in two matches.

Any Australia captain would expect to be sternly tested in a year that features a Cricket World Cup and an Ashes series, but Aaron Finch and Tim Paine are set to face particularly challenging examinations of their leadership credentials as they prepare to welcome Steve Smith and David Warner back to the global fold. "Any time you can beat India and Pakistan in their home conditions is good".

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While trying to ascend this huge mountain during the chase, Pakistan lost three of its batsmen quite early.

Play was due to start at 10pm AEDT but it has been delayed because of light rain.

Finch hit centuries in each of Australia's victories in Sharjah and, though he did not reach three figures on this occasion, it was the captain who once more made the key contribution.

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers are among the luminaries on that list headed by Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara, who is the only batsman to have scored four ODI tons in a row.

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Australia was buckled down by Pakistan spinners Imad Wasim (1-34) and Yasir Shah (1-47) in the middle overs on a slow wicket before Maxwell got better of the seamers after Finch departed in the 42nd over.

Finch added another 36 with Marcus Stoinis (10) and 48 for the fifth wicket with Maxwell. The other player to miss out is Mohammad Abbas, with Usman Shinwari and Junaid Khan getting their first games of the series.

Richardson's WA and Australia team-mate Nathan Coulter-Nile suffered a similar right shoulder dislocation in a BBL game on December 21 in 2015.

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