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Australia vs West Indies 3rd T20I, Live Score Updates

AUS vs WI 3rd T20I, Live Updates: Australia will be taking on West Indies in the third and final match of the three-match series on Tuesday in Perth. The hosts have already gained an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Earlier on Sunday, Glenn Maxwell starred with a century to help Australia beat West Indies by 34 runs in the second T20I at the Adelaide Oval. Maxwell smashed 120 off just 55 balls as Australia posted 241/4 after being put into bat by the visitors. In reply, West Indies were restricted to 207/9 as Marcus Stoinis bagged three wickets. (Live Scorecard)

Australia (Playing XI) - David Warner, Mitchell Marsh (C), Aaron Hardie (In for Marcus Stoinis), Josh Inglis, Glenn Maxwell, Tim David, Matthew Wade (WK), Xavier Bartlett (In for Josh Hazlewood), Adam Zampa, Spencer Johnson, Jason Behrendorff.

West Indies (Playing XI) - Johnson Charles, Kyle Mayers (In place of Brandon King), Nicholas Pooran (WK), Rovman Powell (C), Sherfane Rutherford, Andre Russell, Romario Shepherd, Akeal Hosein, Alzarri Joseph, Roston Chase, Jason Holder.

TOSS - West Indies have won the toss and elected to BAT first.

West Indies, on the other hand, showed fight in both the games, but couldn't get over the line. The problem for them has been their bowling as they have conceded a lot of runs. Alzarri Joseph has been their standout bowler but will need more support from others. As we have seen over the years, they do have some strong power-hitters like Nicholas Pooran, Andre Russell, and skipper Rovman Powell, but the only thing missing from their game is they need to perform as a collective unit to have any chance of beating the Aussies. Will the Windies finish on a high? Or will the hosts complete the whitewash? We will find out soon. Toss