The third and final match of the three-match T20I series between Sri Lanka and Australia will be played at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium on Saturday, June 11. The match will start at 7:00 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Sri Lanka vs Australia odds for 3rd T20I
Sri Lanka: 3.95
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Sri Lanka vs Australia recent form
Australia have won their last three T20I matches since the five-wicket loss to Sri Lanka back in February.
In the ongoing three-match series, the visiting Aussies team have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead and will be eyeing to register a whitewash.
Sri Lanka, on the other hand, are on a five-match losing streak in T20I cricket. In 10 games in 2022, the Lankan Lions have won just one game and will be eager to turn things around in the series finale on Saturday.
Sri Lanka: L, L, L, L, L
Australia: W, W, W, L, W
Sri Lanka vs Australia head-to-head
Sri Lanka and Australia have played a total of 24 T20I matches in the past, with the latter having won 14 of these. Sri Lanka have come out on top on nine occasions and one game ended in a tie.
In terms of SL vs AUS head-to-head in bilateral series, Australia are in the lead with 11 wins in 20 meetings and also hold the advantage in the record of the team’s clashes in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (played four, won three, lost one).
Sri Lanka vs Australia prediction and cricket betting tips for 3rd T20I
Australia are fancied by the odds to get the better of Sri Lanka in the third and final T20I of the three-game series on Saturday.
With form and head-to-head record in their favour, Aaron Finch’s AUS team are the overwhelming favourites to clean sweep the series.
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