UAE vs NZ Live Score, United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Score with Commentary

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UAE vs NZ Match Detail:

Match: United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand

Date: 20th August 2023.

Time: 7:00 PM.

League: New Zealand tour of United Arab Emirates, 2023

Venue: Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai

Live Score Updates

3rd T20I, Dubai, August 20, 2023, 07:30 PM


New Zealand beat United Arab Emirates by 32 runs

Best Batsmen
Best Bowler
Man of the Match
Will Young
Tim Southee collects the trophy and walks over to his team to pose for the photographs! We have witnessed a tightly-fought series and not many would have predicted that to happen. Most would have expected New Zealand to steamroll over their less-fancied opponents but United Arab Emirates have definitely impressed in this series. The Kiwis will now travel to the United Kingdom to face England in a four-match T20I series. The first T20I will be played on Wednesday 30th August and the first ball will be bowled at 10.30 pm IST (5 pm GMT) but do join us for the build-up well in advance. United Arab Emirates do not have an international fixture scheduled but after this performance, there will be a few teams lining up to play this upcoming side. From here, goodbye and cheers!
Tim Southee, the skipper of New Zealand says that he is really proud of his side for winning the series. He adds that he is very confident in the youngsters of the team and that they will take the national team ahead. After being asked about the conditions, he says that the humidity is the most challenging factor in the UAE but claims that the lads adjusted really well to the conditions and the results were in their favour.
Mark Chapman is the Player of the Series for scoring two half-centuries in consecutive games. He says that he is very happy that they won the series. He adds that in this game, the wicket played very well so he was looking to be positive and play his shots to get his team to a good score. When asked about how challenging it is for an associate side to play against a team like New Zealand, he says that it is always tough as they do not play them often but United Arab Emirates are growing from strength to strength so it is good for them.
Will Young is the Player of the Match for scoring 51 runs in 32 deliveries and providing his side with a much-needed impetus. He says it was good to sit on the sidelines for two games as it gave him an opportunity to have a look at the opposition. He adds that United Arab Emirates is a good side and they played well in the first two matches. Mentions that there was grass on the surface and it was a bit two-paced early on in the innings.
Muhammad Waseem, the skipper of United Arab Emirates says that for a chase of over 160 runs, they needed a good start and that did not happen. He adds that the wicket was really good and they had it in them to chase down the target. He claims that he was looking to attack from the word go as he wanted to give his team a good start. He mentions that he is very thankful to the supporters as well as the support staff. Ends by saying that he is happy with the way his team has played against New Zealand.
Time for the presentations...
New Zealand lost two wickets in the Powerplay after being asked to bat first as both their openers were dismissed cheaply. Will Young and Mark Chapman strung together an 84-run partnership to rebuild the innings with both batters eventually reaching their half-centuries. Mitchell Santner had a lucky break and provided the finishing touches to help his side cross the 165-run mark. Junaid Siddique was impressive with the ball once again claiming three wickets and should have had a fourth. Muhammad Jawadullah and Zahoor Khan picked up a wicket each while the spinners went wicketless in this encounter. In the end, they conceded far too many runs and never looked comfortable in the run chase.
United Arab Emirates got off to a slow start as Aryansh Sharma played out a maiden over first up. Muhammad Waseem got off to a quick start hitting two consecutive boundaries but played one shot too many as he nicked one to the keeper. Vriitya Aravind looked good in his short stay at the wicket but Aryansh Sharma looked to be struggling at the other end. Four quick wickets found them struggling at 53 with half their side back in the shed. Aayan Khan and Basil Hameed stitched together a 68-run partnership to take the game deep but they were well behind the game right through the run chase. Aayan Khan was dismissed on 42 and the run chase fizzled out as they lost by a massive margin to surrender the series.
New Zealand have registered a comprehensive win to clinch the series 2-1! United Arab Emirates fought hard through this series but have not been able to create history by winning a series against a Test-playing nation. The Kiwis have registered a 32-run win in the final encounter to get over the disappointment of losing the last game. Tim Southee started with a maiden but went wicketless while Benjamin Lister ended with three wickets under his belt and Kyle Jamieson, Mitchell Santner, and Adithya Ashok all chipped in with one wicket each. The debutant, Ashok claimed his maiden international wicket and all the bowlers were disciplined as they defended the target with ease.
In over# 20
Kyle Jamieson 23/1(4)
Delivers this on a good length and outside the off stump. Junaid Siddique steps across towards the line of the ball and looks to work this leg side but gets beaten all ends up.
Pulls his length back a fraction and going down leg. Basil Hameed pulls this towards deep backward square leg for a run.
On a good length and just outside the off pole. Basil Hameed looks to swing hard at the ball but does not connect and the cherry skims past the stumps.
Bowls this full and outside off. Basil Hameed looks to heave this into the leg side but gets an inside edge towards square leg.
A lower ball bowled on a good length and outside off. Basil Hameed dabs this watchfully into the off side.
Yorker at the stumps this time. Junaid Siddique looks to make room and play in on the off side but misses on the timing and gets an inside edge towards the leg side. The batters run a single.
FIVE WIDES! Following the batter moving away, Kyle Jamieson bowls this one way outside the leg stump for Tim Seifert to collect it behind the stumps. United Arab Emirates get 5 extra runs.
In over# 19
Benjamin Lister 35/3(4)
FOUR! Short and at the body again and Basil Hameed was waiting for this one and plays a handsome pull infront of mid wicket for a boundary.

UAE vs NZ Preview

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and New Zealand are set to face off in the third and final T20I of the series on Sunday, August 20, 2023, at the ICC Academy in Dubai.

The series is currently tied at 1-1, with each team having won one match. The UAE won the second match by seven wickets, after chasing down a target of 143 with seven wickets and 4.2 overs remaining.

The UAE will be looking to win the series and create history, as they have never beaten New Zealand in a T20I match before. They will be boosted by the form of their batsmen, led by opener Muhammad Waseem, who scored 69 in the second match.

New Zealand will be looking to bounce back from their defeat in the second match and win the series. They have a strong batting line-up, led by Martin Guptill and Daryl Mitchell, but their bowling has been inconsistent.

The pitch at the ICC Academy is a good batting surface, so both teams will be looking to score big runs. The weather is expected to be hot and humid, so the bowlers will need to be patient and disciplined.

The match is expected to be a close contest, with both teams having a chance of winning. The toss will be crucial, as the captain who wins it will have the option of batting first and setting a target or bowling first and defending it.

Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai Pitch Report

The Dubai International Cricket Stadium is a good batting surface, with plenty of runs on offer. The pitch is generally flat and even, with little assistance for the bowlers. However, there can be some swing and seam movement early on in the innings, especially for the seamers.

The average score in T20Is at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium is 146 runs, with the highest score being 212 and the lowest score being 55. The pitch is also conducive to big hitting, with 11 centuries and 119 half-centuries scored at the venue.

Here UAE vs NZ Team Squads

United Arab Emirates Squad:

 Aryansh Sharma(w), Muhammad Waseem(c), Vriitya Aravind, Asif Khan, Basil Hameed, Ansh Tandon, Ali Naseer, Aayan Afzal Khan, Mohammed Faraazuddin, Muhammad Jawadullah, Zahoor Khan, Sanchit Sharma, Junaid Siddique, Jash Giyanani, Ethan DSouza, Lovepreet Singh

New Zealand Squad:

Chad Bowes, Tim Seifert, Dane Cleaver(w), Mark Chapman, Cole McConchie, Mitchell Santner, James Neesham, Rachin Ravindra, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee(c), Ben Lister, Adithya Ashok, Dean Foxcroft, Jacob Duffy, Will Young

Frequent Asked Questions For United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Live Scorecard?

Q. Which team will play today’s match?

Ans. United Arab Emirates and New Zealand will play today.

Q. Where will today’s UAE vs NZ 3rd T20 be played?

Ans. The venue for the 3rd T20 International between United Arab Emirates and New Zealand is Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai .

Q. Where can I watch live or stream the match?

Ans. Fan code will be showing the Today match between United Arab Emirates and New Zealand live on Channel.

Q. What time does the UAE vs NZ 3rd T20 start?

Ans. 7:00 PM.

Q. Which TV channels will telecast the UAE vs NZ cricket match live in United Arab Emirates?

Ans. The United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand 3rd T20 will be telecast live on Fan code with English commentary, while Fan code Hindi will telecast it live in the Hindi language.

Q. How to live to stream the United Arab Emirates v New Zealand 3rd T20 in United Arab Emirates?

Ans. The live streaming of the United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand 3rd T20 will be available on fan code VIP in five languages.

Q. What time does the UAE vs NZ 3rd T20 match start?

Ans. The 3rd T20 between the United Arab Emirates cricket team and the New Zealand cricket team will begin at 7:00 PM.

Q. Which team will hit more sixes in the UAE vs NZ 3rd T20?

Ans. United Arab Emirates will hit more sixes in this match.

Q. What is our toss prediction of the United Arab Emirates vs New Zealand Match?

Ans. New Zealand is our toss winner.

Q. How many sixes will be hit in today’s UAE vs NZ match?

Ans. 7+ Sixes will be hit in the 3rd T20.

Q. Which team makes the highest score in the first 7 overs of the 3rd T20?

Ans. United Arab Emirates will make the highest score in the first 7 overs.

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