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Here are Guy Giles' best cricket tips for the third T20 match at the Ageas Bowl on Tuesday.


Under 330.5 total runs

Neither of the first two matches between England and Australia saw more than 330 runs scored.

The first match came closest with 322, while Sunday’s second T20 saw 315 in total.

The third and final match is likely to follow the same pattern, with the same pitch being used throughout the series.

England to hit most fours

England have been finding the boundary more regularly than Australia this series, hitting more fours in both of the first two matches.

The absent Jos Buttler accounted for 12 of those fours, but England have plenty of firepower elsewhere to keep up their big hitting on Tuesday.

Dawid Malan to score over 22.5 runs

Malan is the second-highest scorer in the series so far, following up his 66 in the opening match with 42 on Sunday.

He has passed this mark in 11 of his 15 career innings in this format for England.

Steve Smith to score over 22.5 runs

Smith has been kept quiet by England so far, scoring 18 in the first match before being run out on 10 in Sunday’s meeting.

He looked in good form before that, though, hitting a four and a six in seven balls at the crease, so backing him to return to form on Tuesday looks a good bet.


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