Australia mauled West Indies within the third and ultimate ODI of the house sequence to register a historic win at Manuka Oval, Canberra. Effectively led by Xavier Bartlett with the ball and Jake Fraser-McGurk and Josh Inglis with the bat, the Aussies registered their biggest-ever win by balls remaining in an ODI match.
Chasing a goal of 87, the hosts cruised to the win in simply 6.5 overs (41 balls) to whitewash the Windies with Fraser-McGurk and Inglis going all weapons blazing. They cruised to 50 in simply 3.4 overs and with out a lot of a fuss, scaled the goal down soo. The Aussies received the match with 259 balls remaining, serving to them surpass their earlier better of win with 253 balls left. The win sees the Aussies register a 3-0 whitewash over the Windies and make strides in an enormous report record.
Aussies over Windies however Pakistan nonetheless forward
The Aussies have leapfrogged the previous two-time champions Windies within the record of most ODI whitewash sequence wins ever. This was their nineteenth ODI sequence clear sweep, which makes them one away from the Windies and New Zealand, each of whom are on 18.
Nonetheless, probably the most profitable World Cup-winning facet remains to be behind Pakistan on this tally. The 1992 champions have registered 23 ODI sequence clear sweeps so far. Notably, India are a bit behind on this tally because the 1983 and 2011 winners have accomplished 16 whitewashes.
Groups to finish most ODI whitewashes:
Pakistan – 23
Australia – 19
West Indies – 18
New Zealand – 18
India – 16
England – 16
Sri Lanka – 14
Bangladesh – 14