Mitchell Marsh leads Australia to victory, beating West Indies by 4 runs in 4th T20

Australia thrashed the West Indies by 4 runs in the fourth game of the five-match T20I series. For the team, Michelle Marsh first opened the team’s winning account with a fantastic performance in both bat and ball in the series. Batting first after winning the toss, Australia scored 189 for 6. In response, the West Indies were able to score only 185 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Kangaroo fast bowler Mitchell Starc scored 11 against Andre Russell in the last over.

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Chasing a 190-run target, Evin Lewis and Simmons made a good start to the Caribbean and added 62 for the first wicket. Lewis scored 31 off 14 balls and Adam Jampa threw. Chris Gayle, who played a stormy innings in the last game, couldn’t do much in the fourth T20 and only scored one run. Fletcher (4) and captain Nicholas Pooran (16) are also disappointed with their performance. Lendl Simmons played a brilliant innings of 72 runs with 48 balls and 10 fours and 2 sixes. Michelle Marsh Simmus finished the innings. Andre Russell (24 not out) and Fabian Allen (29) hit some big shots in the last over, but they failed to win the team. For Australia, Marsh took 3 for 24 in 4 overs while Adam Jampa sent two batsmen to the pavilion for 20 runs.

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Australia had not had a good start before and wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade was dismissed after scoring just 5 runs. After that, skipper Aaron Finch (53) and Mitchell Marsh (114) were all out for a second wicket. Finch hit Hayden Walsh for 54 off 37 balls. On the next delivery, Walsh sent Alex Carey to the pavilion. Marsh continued to hit big shots from one end. However, he did not get the support of other batsmen from the other end. In the last over, Daniel Christian scored 22 off 14 balls to give Australia a massive total of 189 runs. Marsh played a fantastic innings, scoring 75 off 44 balls.

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