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Australia won the 3rd Test, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, against New Zealand in convincing style by 279 runs to take the series 3-0.
Pink Day ,at the SCG, belonged to Australia as they led New Zealand by 243 runs
New Zealand fought back against Australia on the second day of the 3rd Test, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney after Marnus Labuschagne had completed a record-breaking double century for Australia.
Another test century from ‘that man’ Marnus Labuschagne 130* and supporting knocks from Steve Smith 63 and David Warner 45,
Prior to the first Test Match of the series, New Zealand were coming off a 1-0 victory over England at home and Australia, a dominant 2-0 win against Pakistan.
Australia won the 2nd Test against New Zealand, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, by 247 runs earlier today.
Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, the Number 1 Test bowler in the World, took 5-28 and James Pattinson 3-34 to reduce New Zealand to 148 all out,
Australia moved on from their overnight score of 257 – 4 to secure a first innings total of 467 all out
New Zealand hit back on the third day, after being bowled out for just 166 in their first innings, by reducing Australia to 167-6
Australia piled the pressure on New Zealand, who were 109-5 at the close of play on day two of 1st Test, in Perth, trailing Australia by 307 runs.
A patient unbeaten hundred from Marnus Labuschagne (110*) and stubborn resistance from Steve Smith (43) just about put Australia on top at close of play, at the Optus Stadium, in Perth, against New Zealand today
All you need to know about the New Zealand tour of Australia, comprising three Test matches, the first of which will be played in Perth from December 12.
Cricket Australia will work closely with Melbourne Cricket Ground staff to ensure the best possible wicket is prepared for the Boxing Day Test against New Zealand.
Right after the Pakistan series, New Zealand take a short flight to Australia for a three-Test series, beginning with a day-night Test on December 12 in Perth.