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Watch live score of the match between Australia vs Ireland 2nd T20 World Cup 2012 to be played at Colombo, Sri Lanka on 19th September at 10:00 GMT.
ICC T20 World Cup 2nd match between Australia and Ireland is an incredibly important fixture in their group as this could decide which team makes it through and it will be a tough match. You would say Australia should win but their T20 record isn’t that great so Ireland are well in the hunt to progress in this group but they must win this match. Australia’s most dangerous player is David Warner but unfortunately he has been in woeful form with the bat. George Dockrell will target Warner early as he has a habit of getting out to the spinners but Dockrell will also look to take advantage of the pitches in Sri Lanka.
Live Australia vs Ireland 2nd T20 Match Live Stream | AUS vs IRE | 19 September 2012 Today (September 19, 2012) is the 2nd T20 world Cup 2012 match going to be held between Australia VS Ireland Group B. The match will be held in Sri Lanka , Stadium : R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Capacity 35,000, This will be T20 world Cup 2012 match of ICC Cricket. Many channels such as Star Cricket, PTV Sports, Ten Cricket, Neo Cricket, DD Sports and Geo Super will broadcast this match.Australia VS Ireland T20 world Cup 2012 Live Timing: 10:00 GMT, 15:30 local
Although Ireland have only once beaten an ICC Full Member in a T20 international - they overcame Bangladesh in the 2009 World T20 - Australia would underestimate them at their peril. Shane Watson, the vice-captain, said Australia's form in the shortest format was such that they could not afford to give Ireland a sniff on Wednesday.
"Not too many guys have been talking about it but deep inside everyone knows they are a very dangerous team," Watson said. "They've got some highly skilled players and we certainly have to be at our best to make sure we dominate the game. We need to be at our best against Ireland to make a statement in our first game because we have been very up and down with our form."
The Australians finished their recent series against Pakistan on a high thanks to a 94-run win in the last match in Dubai, and they soundly defeated New Zealand in their first warm-up match in Colombo on Saturday. However, in their second practice game against England on Monday, a nine-run loss, Australia's fast men struggled to control the swing in the humid conditions - they averaged one wide every two overs - and it is something they will need to manage in their group matches against Ireland and West Indies.
"That's going to be one of the crucial things, controlling that new-ball swing," Watson said. "In this humidity the new ball is going to swing and we have got guys who can swing the ball, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc, so we have to make sure we can control it because we can't afford to have that many extras. In the end that was the reason they got 170, and it lets the batsmen off."