Australia and South Africa will travel to Hobart to play the third and final ODI at the Bellerive Oval on Sunday, November 11, 2018.

Live updates:

Australia 33/2 in 8 overs

South Africa 320/5 in 50 overs

The match will begin at 1:50 PM Local, 4:30 AM SAST.

The three-game ODI series is currently tied 1-1 and the winner of the third game will take home the series. The series, so far, has been really interesting with Australia coming back and winning the second game after the visitors had comfortably won the first game.

Fox Sports and Sony Six live streaming info

Foxtel Sports will be streaming the game live via its app and website for the subscribers in Australia. SuperSport will be providing the live coverage in South Africa via TV and their official website and app.

Fox Sports will provide the television coverage of the game in Australia. Sony Six will telecast in India and also be live streaming the match on its website

Australia breathe some fresh air

Australia brought back Adam Zampa and Shaun Marsh in place of Nathan Coulter-Nile and D'Arcy Short in the second ODI. Though the changes were not hugely fruitful, Australia may stick to the same line-up in order to continue with a winning combination.

A series win right now would mean a world of good for the Aussies, igniting their spirits for the long home season which will see them facing India and Sri Lanka.

Klaasen's form is a concern

South Africa's batting could not rise to the occasion in Adelaide and there are certain things which they would like to work on.

Heinrich Klaasen has got an extended run in the ODI format but failed to capitalise on it. With Farhaan Behardien in the squad, the Proteas might just bring him in at the expense of Klaasen for the series decider.

The Bellerive Oval pitch has produced some really high-scoring games in the past, and it should not be a surprise if the teams are greeted with a flat deck on Sunday.

More than the pitch, it's the small boundaries which help the batsmen score runs freely at this venue. Located near the sea, there will be some breeze flowing across the ground helping the bowlers to swing the new ball. No rain is expected on Sunday, hence it should be a cracker of a game.

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