Malaysia will lock horns with Vanuatu in the 4th T20I of five matches T20I series. The action will take place at Kinrara Academy Oval Ground in Kuala Lumpur. The home team registered their 1st victory of the on-going series in the previous match, however, the visitor still leads by 2-1. Meanwhile, fans who are looking for live streaming, live telecast and online commentary of Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I match should scroll down for details. We will provide you with the link of Malaysia Cricket Live YouTube channel where the match will be telecast. Malaysia Vs Vanuatu, Cricket Score 4th T20I Match.
Malaysian side won the 3rd T20I of the series by 26 runs. Two matches were played on Oct 2, 2019, as the 2nd T20I on Oct 1, 2019, was rescheduled due to rain. The morning match which was 2nd T20I was won by Vanuatu by 51 runs. In the 2nd T20I, Vanuatu posted a total of 188/6, in reply Malaysia managed to only make 137/7 in 20 overs. Vanuatu batsman Patrick Matautaava scored a quick century in that match where he made 103 runs from 52 balls. He was awarded the player of the match for his blistering knock.
When to Watch Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I Match? Know Date, Time & Venue Details
Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I match will be played on Oct 3, 2019, at Kinrara Academy Oval Ground in Kuala Lumpur. The match will begin at 2:45 pm local time and 12:15 pm IST (Indian Standard Time).
How to Watch Live Telecast of Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I Match? TV Channel and Broadcast Details
Unfortunately, there will be no live broadcast of Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I match. However, fans can still catch the live-action on 'Malaysia Cricket Live' YouTube Channel.
Where to Get Free Live Streaming Online of Malaysia vs Vanuatu 4th T20I Match? Also, Get Free Live Cricket Score Updates
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Malaysian team skipper Virandeep Singh won the toss in the previous T20I match (3rd match) and elected to bat first. The home team made a strong come back with their bowling attack as they defended a small target of 135 runs against good Vanuatu batting side. Malaysian team bowlers Pavandeep Singh and Muhammad Wafiq bagged three wickets each in that game.