It stayed an uneven undertaking as Australia once again went on with their strength over the West Indies in the third and last ODI to win it by eight wickets to finish a far-reaching series whitewash on Tuesday at Manuka Oval.

Australia won the toss and asked the West Indies to bat first, and their choice ended up being shallow as they confined the West Indies to 86 runs, with Xavier Bartlett guaranteeing four wickets. Spear Morris and Adam Zampa additionally gave forward leaps with two wickets each to destroy the West Indies.

All along, Australian bowlers showed excellent control and expertise, taking advantage of the circumstances to really hold the West Indies under colossal strain. The West Indies, having gone under tension toward the beginning, couldn’t make a recovery, losing their wickets consistently. Opener Alick Athanaze stayed the top scorer for the group with his 32-run score.

Pursuing a moderate objective of (87) runs, Australian openers moved toward the game with certainty and self-control, with Jake Fraser-McGurk and Josh Inglis scoring (41) and (35) separately. Jake, in any case, lost his wicket; even Aaron Hardie, who had come at No. 3, lost his wicket subsequent to scoring two runs. In any case, Josh Inglis (35*) and Steve Smith (6*) took Australia to an eight-wicket win in 6.5 overs to finish the series clear.

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