Overall Picture : In Australia, Australian rules football is by far the most popular and most watched sport whereas Cricket is second or third most popular sport . It faces tough competition from sports like Soccer and basketball.
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T20 World Cup 2021, AUS vs SA: Australia defeated South Africa by 5 wickets in the first match of the Super 12 stage at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
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Cricket is the most popular summer sport in Australia at international, domestic and local levels. It is regarded as their national summer sport, and widely played across the country, especially from the months of September to April. The peak administrative body for both professional and amateur cricket is Cricket Australia.
To play football, all you need is a football and a field. Whereas with cricket, you need a ton load of stuff varying from bats, balls, stumps, pads, gloves and the list is never-ending. Football being a timed sport gets over in 90 minutes, add to it a few additional minutes of the penalty shootout if required.
In football a player have to tackle, defend and slide. But in cricket, if you are batting just hit the ball in the right area to get runs, if fielding then just stop/catch the ball, or if you are bowling, try to get the batsman out. Football is more popular then cricket.
Cricket in Australia is BIG. It’s THE summer sport. Some states prefer Australian rules football in the winter, others prefer rugby. But all of them go cricket MAD in the summer. cricket is also the sport in Australia where the national team has had the most success.
AUS vs SA T20 World Cup Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: Australia will hope their lacklustre top order can fire from the word go when they open their T20 World Cup campaign against an under-the-radar South African side, playing without the usual burden of pressure, in a Super 12 Group 1 match in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.