Not-vax doing its thing
Jogger gets reparations

Near total humiliation

Australia are back home and have began their two weeks' quarantine. They will have plenty of time to reflect on a tally of two wins and eight defeats in ten T20Is over the last month in the West Indies and in Bangladesh. There was a one-day series victory in the Caribbean which was not insignificant, but in terms of the immediate priority, it was a sobering experience.

Australia had never lost any series to Bangladesh before. Then, they got a 4-1 thrashing.

The very last game was literally their lowest:

62 Australia's total in the fifth T20I against Bangladesh, their lowest ever in the format. Their previous lowest was 79 all out against England in 2005, which was only their second T20I appearance.

Australia will bounce back. They eventually do. But that last game was really ugly.


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