Though David Warner has been off color in the trans nation T20I series he has owed it to the team for playing fearless cricket so far. Australia having won all their matches have qualified for the finals of the tri-series are awaiting their opponents.
A delighted Warner, serving as captain for the match, said: "The guys from the Big Bash have been in tremendous form and are playing fearlessly."
"The pitch had a bit in it if you hit that good length and then our batsmen finished it off clinically."
"I give the bowlers the responsibility of setting their own fields and bowling to it and they've delivered.D'Arcy Short is a fantastic player and he showed he's got a different gear, playing that anchor role."
Warner himself has registered scores of 6,4 and 2 respectively but has led his team well. Using all his experience he has taken this new look Australian T20 team to the finals of the tournament.
With 3 matches still to go before the finals and one of them featuring Australia, Warner is eying for a fourth victory to the lead up to the finals.
England and New Zealand, on the other hand, have their task cut out. Both the teams have a chance to make it to the finals and certainly when they face each other in the series next in both the teams will look for a win to get their campaign started.
Australia play New Zealand next New Zealand in Auckland on 16th, prior to which New Zealand and England play a do or die game in Wellington on the 13th.