Australia will eye for their first win T20 World Cup 2016 at Dharamsala    Getty Images
Australia will eye for their first win T20 World Cup 2016 at Dharamsala Getty Images

After slamming India in the opening match, New Zealand will take on Australia in Match No.17 of T20 World Cup 2016 held at Dharamsala on Friday. The live streaming of the match will be would be available on and the live telecast will be broadcasted on Star Sports 1, Star Sport HD 1 along with Hindi commentary on Star Sport 3 and Star Sports HD 3. The online streaming will also be available on and catch all the live updates on the match here. Dharamsala has been facing terrible weather condition over the past few days with rains lashing away some important games. New Zealand will take on Australia with high confidence while some Australian players come in with experience of Indian Premier League (IPL) which could work on their favor. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: Australia vs New Zealand, T20 World Cup 2016, Match 17 at Dharamsala

As Indian conditions are favoring spinners, Australia will want to make maximum use of it with their players like Glenn Maxwell or Adam Zampa who could give the right start to the innings. New Zealand on the other hand made use of the right players in their opening match and will probably stick to them. Australia are playing around with their squad and looking for best possible options to be used for the team as noticed against South Africa T20 series. David Warner was useful in the middle order as that helped to boost the team to victory on South African soil. Australia’s fast bowling attack looks strong with James Faulkner, Josh Hazlewood who has had positive start with hat-trick in warm-ups and then you have Nathan Coulter-Nile who could be the next fast pace bowler for Australia. READ: Australia vs New Zealand T20 World Cup Match 17 at Dharamsala, Preview: Kiwis look to carry momentum

New Zealand have Mitchell Santner, maybe can witness Trent Boult and Tim Southee against Australia. Overall a perfect balanced side and Australia will eye for positive start as they look to win the T20 World Cup title to their name.