South Africa finished a 3-0 arrangement whitewash over Australia with a 6-wicket win in the third ODI at Potchefstroom. Australia were floated by Marnus Labuschagne's lady ODI century as they scored 254/7. For South Africa, JJ Smuts set up an overall exhibition, recording figures of 2/42 and afterward top scoring for his group with 84 off 98 balls.
Mucks and Kyle Verreynne first consolidated to set up a 96-run represent the third wicket and remove the game from Australia before Heinrich Klaasen polished the game off in style with back to back fours and a six in the 46th over.
Australia rejected South African openers Quinton de Kock and Jaaneman Malan inside the initial 11 overs. Nonetheless, Verreyne and Smuts took the Proteas back to the prevailing position they had been for the majority of the match before that.
Verreyne was expelled on 50 after which Klaasen and Smuts proceeded with the consistent advancement.
Mucks fell in the 43rd over on 84 after which Klaasen raised the stakes. He hit two fours in the following two overs before polishing the game off in the 46th crushing 14 runs off the initial three wads of the over.
Prior, Labuschagne was the main batsman who looked agreeable on the Potchefstroom pitch. Aaron Finch, David Warner and Steve Smith all fell inside the initial 15 overs after which D'Arcy Short remained steadfast with Labuschagne to set up 81 for the fourth wicket.
It was Smuts who got the leap forward by expelling Short for 36.
Labuschagne would nearly bat through the innings however tumbled to a moderate ball by Anrich Nortje in the last over of the innings.