After a collapsing batting line-up, Maxwell single-handedly defeated Afghanistan. Most of his superhuman and unforgettable innings consisted of four-sixes. Because that day the all-rounder was suffering from leg cramps. He wanted to leave the field at one point due to discomfort. Naturally, the question arises about getting him in the last match. Australia’s last match in the World Cup round robin league is against Bangladesh. His teammate Jos Hazlewood expects Maxwell to be fully recovered before that match. He hoped, ‘Yes, I think so. It’s all about getting your hydration back on track and getting your weight back on track. I don’t think he will do much and will be back in a few days.’ Maxwell suffered excruciating pain from cramp at one stage at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday. On his way to an incredible innings of 201 off 128 balls, he collapsed on the pitch with cramps in both legs for a personal 147 runs due to this pain. He also feels tension in his back while lying down. Then he decided to leave the field. But played in the end. Australia will face Bangladesh next Saturday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. However, Australia has already confirmed the last four. Even the opponent has been finalized. They will play their second semi-final against South Africa at the Eden Gardens. As a result, it is not very important for Maxwell to take the field against Bangladesh. However, for Ajid, the match is a rule of thumb, but for Bangladesh, the match is very important. If the results of the other teams are not favorable, the equation of the next Champions Trophy of Bangladesh may depend on this match. Tigers are currently at number eight with 4 points.