Australia and England face off in a high voltage match on the World Cup stage on Saturday. The five-time world champions are set to take on Jos Buttler’s side at the Narendra Modi Stadium. However, there is no chance of England reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup at the moment. There, Australia has won the last four matches and is well ahead on the way to the semi-finals. If they beat England, the semi-finals will be virtually sealed for Australia. But it cannot be said that Aji Bahini is completely secure in that regard. Let’s see if they can finally win against England.
Despite losing the first two matches in this year’s World Cup stage, Australia has won all four matches in a row. Also, David Warner is in a terrible form for Australia. The star cricketer also scored a century for Australia in the last match against New Zealand. Mitchell Stochark and Pat Cummins are also in form with the ball. But two star cricketers of Australia will not be able to play in this match against England. Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh will not be able to play in this match against England.
On the other hand, England has won only one match so far in this World Cup stage. The British forces had to lose awkwardly in the last match as well. The fact that their confidence has sunk to rock bottom is beyond doubt. They have not reached the semi-finals of the World Cup. But this match against Australia is very important for England in the upcoming Champions Trophy. British forces have to win against Australia to get into that competition. Both teams are going to land at Narendra Modi Stadium.
Batters can get an added advantage on the Narendra Modi Stadium pitch. In the two matches played so far at this stadium, the batters have always been seen to get extra advantage. That trend is expected to continue in this match as well.
Possible starting XI for Australia vs England
Australia: Travis Head, David Warner, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis. Marcus Stoinis, Cameron Green, Pat Cummins, Mittel Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood
England: Jonny Bairstow, David Malan, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone/Harry Brook, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood
Australia vs England head to head
Match – 155
Australia won – 87
England won – 63
No result – 3
Draw – 2
Australia vs England Match and Broadcast Details
Time – 2 PM (Indian Time)
TV Broadcast – Star Sports Network
Live Streaming – Disney + Hotstar