Match Preview – Australia vs Pakistan | ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

We caught up with both teams ahead of today’s Cricket World Cup match.

Australia played outstandingly to win their initial two matches of the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales. After their pounding triumph against Afghanistan, the Windies gave the Aussies a run for their cash. Be that as it may, Aaron Finch and Co rose triumphant by 15 runs. In any case, India made them taste their first destruction of the super occasion as they lost the experience by 36 runs at the Kennington Oval.

Their next rival is Pakistan at The Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton. The Men dressed in Green began with a shambolic show versus the Windies, however, stunned every last one, moving over host and top picks England in Nottingham. Sarfaraz Ahmed and Co were unfortunate as their match against Sri Lanka got washed off. Set seven in the focuses table, Pakistan can’t bear the cost of a goof-up using any and all means.

Weather & Pitch Report

Like each other day, the estimate isn’t lovely using any and all means. There are odds of the storm for the duration of the day from the morning at 9 AM until the day’s end. The clouds will make climate melancholy. The temperature will be in the middle of 12 and 16 degrees Celsius. The dampness is relied upon to be during the 80s.
The track in the past match ended up being a decent one for batting. The venue facilitated its first ODI as far back as the 1999 World Cup. A few days ago, there wasn’t much for the bowlers and batting wasn’t troublesome. Teams are well on the way to handle first in the wake of winning the hurl. The DLS technique may likewise become possibly the most important factor because of the unfavourable climate conditions.

Team Combinations


Mushtaq Ahmed may be the best-realized Pakistani to have played for Somerset before, however while Azhar Ali as of late assumed a tremendous job in the province’s first taste of flatware – the Royal London Cup – in some time, pro batsman Babar Azam is relied upon to appear later in the mid-year for the T20 competition. What’s more, this will be an extraordinary possibility for him to give his destined to-be home ground fans a sample of what he brings to the table, while the remainder of the team chooses itself and on the off chance that anything, Pakistan look the more settled team.

Probable Playing XI:- Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed (wk/c), Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Hassan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir


The injury to Marcus Stoinis leaves Australia with a major determination call and uncovered the way that they arrived here without a potential substitution for their Nos 5 and 6. The main save batsman in the squad, Shaun Marsh, doesn’t bowl and is there to come instead of any of the best 4 batsmen. Also, the main alternative the Aussies have is to get one of their two quick bowlers, Jason Behrendorff or Kane Richardson and have Alex Carey batting at No.6. Regardless of weather conditions may bolster Behrendorff’s consideration, the danger of a forebodingly long tail could well give Richardson the gesture.

Probable Playing XI:- David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa

We caught up with both teams ahead of today’s Cricket World Cup match.
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