Australia will play their sixth match of the World Cup 2019 against Bangladesh in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. The defending champions have played five matches and they have won four out of them. Thus, Aaron Finch-led side will look to continue their good form going. We take a look at Australia’s predicted playing XI and analysis.
On the other hand, Bangladesh is doing a fine job. The Tigers had come up with a fine performance against West Indies. Shakib Al Hasan is batting at the top of his game and he is going to hold the key for Bangladesh. In fact, Tigers will like to be at the top of their game.
Here is Australia’s Predicted Playing XI:
The Australian captain had scored a fine knock of 153 runs in the previous match against Sri Lanka. Thus, the right-hander will look to continue his good form going.
The southpaw batsman has been in the fine sublime in the ongoing tournament. However, Warner has had his issues with his strike rate.
The former Australian captain has made a roaring comeback into the team. Smith had scored a fine knock of 73 runs in the previous match against Sri Lanka.
The southpaw batsman could only score 10 runs in the previous match. The left-hander will like to make a solid comeback into the tournament.
The talisman all-rounder had provided the finishing touches to the Australian team as he had scored 46 off just 25 balls. Maxwell had also done a good job with the ball.
The gun all-rounder is back to full fitness and he is expected to replace Shaun Marsh in the team. Stoinis will look to make a solid return.
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The southpaw wicket-keeper batsman has provided the finishing touches to the Australian innings whenever he has got a chance to bat.
The leg-spinner was dropped in the previous match against Sri Lanka. However, Zampa can get back into the playing XI in place of Jason Behrendorff.
The gun fast bowler has bowled with fire in the tournament. Cummins has scalped 11 wickets in the five matches he has played.
The southpaw seamer is repeating his performance of the previous edition of the World Cup. Starc snared four wickets in the previous match and has taken 13 wickets so far.
Kane Richardson had scalped three wickets in the previous match against Sri Lanka. Thus, the right-arm pacer will look to continue his good form going.