Australia and Bangladesh will take on each other in the 26th match of the ICC World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The defending champions are in fine form and they have peaked their game at the right time. Aaron Finch-led side had dominated Sri Lanka in their last game and they would like to continue their same form against Bangladesh. We take a look at the Weather Report as rain has been sadly the talking point of this World Cup.

On the other hand, Bangladesh had come up with a complete performance against West Indies. The Tigers had strolled to the run-chase of 322 runs on the back of their in-form batsman Shakib Al Hasan.

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It is going to be mostly sunny in Trent Bridge.

The southpaw is currently the leading run-getter of the tournament with 386 runs and he would like to continue his good form going. Furthermore, Litton Das had played a blistering knock of 94 runs which was a big positive for Mashrafe Mortaza-led side.

Moreover, Bangladesh’s fielding had delivered the goods in the previous match. They had saved 25-30 runs in the outfield and the fielders will look to back their bowlers.

On the other side, Australia’s batting is ticking the right boxes. Aaron Finch had scored a blistering hundred and he was at his best. However, David Warner’s strike rate can be an issue for the team. But there is no denying the fact that the southpaw batsman has come good upon his return.

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Steven Smith is getting the runs consistently for the team however Australia’s finishing needs a bit of sharpening. They haven’t added the finishing touches in their batting and it is going to be crucial to end the innings on a high.

Weather Report:

The rain has played a killjoy in four matches of the World Cup. However, the rain gods are going to stay away from Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 20 June. The temperature is going to hover around 11 Degree Celsius and it is going to be mostly sunny. So we can expect the full quota of 100 overs in the match.

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