Last Update on: June 18th, 2019 at 04:25 pm
Afghanistan will have another stern test when they will take on hosts England in the 24th match of the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. The Afghan team is at the bottom of the points table as they have lost all their four matches. Consequently, they would aim to turn the tables in their fifth match. We take a look at Afghanistan’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis.
On the other hand, England has been a dominant force in the ongoing World Cup. The hosts have come up with complete performance and they would look to continue their dominance against Afghanistan. England has won three out of the four matches they have played.
Here is Afghanistan’s Predicted Playing XI.
The southpaw batsman got off to another good start as he scored 22 runs. However, the left-hander once again failed to convert it to a big score.
Noor Ali Zadran
The right-handed batsman had crawled to 32 runs from 58 balls in the last match against South Africa. Zadran will aim to give a solid start to his team.
The right-hander could score only six runs in the previous match against the Proteas. Hence, Shah will like to make a solid comeback against England.
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The southpaw batsman could only score eight runs against South Africa. Thus, Shah will need to deliver the goods with the bat. The left-hander had scored a fifty against New Zealand.
The left-hander has been Afghanistan’s best batsman thus far in the tournament. However, he was surprisingly dropped in the last match against South Africa.
The talisman all-rounder hasn’t been at his best in the ongoing World Cup. A lot is expected from Nabi and would like to stand tall to all the challenges.
The wicket-keeper batsman has also failed to impress with his performances since he has come into the team in place of Mohammad Shahzad.
The all-rounder has failed to lead his troops with confidence. Naib has been under the microscope for his captaincy and he would look to inspire his team.
The talisman leg-spinner had smashed 35 runs from 25 balls. However, Rashid Khan went wicketless against South Africa. Thus, he has failed to create an impact.
The fast bowler was economical in his spell but went wicketless. Hence, he would like to be right on the money to get his scalps.
The pacer was able to keep the runs at bay. However, he was also not able to get among the wickets. Thus, he would like to hit the straps.