England and Australia, the two arch-rivals will take on each other in the 32nd match of the ICC World Cup 2019. The hosts had to face a defeat against Sri Lanka in their last match and they would aim to turn the tables against Australia. We take a look at England’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis.
On the other hand, Australia has done a great job in the recent past. They had won their last match against Bangladesh by 48 runs and they would look to continue their good form going. Australia’s batting is ticking the right boxes and their bowling has also backed it up with good performances.
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Here is England’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis:
The right-hander will get another opportunity as Jason Roy is ruled out of the match. Vince will look to provide a good start to his team.
The right-hander has been in fine form with the bat. However, he was dismissed for a golden duck in the previous match against Sri Lanka.
The England Test captain has been in sublime form. The right-hander had scored 57 runs in the previous match and he has scored 424 runs in the tournament.
The England captain has led the team with aplomb. The southpaw batsman had scored 21 runs in the last match and he has scored a total of 270 runs in the tournament.
The combative batsman could not get going in the last match against Sri Lanka as he scored only 10 runs. Jos Buttler has thus far amassed 197 runs in the tournament.
The gun all-rounder had scored a blistering knock of 82 runs in the previous match. In fact, Stokes had taken England in touching distance of the win. However, he could not help them cross the line.
The all-rounder will look to add the finishing touches to England innings. Ali has done a good job both with bat as well as the ball.
The talisman all-rounder has done a good job for the England team. Woakes had scalped one wicket in the last match and he would look to deliver the goods.
The talisman leg-spinner had snared two wickets in the last match against Sri Lanka. Rashid will look to continue his good form going forward.
The gun fast bowler has impressed with his accurate bowling. Archer has thus far scalped 15 wickets in the tournament and he as bowled with great confidence.
Wood is generating quick speed and he has bowled with accuracy. The fast bowler has been England’s second best pacer as he has taken 12 scalps.