England (@1.3) vs Australia (@3.75)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

England will win

England – Australia Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 06:00

Our Dream11 team for England vs Australia ICC World Cup 2019 is all about getting the players who handle pressure well into the side. Follow @cricketbettings for the latest updates. We will be updating our Dream11 prediction for England vs Australia ICC World Cup 2019 on Twitter after the toss. This is a big match and a cool temperament is going to be critical.

They were charged for once again 258 runs. Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Nathan Lyon got three wickets each in the first inning. They won the toss and decided to bowl first in the second test match. Pat Cummins got three while Peter Siddle had two wickets to his name. The bowling unit of Australia performed well in the second inning. Australia is leading the Ashes Series with one-zero. The bowling unit of Australian side performed well and restricted the strong batting order of England side to 258 runs. They won the first test but failed to chase the target in the second test.

Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)

They had Australia six down in the final session when the match ended in a draw. The English will have taken plenty of heart from the second test, which suffered as a result of the rain. With ICC World Test Championship points up for grabs, as well as the Ashes of course, this is a key match for the hosts.

However after several deliberations and dissecting the two teams, we are going to side with England if they bat first. Its extremely tough to call a winner out of this one, a tricky proposition which has left us pondering. Australia have problems in the middle-order and if Warner, Finch and Smith go early, theyll find it tough to chase down Englands hefty score.

Tim Paines men will have to perform out of their skin to emulate a similar result, although we cannot strike out an otherwise outcome. Power up your fantasy teams with pace batteries. In their last encounter here, a decade ago, Australia beat England by an innings and 80 runs their only win on the tour. As has been the case thus far in the series, there will be enough for the fast bowlers to shoot down the batsmen. The Ashes is back at Headingley.

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He was billed as a player who would take command of his side, a pacer who England claimed would emerge as a surprise package and Archer has just done that. Especially on a Lords surface which looks to have lateral and unpredictable bounce as was visible during South Africas and Pakistans encounter a couple of days back, the new ball could decide how this match shapes up.

Australia is holding the second position on the table and in this excellent position, there is a big role in bowlers. Marcus Stoinis was another bowled who got two wickets against 54 runs in eight overs. Mitchell Starc had performed well in all previous matches he had played. Nathan Coulter-Nile also got two wickets in his ten overs bowled out against 58 runs. He got two wickets in the previous match against Bangladesh in his ten overs bowled while he leaked 55 runs. They had played a key role in every win for their team but in their last match against Bangladesh, they could not perform well as they leaked 333 runs in their fifty overs. Adam Zampa could get one wicket while Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell could not get any wicket.

Khawaja has looked good without getting a big score and will need to be more responsible in the absence of Steve Smith. Batsmen: Usman Khawaja, Jason Roy, and Rory Burns are the only batsmen we have selected in our Dream11 team. Burns has been the best opening batsmen from either side so far. Picking Jason Roy is a risk but he could be batting in the middle order in this match, a position he is much more suited for.

England Squad

Shaun Marsh, Jason Behrendorff and Kane Richardson missed out and those three, along with Nathan Lyon, are likely to miss out again against England. Marcus Stoinis returned from injury to face Bangladesh, restoring balance to the Australian line-up. With Stoinis back, Adam Zampa was also able to return to lead the spin attack and Nathan Coulter-Nile slotted back in too.

They won all five games against Australia at home last summer, including smashing their own world record when they posted 483/6 at Trent Bridge. Australia beat England in one of the warm-up matches for this tournament, but in official ODIs England have been dominant in this fixture recently. It followed a 4-1 series win in Australia in their previous series against their old enemy too.