Here We Will Discuss Match no 26 of the T20WC 2022, in that defending champion Australia Will Take on England.
Both sides started the WC as the favorites; Australia lost the 1st Match one-sided against Newzealand, while England won a tight game vs Afghanistan. Australia easily got past the Sri Lankan challenge courtesy of Marcus Stoinis.
On the Other Hand, English Team lost to Ireland. One of the major upsets of this WC. Both will look to win their remaining matches, and the 1st task will be to win this contest.
‘Ashes” rivalry will be seen in a different format.
Australia, The Defending champions, will go hard in the contest as everything is on the line for them. They Cannot Risk another loss because of their defeat against the Kiwis. Australia will also have to look at its Net Run Rate. However firstly a win against strong England is required. Australia has all the bases covered almost; they have to look at their death bowling, especially the Pat Cummins Factor.
Everyone backs the team because of their white ball depth and style of play. The 2010 World champions and the runners-up of the 2016 WC will look to dethrone their Arch Rival Australia in the Contest. Seeing the Ball hit the Ball approach of the English has got them a great result, but they have won only 1 title since then; they will have to rise through the Embarrassing defeat against Ireland, which was a big upset, and England will need to recover quickly from that.
This contest will be Played in the Historical Melbourne Cricket Ground, where both the teams have good and some forgettable memories. The pitch will have juice, as we saw in the IND/PAK Clash. The ball will rise through the lengths and will get better over time.
Average score – 149 ( 17 matches )
Toss will not be a big factor here, as toss-winning teams have a 50/50 record.
Date and Time: 28 October, Monday, 7:00 PM Local Time /1:30 AM GMT/1:30 PM IST
Streaming Platforms: Star Sports Network and Disney Hotstar app and website.
Australia: Aaron Finch(C), David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade(WK), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa
England: Jos Buttler (c & wk), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Mark Wood.
Important Players/Must-Have Fantasy Picks
Warner has been indifferent in T20 international cricket since 2019. Average’s over 55 with 145 sr in the last 3 years; Warner’s consistency in this format is surreal. He plays in leagues Worldwide, and there is nothing wrong in saying that he has dominated every place he has played in T20 cricket. Warner will be the key for Australia.
Josh Hazelwood is the NO 1 T20 International bowler currently in the world by ICC rankings and his performances over the last 2 years. The Orthodox pacer is known for his accuracy and mixup. He will be key in the pacy MCG Track through his lengths.
We have a surprise pick here, Stokes, the T20i Cricketer has been mediocre, but the ability he is known for is something we couldn’t resist to make his name forward. Every time stokes play, he looks to score/perform.
Ben stokes may be the most clutch player of this era, especially in the last few years. From 200 in south Africa to ashes to the WC 19. Stokes has gone a long way. I hope he turns up the things in the T20i format as well for the remaining matches.
Need for speeds perfect ambassador would be the ace pacer of England, Mark wood; so far, he has bowled the fastest delivery of the tournament clicking 155kmph clicks. Wood hurries the batter with the short stuff that would be very effective in the T20 format when you are playing in the MCG.
Adam Zampa is the most elite T20 spinner of the international level at the moment among the top 8 teams; Zampa’s skiddy pace will be the biggest plus point here as he doesn’t get that big turn. He will be Lethal against the English Openers if he gets to bowl in the PP
Recent performances of ENG and AUS Players:
Australian Batters (RUNS/SR)
1) David Warner (312/152)
2) Macrus Stoinis (287/180)
3) Mathew Wade (276/148)
Australian Bowlers (Wickets/ECO)
1)Josh Hazelwood (24/7.4)
2)Adam Zampa (13/7.7)
3) Mitch Starc (11/7.9)
1)Joss Butler (255/168)
2)David Malan (506/132)
3)Moen ali (485/ 163)
England bowlers (Wicket’s/ECO)
1)Sam Curran (19/7.8)
2)Mark wood (14/6.7)
3)Adil Rashid (13/7.8)
AUS vs ENG Dream11 Team
Note: This is not our Final Team; for Final Updates, you can join us on our Telegram Channel, “Clan For Gamers“
We predict Australia to win this Match and either Warner/Hazlewood to be the best player in this match.