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Australia vs England T20 World Cup 2024 17th Match Prediction

Prepare yourself for the most exciting encounter set on Saturday night at Bridgetown, Barbados. A close match of Group B will be played between Australia and England tonight. The Australians proved their mettle by defeating Oman but England had no play against Scotland due to rain.


Australia has more skilled players in their batting line-up as Warner and Stoinis have played really well in their last match against Oman. This is a team that is ready to beat the defending champions–a spirit that is very important.


England, on the other hand, would require victory in the game to keep their chances strong, as their opening match was washed out. This clash will unfold into an exciting battle as England’s players have been known to beat their best when under pressure against Australia. Let’s know everything about this match:


Detail Description
Tournament ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024
Match Name Australia vs England
Match No. 17th Match
Date 8th June 2024
Time Toss at 10:30 P.M, and Match Starts at 11:00 P.M.
Venue Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
Where To Watch Disney+ Hotstar, and Star Sports Network


Kensington Oval Stadium Pitch Conditions & Bridgetown Weather Report

Australia and England will face off at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown. As it turns out, the side that wins the toss is enthusiastically to opt for bat first. Fast bowlers have always enjoyed great success here but spinners have a chance to excel as well.


An ideal score here would be 185-195. We will be having a hot and rather humid climate with temperatures that are above 28° C. No rain activity is expected on Saturday night.


Australia Team Preview

Australia’s team news suggests some potential changes for the next match, and while Pat Cummins missed the first game, he may be back. This match could see Nathan Ellis or Josh Hazlewood being dropped to accommodate two new players in the team.


Expected best performers of this match are Travis Head who is a good opener and David Warner who loves playing against England and was in good form against Oman.


The last match saw a good performance from Marcus Stoinis both as a batsman and as a bowler, and Mitchell Starc, who was able to dismiss a batsman early on against Oman, is a danger man.


England Team Preview

England seems to have a stable lineup for the game and no change might be made contrary to what some fans have requested for Reece Topley and Sam Curran. They responded saying “We are strong because we are a loyal team and none of us are wounded”.


Some of the top players are Jos Buttler who is the captain and a fine batsman best suitable for the top order, who has no issues while facing the Australian bowlers. Phil Salt has been a successful cricketer in the year, who is also good at opening and wicket keeping.


A fast bowler named Mark Wood is always dangerous for the top-order batsmen. Some of the key players for England will include; Chris Jordan, an exponent of fielding and death bowling. England looks to keep their batting line-up the same, however, they were not so effective with the ball against Scotland.


AUS vs ENG Head to Head and Recent Performance

The Australian team has come into the match on a good run having won four out of the last five games. England has been a little erratic with the team having won two games, having one game no-result and two games being abandoned midway.


Prior to the tournament, the two sides were fairly well-balanced in the T20Is with the Australian side having 11-10 record out of 23 encounters. Interestingly, England emerged as the victor of this ground in the T20 World Cup final held in 2010.

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