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The world is ready to witness yet another big battle of World Cup T20. The 26th match of World Cup T20 2022 is scheduled to play between England and Australia on Friday, 28th October 2022 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne. We are posting safe, accurate, and secure today’s match predictions of the ICC T20 World Cup.
England and Australia are two big teams in T20 cricket and matches between these two teams have separate fan bases. Every cricket fan loves to watch these teams playing against each other in a T20 game. Now, these teams will be fighting in a match that must win to remain in the top two for the semi-finals.
Both teams had played two matches with one win and the other lost. England won their first match against Afghanistan but was unlucky in the next match against Ireland where they faced a massive upset and lost the match by just five runs through the DLS method. Australia faced a heavy defeat against New Zealand but had a convincing victory over Sri Lanka in the next match.
England was confident after having a sold win over Afghanistan but Ireland performed well and they were on the winning side. The previous match with England was shortened but the rain continues and the match was called off. It is true that rain played a role in England losing the match but we can’t blame rain totally. England was poor in bowling and leaked a lot of runs. They were charged for 157 runs and sent the full team of Ireland back to the pavilion in 19.2 overs. Chris Woakes was the bowler who leaked plenty of runs. He was charged for 41 runs in three overs and remained wickets less. Remember that his economic rate was near about 14. It was Liam Livingstone who proved the most successful bowler from their side picking three wickets in three overs against 17 runs.
Australia shocked its fans by losing their first match against New Zealand by a big margin but they showed their strength in the next match against Sri Lanka. The bowlers of Australia were not much impressive but they restricted Sri Lanka from scoring a big total. They leaked 157 runs in 20 overs. Adam Zampa was not part of the playing eleven and Ashton Agar replaced him. We are sure that Adam Zampa will join the team for this important match against England. Mitchell Starc was the most economical bowler in the previous match with one wicket to his name in four overs against 23 runs. Josh Hazlewood also performed well and picked one wicket in four overs while he was charged for 26 runs. Glenn Maxwell, Ashton Agar, and Pat Cummins also picked one wicket each. Pat Cummins proved the most expensive bowler who leaked 36 runs in four overs.
England vs Australia Head-to-Head Matches Record
England played 23 T20 matches against Australia where they won 11 matches while Australia won 10 matches against England. Two matches between these two teams came with no result.
Toss Prediction in Today’s Match Prediction
The toss is playing an important role in the decision of all games of World Cup T20. Having a good total on the board is always a big advantage in these kinds of big matches. According to our toss prediction, the team who will win the toss may choose to field first.
Pitch Report and Conditions
The 26th match of World Cup T20 2022 is going to be held at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne. We had observed in the previous matches played here that the pitch here at this venue is good for batting. The pitch is bouncy and fast and run-scoring is not much easy in early and middle overs. We are hoping that the surface is bound to get slower and be a bit more difficult for batting in this match. A score of 170 is going to be tough to chase.
Possible Playing XI of Both Teams for This Match
Jos Buttler (c & wk), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood.
David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade (wk), Pat Cummins, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood.