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ICC World Cup 2019 Semi-Final 2 Australia vs England Match Prediction Who Will Win Today

ICC World Cup 2019 Semi-Final 2 Australia vs England Match Prediction Who Will Win Today

The Semi-Final 2 of the World Cup 2019 will feature Australia facing England at Edgbaston, Birmingham on July 11. Keep reading to find out the ICC World Cup 2019 Semi-Final 2 Australia vs England Match Prediction.

The arch-rivals meet in yet another huge game of the tournament. In the group stage, Australia had defeated the hosts at Lord’s. But the conditions will be pretty different at Edgbaston. England loves playing on surfaces that are batting-friendly and this venue is likely to provide that. However, the defending champions also won’t mind playing on such a strip as their batsmen are also in good form.

Australia lost the last game against South Africa which meant they slipped to No.2 as India overtook. Earlier, they were slated to meet New Zealand in Manchester but instead, they’ll now face the hosts. While England has a daunting batting line-up, Australia has been there in such big games on plenty of occasions. They know how to win pressure games and this is where the Englishmen will be tested. Let’s find out who will win 2nd semi-final of world cup 2019 between Australia vs England today match prediction.

Here is our AUS vs ENG World Cup 2019 Semi-Final 2 Prediction

Case1: If Australia bats first

First Innings score prediction: Australia will score 310-320

Result prediction: Australia will win the match by 20-30 runs

Case2: If England  bats first

First Innings score prediction: England will score 330-340

Result prediction: England will win the match by 40-50 runs

AUS vs ENG Predicted XIs

Australia Predicted XI:

Aaron Finch (C), David Warner, Steve Smith,  Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon,  Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis

England Predicted XI:

Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (C), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Liam Plunkett

Australia vs England Head to Head Records

AUS vs ENG Head to head in World Cup

ENG vs AUS Total Matches in World Cup: 8

England won: 2

Australia won: 6

ENG vs AUS Head to head in ODI’s

ENG vs AUS Total Matches: 148

England Won: 61

Australia Won: 82

No result/Cancelled/Abandoned/Tied: 5

AUS vs ENG Match Prediction:  In a high-pressure game, runs on the board make a huge difference. Chasing a target is never easy in knockout matches. Also, the teams that have batted first, have won most of the matches in this tournament. Batting second gets tougher as the pitches slow down. So, bat first and win the game would be the mantra.

Also read: List of ICC cricket world cup winners of all time

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  1. Zohaib

    July 11, 2019 at 11:57 am


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