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    Australia vs England | Semi Final 2, World Cup | Edgbaston | 11th July, 2019 | Australia innings

    Australia have beaten England in the warm-up as well as the group stage game, but the hosts will want to settle scores in the match where it matters the most.

    Overview

    England v Australia

    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    2019 ICC Menís Cricket World Cup, Semi-Final 2
    Thursday, 11 July; 10.30am local time; 09.30am GMT

    Before the tournament, hosts England, along with India, were touted by some as unequivocal favourites to lift the cup. No team has burst that illusion quite as magnificently as their Ashes rivals.

    Australia's dominating performance at Lord's, where they beat England by 64 runs in the group stages is still fresh in everyone's minds, but the five-time champions had announced themselves even before the tournament actually began, triumphing over the hosts by 12 runs in Southampton in the warm-ups.

    England, on the other hand, have been inconsistent. They have struggled to chase scores throughout the tournament Ė their 20-run defeat to Sri Lanka in chase of a modest 233 exemplified that. They will have to hope for a much more solid batting performance from their batsmen should Australia get the chance to bat first yet again.

    Australia too have looked a lot more comfortable defending. The two games they lost in the group stages were both while chasing, the second defeat came in their previous game against South Africa, where they fell short of 325 by 10 runs.

    That defeat has forced Australia to look at potential changes. Peter Handscomb, who was drafted into the side as a replacement for the injured Shaun Marsh, is confirmed to make his World Cup debut. Matthew Wade has been lined up as a replacement for Khawaja in the squad, who has been ruled out of the tournament with a hamstring strain. Wade has been in terrific form for Australia A, and may be considered in place of the misfiring Glenn Maxwell.

    England seem relatively settled coming into the semis on back of two wins against sides like India and New Zealand. But the two recent defeats to Australia might well cancel out any perceived psychological advantage. One can expect a close affair.


    Key players

    Jason Roy: England have looked a markedly more complete side with Roy in the side. He missed the last game against Australia at Lord's but has since returned to full flow and he would be itching to leave his mark on the big occasion.


    Steve Smith: With changes afoot in the Australian middle-order, the experienced Smith will likely have a big role to play. His form this tournament hasn't been upto the mark so far, but the weight of the occasion might just spur the 30-year-old on.

    Conditions

    Unfortunately, there is some degree of rain on the radar in Birmingham and clouds are expected to be present through the course of the game. As for the pitch, one can expect a good surface for batting.

    Squads

    England: Eoin Morgan (c), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, James Vince, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood

    Australia: Aaron Finch (c), David Warner, Steve Smith, Peter Handscomb, Alex Carey (wk), Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc, Kane Richardson, Pat Cummins, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Adam Zampa, Nathan Lyon, Matthew Wade (pending official confirmation)

    https://www.cricketworldcup.com/news/en/1275982


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    Australia v England

    • 10 of the last 12 men’s ODI encounters between Australia and England have been
    won by England (L2), one of those two defeats inflicted upon England did come last
    time out however; a 64-run victory for Australia during the ICC Men’s Cricket World
    Cup 2019 group stage at Lord’s.
    • Australia are currently enjoying a four-match winning streak over England in ICC
    Men’s Cricket World Cup matches; England’s last such victory came in the 1992
    tournament in Sydney.
    • Australia have won the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup more often than any other side
    (five times), they’ve lifted the trophy in four of the last five editions; England have
    never managed to win this competition.
    • England have beaten Australia in three successive men’s ODI matches at
    Edgbaston; the Australian men’s side have failed to win in nine matches at the
    Birmingham venue across all formats (L8, D1), last recording any sort of win there
    back in 2001 (Test match).
    • England have put together a four-game winning run in men’s ODIs at Edgbaston,
    including victory over India during the group stages of this ICC Men’s Cricket World
    Cup; they have never claimed victory five times in a row there though.
    • Australia have been involved in seven previous ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup semi-
    finals and have progressed to the final every time (W6 T1); England have won three
    of their last four at this stage of the competition, however this is the first time they
    have reached this point since 1992.
    • Mitchell Starc (Australia) needs one more wicket to set a record for the most wickets
    taken at a single edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup; he’s currently level with
    Glenn McGrath’s tally of 26 in 2007.
    • Jason Behrendorff took his only five-wicket haul in ODI cricket when Australia faced
    England during the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 group stage; his 5/44 in that
    match went down as the fourth-best ODI figures at Lord’s against England.
    • England duo Jofra Archer and Mark Wood have picked up more wickets from short
    balls at ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 than anyone else; taking 10 and six
    respectively.
    • Australia’s Steve Smith has only managed to record one half-century in his last 10 ODI
    innings versus England, that 50 did come at Edgbaston however (56 in 2017); he’s
    been dismissed five times by Adil Rashid in this format, two more instances than any
    other bowler has managed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Surprised that England have actually managed to win 61


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    In sha allah england Iím tired of Australia not again I hope so not

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    Will we see a rematch of the 2015 World Cup final?

    There has never been a World Cup final rematch in the history of the tournament as consecutive World Cups have always had one or two different teams playing in it from the previous edition. Will that change when Australia and New Zealand face each other again in the World Cup final on Sunday?

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    Would you rate this the best English World Cup team ever? More balanced than 1979 ,1987 and 1992?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harsh Thakor View Post
    Would you rate this the best English World Cup team ever? More balanced than 1979 ,1987 and 1992?
    Donít really follow English cricket but ever since I started watching cricket, best team on paper after 1999 WC. They had players like Vaughan, Mark Ealham, Nasser Hussein who averages lower than Mushfiq. This England team is a different beast. But only thing is some of the players arenít even English.

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    Arguably in terms of pure ability the most evenly matched teams ever in a World cup semi-final with The 1999 semi final teams of Australia and South Africa.Similar to 1975 England-Australia semi final or 1987 but more evenly poised.

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    Australia have never lost a ODI final.

    England have won their last ten games at Edgbaston, their fortress.

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    How they play Starc will decide there future in this wc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Australia have never lost a ODI final.

    England have won their last ten games at Edgbaston, their fortress.
    What about 96 wc final?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harsh Thakor View Post
    Would you rate this the best English World Cup team ever? More balanced than 1979 ,1987 and 1992?
    I don’t know what ‘balanced’ means in this context.

    in 1979 England had Willis and Botham but were too slow with Boycott and Brearley.

    In 1987 Botham and Gower took the tournament off. Annoying because their replacements were Athey and Capel who failed in the Final.

    In 1992 they had a very good batting side but Wood and Archer would have got into the workmanlike bowling attack.

    So yes, this is their best ever ODI side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afhan Ali View Post
    What about 96 wc final?

    Oops, meant semi-final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Australia have never lost a ODI final.

    England have won their last ten games at Edgbaston, their fortress.
    Never lost a semi final actually

    Australia have lost two finals 79 and 96

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Australia have never lost a ODI final.

    England have won their last ten games at Edgbaston, their fortress.
    Second stat is pretty useless, Australians are the Greek pantheon of gods in WC.

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    Just leaving my hotel.

    Literally EVERY person going to the cricket is not just an India fan, but an Indian.

    Further evidence of the death of white ball cricket among white English people under the age of 50.

    (Iím going to upload an article later about how the ground experience in England has gone backwards over the last 40 years as the administrators write off ordinary ticket revenue and conclude that only TV and hospitality money matters.)

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    Big big game for the home nation different context but just like the Germany v Italy in 2006 Gelsenkirchen Eng need to handle pressure toss will be important id say bat first


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    So wade and handscomb are in the squad? They'll play also I think

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    Big game coming up whoever win the toss will win the game.

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    Hopefully the commentary today will not be garbage and fanboyish


    Quote Originally Posted by Arsal_AK View Post
    If Hafeez can get two hundreds in a game anyone can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junaids View Post
    Just leaving my hotel.

    Literally EVERY person going to the cricket is not just an India fan, but an Indian.

    Further evidence of the death of white ball cricket among white English people under the age of 50.

    (I’m going to upload an article later about how the ground experience in England has gone backwards over the last 40 years as the administrators write off ordinary ticket revenue and conclude that only TV and hospitality money matters.)
    Looking forward to this.

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    Its all about the toss whoever wins the toss will win the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junaids View Post
    Just leaving my hotel.

    Literally EVERY person going to the cricket is not just an India fan, but an Indian.

    Further evidence of the death of white ball cricket among white English people under the age of 50.

    (I’m going to upload an article later about how the ground experience in England has gone backwards over the last 40 years as the administrators write off ordinary ticket revenue and conclude that only TV and hospitality money matters.)
    Yes thats true but thats not the main reason behind this. Actually many indian fans bought ticket early because they thought india will play this match as they were 2nd in league table until the very last match.

    Yes, Cricket is not as popular but its semi final and Emgland playing in it. So enthusiasm is not as low. But yeah not satisfactory and we all know cricket popularity is on decline in UK due to lack of interest. On top of it Cricket is not free to TV in England and thats sad!

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    Australia batting first.

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    Aussies draw first blood by winning toss and batting first...

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    They gotta bat well if they want the toss to be at their advantage.

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    Advantage Australia.

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    Another final for Australia by winning the toss.

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    So it will be an Australia vs New Zealand final


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    What's the pitch report?

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    Australia batting first.

    Letís see if England can get rid of their Ďchokersí tag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mueez View Post
    Australia batting first.

    Let’s see if England can get rid of their ‘chokers’ tag.
    When have England choked? This is their first semi since 1992! Did they even have the chance to choke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Patriot View Post
    What's the pitch report?
    Batting pitch. To be remain same through out the day.

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    I would like to See Carey coming at no.5 both Stionis and Maxi have been poor throughout where as
    carey has grown into a champion.

    Pitch looks good for batting but still First blood to Aussies, Get on the two openers early and Aussies
    can be put into tremendous pressure

    Rooting for England today

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Does this mean Alexy Carey finally at number 5?

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    England made a mistake by going in with Adil Rashid, he has been pretty poor this tournament. Should have picked another pacer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    England made a mistake by going in with Adil Rashid, he has been pretty poor this tournament. Should have picked another pacer
    Actually think they should have gone with an extra spinner as pitch pretty flat there and on paper, Aussies not that great playing spin than pace...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    England made a mistake by going in with Adil Rashid, he has been pretty poor this tournament. Should have picked another pacer
    Against Australia i would have played another spinner.


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    why is this ground empty ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hb787 View Post
    Batting pitch. To be remain same through out the day.
    Thanks.

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    The World Cup Final 2019- Australia V NZ- Make Your Predictions

    This SF today was a 50/50 if England batted 1st, but as the Aussies are batting 1st, its almost certain( not quite a 100%) that Aus will be in the final. This will be a repeat of the 2015 final, who do you fancy. Aus dont seem to care for WC`s and hence they seem to be under no pressure and perform better. One Aussie journalist remarked that the less they care, the better the team are. Aussies to win their 6th World Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sycamore View Post
    why is this ground empty ?
    Because loads of Indians bought the tickets thinking thats where India will play. And also road closures reported in the area etc. It an early start.

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    Eng will win dnt panic


    Quote Originally Posted by Arsal_AK View Post
    If Hafeez can get two hundreds in a game anyone can.

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    Great toss to win. England will be heartbroken at the end of this...

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    Empty seats in a World Cup semi

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    So no 59m boundaries today?

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    Aussies surely know how to win big games.. look at how they started! Terrific

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    Lots if empty seats.. oh boy

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    Good start by Warner

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    Empty seats

    Loool

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    Come on Aussies. Get 300 then it's in the bag

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    Jofra got him.Well done boy.this is out

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    That looks out

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    It seems Michael Clarke is very happy Usman is not playing today.lol

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    And review lost too.

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    Archer!!!


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    What a reception for Smith.

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    In comes Smith.

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    Warner and finch are boring batsmen in the first 10 overs. I'm only looking forward to smith's partnership with handscomb.

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    Review wasted

    Looks like they finally watched Finch getting out to Bhuvi countless times. They were too short to Finch in the last game

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    Oh boy... can't wait to welcome Australia into the losers club

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    Jofra has been wonderful in this world cup.

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    Australia losing will heal the scars of yesterday a little bit

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    What a preview to the Ashes... get Jofra boy into the squad already!

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    Need to get them under 250.

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    Warner is the key.. get him and win the world cup!!!

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    At work, how are the conditions? Read on cricinfo the pitch looks flay. Overhead?

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    Aaron Finch is not that good people make him out to be.His technique is very faulty.

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    Is this Handscombsí first game?

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    Why has icc changed it, it more or less 62m from both sides but against ind it was 59m and 78m on both sides on this ground.

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    Eng might win world cup..

  74. #74
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    Yeah shabba.wonderful start from england.it seems world cup is coming home

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    Warner gone too.

  76. #76
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    Wow.

    England all over Australia.

    Beauty of cricket.

  77. #77
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    That looks out

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    Lets go england,lets go.Beat these ozzies.Cant take a 6th aussie win.

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    Game is finished. Easy win for England now. Warner was the man they wanted.

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    Look to be bowling well, might have been a good toss to lose


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