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Sunday, June 9, 2019

Ind vs Aus 14th match | ICC Cricket world Cup 2019 |Dream11 Team and prediction By Dream11tech

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Ind vs Aus Today live match
When: Australia vs India, June 9, 10:30 Local, 15:00 IST

Where: The Oval, London

Match Details:-
India vs Australia, 14th Match
Date:- 9th June 2019, 03:00 PM IST
Venue:- Kennington Oval, London
Head to Head in ODIs:-
Matches: 136
Australia won: 77
India won: 49
Head to Head in World Cup:-
Played: 11
India won: 03
Australia won: 08
Pitch Report:-
A fine sunny day is with a few showers expected in the afternoon. However, the wicket will be dry as compared to other surfaces here in England which will definitely bring spinners into play. Chasing has been a tough ask here in this World Cup which makes the toss very crucial.
Fantasy Preview:-
The Kennington Oval in London will play the host or India’s second encounter of ICC World Cup 2019 where they will be facing the reigning and 5-time champions Australia. The defending champions have started their World Cup 2019 campaign on a promising note as they have won both their encounters so far.
They defeated the minnows n their opening game by 7 wickets and then went onto defeat Windies in a closely fought contest by 15 runs. On the other hand, India played their first match of ICC World Cup 2019 on 6th June and defeated the Proteas by 6 wickets to kick-start their campaign on a winning note.
Both these teams have been bitter rivals in the past and the animosity these India vs Australia carries is always at the peak. Can Australia win their third game on the bounce, or will India register their second win of the ICC World Cup 2019 handsomely? We will get the answers tomorrow when these two champion sides take the field tomorrow.

What to expect: The weather's been stereotypically fickle around England over the last couple of days. Bouts of heavy rain have been followed by bright sunshine, and the stiff breeze has made it rather challenging for every non-local to get used to. And it wasn't surprising to hear Kuldeep Yadav inquiring about the weather for Sunday. India have historically got cold feet against the Australians in World Cups, and haven't won a league match against their arch-rivals since 1987. But a packed Oval, swarming with blue, should be the perfect venue for them to turn the corner and put one over Finch & Co.

Team News:

Australia: This is a contest that could get India thinking about their combinations. Kuldeep Yadav has admitted that Shaun Marsh is one of the few players who has played him really well, especially when India went to Australia. Marsh has a strike-rate of 92.19 against Kuldeep, and even better has been Usman Khawaja who averages 94 against the wrist-spinner. And it might be good enough to keep him in the playing XI despite his untoward knock against the West Indians, which will ensure the Indians target him with bouncers. The only other change they might contemplate is more weather-driven, and a gloomy morning could well get Australia to harbour thoughts of giving Jason Behrendorff a go, considering he's got a good record against Rohit and Kohli.

India: Australia's lack of trouble against Kuldeep might not be the only reason why India could consider Ravindra Jadeja as an option. Jadeja's inclusion will strengthen the lower-order batting significantly, and also open the door for Mohammed Shami to come in, thereby adding a lot more sting to the bowling attack, in addition the kind of pace that the West Indians used to unsettle the Australians in Nottingham.

Playing 11.
Probable XI: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (c), KL Rahul, MS Dhoni (wk), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar/Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav/Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah

Probable XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja/Shaun Marsh, Steven Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa


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