ENG vs AUS Dream11 Prediction, T20 World Cup Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Updates For Match 26

England have won the last four out of five T20I matches against Australia.

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England and Australia will play the 26th match of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Friday (October 28) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

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Preview

England and Australia will play the 26th match of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Friday (October 28) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. Both of the teams have not had a campaign so far that they would have hoped for. England lost their last game against Ireland by five runs based on the DLS method. They are placed in the third position in the points table and need to win the remaining matches to qualify for the semi-final with ease.

Australia, on the other hand, started their campaign with a loss against New Zealand. However, they did thrash Sri Lanka in the last game by seven wickets after chasing a target of 158 runs in just 16.3 overs. They are placed in the penultimate position in the points tally and have the worst net run rate among the other six teams in their group.

Match Information

England vs Australia, 26th Match, Group 1

ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 28 Oct 2022, Fri, 2:00 PM IST, Melbourne

Probable Playing XI

England

HC Brook, DJ Malan, AD Hales, MM Ali, SM Curran, LS Livingstone, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Jos Buttler(C), AU Rashid, Mark Wood

Bench : JM Bairstow, CJ Jordan, PD Salt, RJW Topley, DJ Willey, LA Dawson, TS Mills, RJ Gleeson, L Wood

Australia

AJ Finch(C), David Warner, Tim David, MP Stoinis, MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell, MS Wade, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, A Zampa, Mitchell Starc

Bench : Steve Smith, JP Inglis, AC Agar, KW Richardson, C Green

Injury and availability news

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Balanced

ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score

150

Pitch Report

This will be the second game of the day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The pitch is expected to remain balanced throughout the game and this might be a close contest between the two arch-rivals. The team winning the toss might look to bowl as chasing might be an easy job here.

Player Picks

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Sam Curran ENG | ALL

He became the first English bowler to take a hat trick in T20Is in the opening game against Afghanistan. So far, he has taken seven wickets in two matches and will again play a key role with the ball.

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Liam Livingstone ENG | ALL

He has made a return to the side after sustaining an injury during the Hundred competition this year. He scored an unbeaten 29 runs against Afghanistan but his best performance came against Ireland in the last game. Livingstone picked three wickets for 17 runs which is also his best bowling figure in T20Is.

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Jos Buttler ENG | WK

The 32-year-old wicketkeeper-batter is captaining the side for the first time in a World Cup and is yet to showcase his power-hitting skills. He was dismissed for a duck in the last game. This will be his 100th T20I game and he will be looking to make an impact with the bat.

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Alex Hales

ENG | BAT

Since his return to the side, the right-handed opener has scored 244 runs in 11 T20Is, however, he has failed to score over 20 runs in the last four innings.

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Tim David

AUS | BAT

He didn’t get a chance to bat in the last game and was dismissed on 11 runs in the last game. He is known for his attacking batting style and is yet to deliver consistent performance.

Last Updated On - Dec 9 2022 7:45 PM

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