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ENG vs AUS Dream11 Team Prediction and Tips, Australia tour of England, 2nd ODI


ENG vs AUS Dream11 Team: After suffering a series defeat in the T-20’s, Australia remarkable fightback to win the last two games which include the last T-20 and the opening ODI will ring a bell or two for England. The part of the game that will stoke up Australia the most is an incredible bowling performance from the lot and also the blitzkrieg stitched by Maxwell towards the end of the innings.

England, on the contrary, will still have nothing to worry about as they didn’t go down without a fight, and the game ended on close terms. The emergence of Sam Billings was indeed a spectacle to savor while Jonny Bairstow led quite an uprising in the batting department before being dismissed for 84. Morgan took a good deal of time setting in and will like to atone things in the forthcoming ODI, which is kind of a mandate for the Barmy army if they do not want to witness unsavory scenes at Old Trafford.

Match Info:

The match is supposed to begin at 5:30 pm IST and as far as the weather conditions are concerned it is going to be a hot day in Manchester that may see temperatures of 23-degree centigrade with 68 per cent humidity in the air. Chances of a shower are low but that will not be a bother for an entire match-dampener. This is also going to be the second fixture of the series between England and Australia and if the English fail to wring out a victory, they will have to concede an unassailable lead to the visitors.

Team form:

The two victories on the bounce will give high hopes to the visitors as they will try and wrap up the series by tomorrow whereas England will have to pull off something magical in order to defy the Australian resurgence.

Venue stats:

The match will be played at Old Trafford cricket ground where the team batting first has won the game 66.7 percent. Hence the toss will play a major role. The average score will stand at 294 which promises a decent fight amongst the runs.

AUS vs ENG Who will Win Dream11 Prediction

Disappointing the ones looking for the fantasy tips, an exact prediction will be tough to give out as this will be a highly contested encounter, and both the teams will squeeze out their best to find a way to clinch this crucial game.

England will like to build on their momentum that did bedevil the visitors for a fair bit of time before they bowed out in the end. Sam Billings and Johnny Bairstow staged incredible knocks which will intensify the frown of the Aussies.

Australia, on the contrary, will desperately hope to cling on to their newfound panache and would like to challenge the might of the English squad in the latter’s backyard. Adam Zampa will love to carry on with the phenomenal bowling that has landed him considerable limelight in the recent days.

AUS playing 11 (expected): Aaron Finch (captain), Steven Smith, David Warner, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey, Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, and Adam Zampa.

ENG playing 11 (expected): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (captain), Jos Butler, Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer.

Captaincy choices:

 Josh Hazlewood – The lanky fast bowler has been growing with time and it is his economical bowling that derailed England off their line in an attempt to win the first ODI. He will look forward to carrying on with his scintillating form and wrap up things once and for all.

Jonny BairstowAs time elapses, Bairstow gets more and more aggressive. He almost took away the game from Australia before Adam Zampa bested him with a tricky delivery. However, the kind of form that he is in, this may already have the writings on the wall for Australia.

Vice-captaincy choices:

 Steven Smith Returning from a concussion, the Australian batsman will look forward to posting something herculean that can be the game-changer for the visitors. We are all aware of the fact that how menacing is Smith once he gets going.

 Jofra Archer – Slowly returning to his former scintillating self, Archer is eyeing a comeback that will put him in the front line of the English bowling and also one of the major contenders to battle the rise of the Australian tide.

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