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Australia vs England ODI Match Preview

England's title-winning heroes will return to the pitch for the series opener on November 17

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Russell Chattaraj
Russell Chattaraj
Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

AUSTRALIA: The newly crowned T20 World Cup champions England have to stop their celebrations and try to somehow concentrate on a seemingly pointless three-match ODI series against Australia, underscoring the increasingly crowded cricket schedule.

England’s title-winning heroes will return to the pitch for the series opener on Thursday at the Adelaide Oval. The game will set two power-packed teams against each other on November 17, 2022.

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Australia should be rested and determined to bounce back following their unsuccessful title defence at the T20 World Cup, but it may be difficult for England to be particularly motivated.

In order to begin a new ODI era, Australia has chosen an almost full-strength team led by Pat Cummins, who has replaced Aaron Finch as captain.

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Australia defeated Zimbabwe and New Zealand in an ODI series in Queensland in August and September, whereas England’s performance during their home summer was inconsistent.

David Warner, a high-caliber player will look to score some runs against the world cup winning side. Warner also recently hinted at his test retirement the following year.

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Jason Roy- Look out for this man as he is playing a match after a long time. If he gets going, he can be very dangerous for Australian bowlers, as his attacking ability is excellent.

Squad Status

England (probable):

1. Jason Roy, 2. Phil Salt, 3. James Vince, 4. Sam Billings, 5. Jos Buttler (capt and wk), 6. Moeen Ali, 7. Sam Curran, 8. Chris Woakes, 9. David Willey, 10. Adil Rashid, 11. Olly Stone.

Australia (probable):

1. Travis Head, 2. David Warner, 3. Steve Smith, 4. Marnus Labuschagne, 5. Marcus Stoinis, 6. Cameron Green, 7. Alex Carey (wk), 8. Pat Cummins (capt), 9. Mitchell Starc, 10. Josh Hazlewood, 11. Adam Zampa.

Also Read: India vs England T20 World Cup Semi-final Preview: The Battle for White-ball Supremacy

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  • Russell Chattaraj

    Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

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