Australia vs West Indies, Match 10 Prediction2019-06-07
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Man of the Match: Nathan Coulter-Nile
?In the last ten games between the two sides, Australia has won nine games and lost only once
?David Warner and Aaron Finch, Australia’s openers are looking in brilliant form with the bat
?Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins bowled incredibly well in the last game and will be a threat for the West Indies
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They played just as the world champions would do and Aaron Finch would be extremely proud with the way his side defeated Afghanistan in their opening game. The bowlers did a splendid job and the batsmen were clinical in their approach. The skipper would know that West Indies are no pushover and his team will have to play their best game in the next match to win it.
Aaron Finch and David Warner played well for their fifties in the last game and ensured that the side never fell into trouble chasing the small total. The side has good batting strength with Usman Khawaja being in good form and the two experienced lads Steven Smith and Glenn Maxwell completing the middle order. Alex Carey and Marcus Stoinis have good hitting abilities and can take on the West Indian bowlers towards the end of the innings.
The side has one of the best bowling attacks in the tournament and they didn’t hurt this reputation in the last game. Mitchell Starc started well and Pat Cummins who is in the form of his life picked up vital wickets in the middle. Nathan Coulter-Nile also did well with the ball. Having Adam Zampa and Marcus Stoinis in the mix adds variety to the attack and they will look to challenge the strong West Indian batting line-up in the next game.
Aaron Finch, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Alex Carey, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Glenn Maxwell, Usman Khawaja, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa
Aaron Finch (c), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa
It was a perfect start for Jason Holder’s team against Pakistan in their first game where they made a mockery of Pakistan’s famed batting line-up and toyed with their bowling when it came to the chase. They are being seen as one of the dark horses in the tournament and Holder would want to defeat the Australians in the next game. It isn’t going to be easy but the skipper would like his team to play to its strengths.
Chris Gayle’s form with the bat is great news for the side and Nicholas Pooran also played his part well in the small chase against Pakistan. The side has a very strong batting line-up with in-form Shai Hope and Darren Bravo bringing in the orthodox touch to batting. With powerful hitters like Shimron Hetmyer, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite, and Jason Holder they are likely to challenge the Aussie bowling attack well.
Their bowlers did a splendid job in the last game with Oshane Thomas seeming too hot to handle for the Pakistanis. Sheldon Cottrell and Jason Holder also bowled well for the side in the last game. The skipper would want Andre Russell and Brathwaite to do well in the middle overs with Ashley Nurse brining in that much-needed variety to the bowling.
Carlos Brathwaite, Nicholas Pooran, Ashley Nurse, Jason Holder, Sheldon Cottrell, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Evin Lewis, Oshane Thomas, Chris Gayle, Andre Russell
Chris Gayle, Darren Bravo, Andre Russell, Ashley Nurse, Carlos Brathwaite, Jason Holder (c), Sheldon Cottrell, Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope (wk), Oshane Thomas
There is a prediction for cloud cover and rains at Nottingham on June 06 and this will test the batsmen. In the games that have been played so far at the venue, we have seen the pitch offering assistance to the fast bowlers. Any score of 320+ would be extremely competitive on this surface.
Trent Bridge, Nottingham has shown its character as a bowler friendly ground so far in the tournament. There is bounce and carry on this surface for most parts of the game. Batsmen have to do the hard work before they can start hitting on this surface. This makes it a competitive ground for both bowlers as well as batsmen on this surface.
We have already seen the surface offering assistance to the bowlers at the start of the game. The side that wins the toss would definitely want to bowl first on this surface and pick early wickets and put the opposition under pressure. In the event of rain which is very likely the side chasing would have the advantage.
Australia has started its title defense in style and has looked a good team in all departments of the game. West Indies on the other have got an even brilliant start to the tournament but the side has the habit of being unpredictable. It is the bowling that separates the two sides at the moment with Australians having a better bowling line-up and this would surely make them favorites to win the upcoming game.
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