Australia vs England Preview – 3rd ODI

Australia vs England

Australia defeated England quite comprehensively in the first two ODI matches of the series. The 3rd ODI is now just a formality as series already won by Australia. Australia won both matches by 06 wickets and 72 runs respectively. Australia vs England Preview is below for for our readers.

Team Combinations

Australia

Australia have been taken home by some outstanding performances by their seasoned players like Smith and Starc who both have point to prove after ICC WT20 2022 snub. Adam Zampa has been the real star with the ball in 2022 and ahs already taken 26 scalps in 11 games.

Probable XI: David Warner, Travis Head, Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazelwood and Adam Zampa

England

England in looking for so many answers and they need to find them early if they want to salvage some pride. They are the current ODI champions but injury to several players is not helping them The players that are available must need to click as a group to save England from a white wash

Probable XI: Jason Roy, Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, James Vince, Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Liam Dawson, Chris Jordan, David Willey, Luke Wood and Olly Stone.

Head to Head

In 154 matches between the two sides, 86 have been won by Australia while England have won 63. England are clearly lagging behind in head to head record, and if Australia continue their dominance, then their lead would strengthen further.

Players to Watch Out For

For England it would definitely be Dawid Malan. Malan scored 134 in the first ODI. He was in great rhythm in the ICC World T20 2022. Despite troubling the entire batting lineup of England, the Aussie bowlers did not have an answer for Malan’s brilliance. A lot relies on him and the skipper Jos Buttler as both of them are senior pros and more importantly, both are in form.

The Top 3 of Australia remain the most dangerous factor. Warner, Smith and Head are unstoppable in their home conditions. All of them scored 65+ runs in the first ODI and they were the difference maker in that game. If England need to win, they better watch out for the top 3 of the kangaroos.

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