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Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia Vs England

Cricket World cup 2015: Match 2(D/N)
Date: February 14, Time: GMT 03:30, IST 09:00
Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia)

Team Australia:
4 time world cup winning team is one of the tough team to face in Cricket world cup 2015. Taking the home advantage Australia want to re gain their world title. Team is filled with experienced and young cricketers in the likes of Michael Clarke, Steven Smith, David Warner who will make their their batting department much stronger. In the Bowling Mitchell Johnson will lead from the front with young bowlers like Hazlewood, Starc.

Michael Clarke (captain), George Bailey (vice captain), Steve Smith, David Warner, Shane Watson, James Faulkner, Aaron Finch, Pat Cummins, Xavier Doherty, Brad Haddin (wicket keeper), Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Starc.

Team England
Cricket started in England but it did not won the ODI world cup in the 10 world cups so far, cricket world cup 2015 England’s team is filled with young and missing some experienced players lie Kevin Peterson and Alastair Cook. Anderson and Broad will lead the bowling from the front while Bell, Morgan Taylor will make their bowling department very strong. England made it to the quarter-finals in India in world cup 2011. They made it to the final in 1979, 1987 and 1992 but missed to lift the title

Eoin Morgan (captain), James Anderson, James Taylor, Ballance, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Moeen Ali, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Stuart Broad, Steven Finn, Jos Buttler (wicket keeper), Tredwell, Chris Woakes ,Chris Jordan.

Head to head matches at world cup:
They played 6 matches before cricket world cup 2015 in world cups in which Australia won 4, England won 2. Australia have high win ratio and also have advantage to play against home crowd this year.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia Vs England


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