07 Feb 2018 08:40
Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia
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Australia
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Australia won by 5 Wickets Australia scored 161/5 in 18.3 and England scored 155/9 in 20.0. Glenn Maxwell played good and he is man of the match.
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Our Prediction

Australia To Win the Match, 1.73
  • Australians were extremely impressive in their last outing, against the Kiwis
  • England's T20 form hasn't been as bright as their ODI form
  • Lynn, Maxwell and Stoinis in superb form at the top of the order
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  • Tournament: T20I Tri Series 2018
  • Date: February 07, 2018
  • Format: T20
  • Venue: Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia
  • Time: 08:40

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About the Match

Australia won the first match of the series against New Zealand by 7 wickets after the second innings was reduced to 15 overs due to rain; now the hosts will face England in the 2nd T20 match to be held at Hobart on 7th February. The two teams have fought fierce contests against each other and both will be vying to dominate the other on Wednesday. It needs to be seen which team can use its resources cleverly to win this round; both have well-balanced units with experienced batsmen and bowlers, who could help their side dictate the proceedings at the Bellerive Oval grounds.

Match Preview

Australia

Fast-bowlers Andrew Tye and Billy Stanlake stifled the Kiwis in the opening match of the series, with Tye claiming 4-23 and Stanlake dismissing 3 opponents for just 15 runs. Spinners Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa also impressed well with a wicket each and helped restrict the visitors to 117 runs. With the rains playing spoilsport, Australia had to face a reduced target of 95 in 15 overs, which they easily chased down thanks to a splendid innings by Glenn Maxwell and Chris Lynn, who scored 40+ runs each.

The batting line-up consists of players like captain David Warner, who opens the innings along with D’ Arcy Short. Alex Carey, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and Ashton Agar bring depth to the side and along with Maxwell and Lynn could stabilize the innings whether batting first or during a chase. The bowling department has experienced pacers like Andrew Tye, Kane Richardson, Billy Stanlake and Marcus Stoinis, who have been doing well in the domestic T20 circuit recently.

Overall, they have a good mix of spinners and pacers, who could try to stifle the English batting line-up here; if weather cooperates, the hosts could prove to be a tough nut to crack in their own backyard.

Australia Starting Lineup

David Warner, D'Arcy Short, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, TM Head, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey, Ashton Agar, AJ Tye, KW Richardson, Billy Stanlake.

England

Fast-bowlers Andrew Tye and Billy Stanlake stifled the Kiwis in the opening match of the series, with Tye claiming 4-23 and Stanlake dismissing 3 opponents for just 15 runs. Spinners Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa also impressed well with a wicket each and helped restrict the visitors to 117 runs. With the rains playing spoilsport, Australia had to face a reduced target of 95 in 15 overs, which they easily chased down thanks to a splendid innings by Glenn Maxwell and Chris Lynn, who scored 40+ runs each.

The batting line-up consists of players like captain David Warner, who opens the innings along with D’ Arcy Short. Alex Carey, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and Ashton Agar bring depth to the side and along with Maxwell and Lynn could stabilize the innings whether batting first or during a chase. The bowling department has experienced pacers like Andrew Tye, Kane Richardson, Billy Stanlake and Marcus Stoinis, who have been doing well in the domestic T20 circuit recently.

Overall, they have a good mix of spinners and pacers, who could try to stifle the English batting line-up here; if weather cooperates, the hosts could prove to be a tough nut to crack in their own backyard.

England Starting Lineup

JJ Roy, AD Hales, Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Sam Billings, David Willey, AU Rashid, Chris Jordan, Tom Curran, M Wood.

Our Prediction

The two arch rivals have fought evenly contested games whenever they have met, and we are sure to witness an exciting game here. While England has a deep batting unit and an experienced pace attack, we feel Australia with the home advantage is better placed to emerge victorious on Wednesday.

Our Prediction

Australia To Win the Match, 1.73
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