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With England's win over Australia, England's T20I summer is over. It was only six matches long - three matches each against Pakistan and Australia and with three wins from five completed matches, England would be fairly content.
England and Australia will both now move to Manchester to take on each other in the fifty-over format - the format both sides will be more comfortable to play. The first match of the three-match series is set to be played at Old Trafford Cricket Stadium, Manchester, on 11th September 2020. As was the case in T20s, we expect the upcoming match to be a cliffhanger. A feast for the fans is certainly on the cards.
As compared to the T20I series, not much will change for England as far as the team composition is concerned. While it has been a while since England won the World Cup title, we haven't seen them feature in many ODI matches since then. Their team will pretty much be the same with a notable absence of en Stokes.
Playing under the leadership of Eoin Morgan, England seems to be an altogether different team. The team, in all likelihood, should have Eoin Morgan back to lead them in the first match of the series. Morgan suffered a blow on his finger in the second T20I and had to miss the third match. The injury, however, wasn't deemed serious and Morgan should be back in the business.
With Joe Root returning to the scene, England's batting looks pretty strong. Joe Root did exceedingly well in the limited T20 stint for Yorkshire and will be looking to replicate his form in the fifty-over format. England will also be boosted by Jason Roy's return at the top of the order. Roy missed the T20I series against Australia and Pakistan due to a side strain.
On paper, England's batting lineup looks as good as any with terrific openers in Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy followed by an experienced middle-order consisting of Joe Root and Eoin Morgan. With the likes of Butter and Ali available to follow them, England have a batting lineup that goes really deep.
While it didn't make much difference in the T20s, bowling could be of significant importance in the fifty-over format. England have a good set of bowlers to bowl in the first powerplay, but the lack of death bowling options is apparent. Barring Jofra Archer, almost all of their bowlers are known to be expensive and Eoin Morgan will be wary of that fact. He used Mark Wood and Tom Curran brilliantly in the T20Is and they both responded in a terrific manner. If English bowlers manage to put in a performance similar to those in T20Is, beating England at home is going to be a colossal task.
Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, JE Root, Jason Roy, Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, CR Woakes, Jofra Archer, AU Rashid, Mark Wood.
It was not only the T20I series that Australia lost, they would have also lost whatever rustiness that they had before taking the field. Undoubtedly, they'll be better prepared and better equipped to take on England in the fifty-over format that they were in the shortest format of the game. Australia were uncertain of their middle-order heading into the T20I series, but their ODI outfit is better-balanced and more settled.
Just like England, Australia's squad for the ODIs is pretty much the same as their T20I squad. We are likely to see Marnus Labuschagne walk into the ODI side and his presence would have a calming effect in the middle-order. With Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne to follow David Warner and Aaron Finch, Australia's top four are as good as any in the world.
Batting deep in the middle-order are Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh who both are capable to take the game away in a matter of minutes. Mitchell Marsh produced a match-winning performance in the final T20I and will be brimming with confidence. Maxwell, however, could not do much in the T20Is but scored a brilliant hundred in a practice game that he played before the T20I series.
On the bowling front, Australia are not only rich in power but also in the options they have. Having the likes of Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Marsh, and Marnus Labuschagne who all are capable bowlers would certainly be an advantage to plug the gaps in the bowling - there aren't any, though, at least on paper. Patrick Cummins and Mitchell Starc will lead the pace department with Josh Hazelwood available as well. With Adam Zampa, Ashton Agar, and Nathan Lyon in the squad, Australia have their spin covered as well.
On paper, this Australian unit appears to be having everything. They have an excellent amalgamation of youth and experience. They have a batting lineup that goes deep coupled with a sharp bowling attack. Also, with the change in the format, their middle-order woes are likely to vanish as well. Beating this Aussie unit is certainly going to take a lot of work even for the World Champions - England.
Aaron Finch, David Warner, Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc, JR Hazlewood.
While the norm in T20s is to field first regardless of the conditions, the conditions hold a lot more importance in the fifty-over format. Short boundaries and even surface would make setting up a total difficult. Also, dew could have an impact in the second innings and both teams will be wary of that. For those reasons, we think that the captain winning the toss would want to field first.
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The weather over the past few days has been perfect to play Cricket. Sun has been shining bright with patches of clouds covering the sky. On Friday as well, the weather is expected to be similar as it has been over the last few days. The temperature will hover in the range of 13 degrees - probably a tad cooler than the players would have liked. The batsmen from both sides could not have hoped for a better surface than this. It is likely to be the same surface as the one used in England - Pakistan matches, wherein totals of near 200 runs were scored regularly. There might be some early assistance for the bowlers, but apart from that, it is going to be a flat deck. Setting a total would be a difficult task here and any total less than of 280 runs shouldn't pose too many problems for the team batting second.
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There is little to separate the two sides. They both have terrific batting lineups with an excellent combination of hitters and accumulators. While England are playing at home and will have an advantage, the advantage shouldn't be much considering that Australia have already spent quite some time in these conditions. On paper, Australia seems to be slightly better equipped in the death bowling department and that could prove to be the distinguishing factor in the upcoming match. While the upcoming match is expected to go right down to the wire, we think that Australia - with a better bowling attack will manage to edge past England in the first ODI of the series.
With Jason Roy likely to be back in the playing eleven, England will have a new opening pair yet again. While on one hand, Jonny Bairstow has struggled with consistency, on the other, Jason Roy will be making a comeback after a while and is likely to be a bit jittery. On the contrary, the Aussies have a settled opening pair of David Warner and Aaron Finch, who both looked in reasonably good touch in the T20Is. Given those factors, Australia is more likely to have a better opening partnership.
Batsmen of both sides are pretty strong on anything straight and will put away any delivery in that region. Another factor that helps here is that Australia have a left-right combination at the top and bowlers might struggle with the lines early on. The leg side will be open in the first few overs and with a good reward, this bet seems to be a good proposition.
It is expected to be a terrific surface to bat on. Close to 400 runs were scored in each of the England - Australia T20Is, which highlights the nature of the surface. Batting will be easy and a total of 275 should be easy to achieve. This definitely is a value bet that has low risk attached and offers reasonably good returns.
Aaron Finch looked in sublime form in the T20Is. The longer format of the game will allow him to spend more time in the middle and build the innings without taking unnecessary risks. The surface isn't going to be difficult to bat on and the ball should come on the bat nicely - exactly what Aaron Finch would like. Bet on Finch to score a personal score of fifty or more.
Jason Roy is making a comeback after an injury and might not be at his hundred percent. Australia have an excellent pace attack that can exploit any vulnerabilities that Roy shows in the first few overs. Even though Roy is a pretty good player of quick bowling, we think that he is likely to find scoring a tad difficult against the Aussie pace attack and throw away his wicket in a bid to launch a counter-attack. Bet on Jason Roy to be dismissed for a personal score of 32 or less.
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