The most successful team of World Cup will enter with confidence
The most successful team of World Cup will enter ICC World Cup 2019 with an abundance of confidence. Till ‘India’s tour of Australia’ the team wasn’t doing well. They came to India and defeated a strong Indian team at their home.
Even after losing first two matches in a 5 match series Australia created history by winning rest three matches. They won the series 3-0 which nobody expected. Few people might say that winning in India was an odd chance but what about the 5-0 crush against Pakistan at their home.
Steve Smith and David Warner’s return will boost the batting
Former Captain and Vice-Captain Duo Steve Smith and David Warner is returning to the team which will boost the team in leadership and batting. The Duo will help the current Captain Aaron Finch in decision making at crucial stages in the game.
Chances for Usman Khawaja opening the batting seems little fuzzy after the return of David Warner. Khawaja and Aaron Finch have been in great form since India’s tour. Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stonis will handle the middle order. Alex Carey will be keeping wickets for the team in the 45 days tournament.
Lots of option in the pace department for Aussies
Aussies have a decent pace attack. They have Mitchell Starc, Jason Behrendorff, Kane Richardson, Pat Cummins and Nathan Coulter Nile who will threaten the batsmen with their bouncers and swing in the bouncy and seaming wicket of England and Wales.
The “Kangaroos” are going in World Cup 2019 with two spinners. The young Leg-Spinner Adam Zampa and experienced off-spinner Nathan Lyon will provide them the variations. Even though there won’t be much assistance for spinners but these two can be very handy in breaking partnerships at crucial times.
They have the nerve to win series
Australia will fancy their chances to reach in the Semi-finals. They have the players and history to take their team to another eternal glory of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Australian team knows how to play in big tournaments; we saw how they won the World Cup 2015 even though they weren’t the top contenders.
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