World Cup 2019: Indian team will look to better their record against Australia in a London Blockbuster

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India will look to break Australia’s winning streak of 10 matches


India is all set to face the in-form Australian team in London today in the 14th game of World Cup 2019. Australia hasn’t lost any match since the Ranchi’s match early this year. Australia has won 10 matches on a trot and will look to make it 11 on a trot at The Oval in London. The clash of two heavyweights in modern day cricket is surely going to be a blockbuster.

Aussies were not able to win many series in absence of their two batting giants Steve Smith and David Warner till their tour of India this year. They won the 3rd match of the series and since then haven’t lost any match.

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Australia is a tough team to beat in big tournaments. They are the most successful team in the World Cup by winning it 5 times. They have a record of 8-3 in the World Cup against the Men in Blue.  Indian team would look to better the statistics in the London blockbuster.

To play Kuldeep or not, a big question ahead of the series

Both the teams are properly balanced in their both batting and bowling departments. Indian team edges out Australia because of their better spin attack which consists the Kulcha. However,  Kuldeep Yadav has been most vulnerable against the Kangaroos as he averages 33.26 against them. His economy of 6.08 isn’t that impressive too.

Virat Kohli might play with Mohammad Shami and Ravindra Jadeja in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav. Australia might wanna bring Shaun Marsh and Jason Behrendorff.

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Indian team doesn’t have a good record against Kangaroos

Last time when India clashed with Australia at The Oval was in 1999 which Australia won by 77 runs. India hasn’t been able to defeat Australia in League matches since 1987 in the World Cup. They defeated Aussies in 2011 World Cup quarterfinals.

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