Australia is unlikely force any changes to the playing XI ahead of Sunday’s blockbuster clash.
The IND vs AUS Cricket World Cup Final will be held at Narendra Modi Stadium in Delhi on November 19. The Men in yellow, who are on an 8-match winning streak will try to reproduce the 2003 World Cup Final to win their sixth ODI World Cup. Australia is unlikely force any changes in the Playing XI ahead of Sunday’s blockbuster match.
Mitchell Marsh and David Warner were explosive for Australia in the top order and will continue to be so against India. Steve Smith will be responsible for providing middle order solidity. Travis Head and Glenn Maxwell are expected to dismantle the Indian bowling attack by delivering brisk knocks.
What can we expect from the IND vs AUS final match?
- Pat Cummins won’t change the winning combination, and unless a late injury occurs, an unchanged XI will play against India.
- The Narendra Modi Stadium will have a slow surface. Spinners are expected to play a major role in the final.
- Adam Zampa is Australia’s best player in the tournament. Other spin options for Australia include Glenn Maxwell Travis Head and Marnus labuchagne.
- The toss will be important once again. The team that wins the toss will bat first, as the team chasing the ball has only won once at this venue so far in the tournament.
Predicted Australia playing XI vs IND
- Travis Head
- David Warner
- Mitchell Marsh
- Steven Smith
- Marnus Labuschagne
- Glenn Maxwell
- Josh Inglis
- Pat Cummins
- Mitchell Starc
- Adam Zampa
- Josh Hazlewood
Australia Squad for World Cup Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Marnus Labuschagne, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc.