WI Vs AUS MPL Team Prediction: West Indies suffered a humiliating defeat in the first ODI against Australia. The Caribbean team, which defeated team Australia in the T20 series, did not appear in form in the 1st ODI but bounced back stronger in the 2nd ODI. In the 1st ODI Australia performed tremendously, leaving the hosts behind in every part of the game.
Mitchell Starc took 5 wickets while bowling for Australia. Due to his superb bowling, Australia was able to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, but tables turned on the 2nd ODI, with the help of Jason Holder and Nicholas Pooran, the West Indian side defeated Australia quickly.
Kieron Pollard goes unbeaten on 2 runs. The Aussies were 96-7 when Starc was ruled out. Aston Agar scored 41 runs. Shai Hope played a beautiful knockoff, 38 off 43 balls and smashed six fours in the run chase. Matthew Wade, along with Mitchell Starc, formed a 51-run partnership. Australia was down 45-6. Team Australia was expected to break the low score of 70 against England in 1977. Aussie could have broken the record against New Zealand in 1986 as well.
WI- 16 wins and 19 defeats in 35 games
AUS- 7 wins and 3 defeats and 1 No Results in 11 games
Match: West Indies vs Australia Third ODI Match
Date and Time: 27 July, Tuesday -12:00 AM IST
Venue: Kensington Oval, Barbados.
Where to Watch: FanCode
Evin Lewis, Shai Hope, Darren Bravo and Jason Mohammed.
Josh Philippe, Ben McDermott, Mitchell Marsh, and Alex Carey.
The Kensington Oval pitch has been decent for batting. In addition, the team was quite successful in the second batting. Therefore, tracking must be a way forward. It will be interesting to see how the truck works under the lights. The temperature is medium at 20 degrees Celsius and the playing conditions are sunny.
Both teams are one of the best in the world. On the current West Indies side, you can see the shadow of the vintage West Indies. Australia, on the other hand, has a hard time detecting rhythms. Our cricket perception says WI will beat Australia in its third ODI.
Evin Lewis, Shai Hope (WK), Shimron Hetmyer, Darren Bravo/Roston Chase, Nicholas Pooran, Jason Mohammed/Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, Fabian Allen, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein and Sheldon Cottrell.
Matthew Wade, Josh Philippe, Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner/Ben McDermott, Alex Carey (C and WK), Ashton Agar/Daniel Christian, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Andrew Tye, and Adam Zampa.
WI Vs AUS rivalry includes 140 matches, where 60 matches were won by the West Indians and 74 matches were won by team Australia. The rivals have also registered 3 no results and 3 ties. While touring the West Indies, Australia played 45 International matches, wherein West Indies defeated Australia 18 times and Australia crushed Indies 25 times. Both the teams registered 2 draws while playing.
Keeper – Matthew Wade and Shai Hope (VC)
Batsmen – Moises Henriques, Darren-Bravo, Kieron Pollard, and Evin Lewis.
All-rounders – Mitchell Marsh (C), Jason Holder.
Bowlers – Adam Zampa, Sheldon Cottrell, and Riley Meredith.
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