Today match Prediction of England vs South Africa Match cricket Prediction, Toss Prediction, Who will Win, Pitch Report, weather report etc of world Cup 2019.
Australia vs West Indies Match Prediction: Today Match Prediction
AUS vs WI ICC World Cup Match Prediction Today – Match 10, 2019
ICC World Cup 2019, London: After registering easy wins in their respective matches, Australia and West Indies will lock horns each other in the tenth match of the World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham here on Thursday.
Australia and West Indies started their World Cup 2019 campaigns in the same way by securing seven-wicket victories over their respective opponents Afghanistan and Pakstan and will look to take the top spot when they face off each other at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
Australia Team Updates :
The Aussies registered easy victories in their warm-up matches against England and Sri Lanka, before demolishing Afghanistan with a seven-wicket win. Pacer Pat Cummins was the top pick from the bowlers with 3-40, before David Warner scored a staggering 89 as they chased a minimal target with seven more wickets left.
Both David Warner and Steve Smith have both attracted with their form by playing considerable knocks in warm-up games and league matches.
West Indies Team Updates : In their first match, Windies bundled out Pakistan for meager runs of 105 at this venue, with bowler OShane Thomas taking four wickets which halted their top order.
Chris Gayle smashed a thunderous 33 ball half century to provide his side a comfortable victory. Nicholas Pooran Provided an unbeaten 34 off 19 balls and 7/1 with his bowling performance.
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
At this venue, there is a chance of heavy rainfall which might play a spoilsport during the match. The temperature may decreases as the game progresses.
As we have seen in the first match, the pitch might be a tricky bowling wicket with a lot of bounce and swing, which favors the bowlers.
Australia vs West Indies toss prediction:
The captain who wins the toss might elect to bowl as the pitch provides new ball bowlers some swing and bounce which finds it difficult for the batsman.
Australia Team news:
After their first win, there seem no changes expected from Australia. Openers Aaron Finch and David Warner both scored the fifties while the form of Khawaja and Steven Smith leading in the World Cup make their batting line-up as one of the best.
Middle-order batsman Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis provide much-needed balance in the team, while Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc provide thunderous start which strikes fear into opposition batting attack.
Australia possible XI :
Finch (C), Warner, Khawaja, Smith, Maxwell, Stoinis, Carey(WK), Cummins, Starc, Coulter-Nile, and Zampa.
West Indies Team News:
As usual, Windies aren’t expected to make changes in their side. Darren Bravo provides balance in the middle order while, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope are fit and in the best shape.
All-rounders Andre Russell, Jason Holder, and Carlos Brathwaite are capable of bowling and scoring some quick runs. Ashley Nurse will continue as the main spinner while all are looking on young gun Oshane Thomas who grabbed the man of the match award for his epic performance against Pakistan.
West Indies possible XI :
Gayle, Hope(WK), Bravo/Lewis, Pooran, Hetmyer, Russell, Holder(C), Brathwaithe, Nurse, Cottrell, and Thomas
Head to Head:
Australia vs West Indies
Australia won: 73
West Indies won: 60
No result: 3
World Cup head to head:
Australia vs West Indies
Australia won: 4
West Indies won: 5
No result: 0
Australia vs West Indies match prediction:
Australia is very aware of the fact that West Indies line-up has some of the biggest hitters in world cricket at the moment right now and it would really require some great effort from the Aussie bowlers to control the hitters like Chris Gayle, Russell, and Carlos Brathwaite.
We feel this is a match to be worth watching some of the best players who put all their efforts to pick a win for their side. So we are going with Australia by going through their recent performance, form and recent track record.