England vs Australia T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction So far in the competition, England has been ruthless. We all knew its hitting was dangerous, but the bowling has been the standout thus far. The seam bowling options are Chris Woakes, Tymal Mills, and Chris Jordan, while the spinners are Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone, and Adil Rashid. This provides England with six legitimate bowling options as well as the flexibility to play in a variety of matches.
We would consider Adil Rashid for the Top Bowler in England market, given Australia’s well-known vulnerability against spin. While Australia consistently raises its game in international competitions, this appears to be the case here as well. Australia’s T20 cricket results have been dismal in recent years, but the players appear to be coming together precisely when it matters. David Warner has found form; Aaron Finch has continued to offer quick starts for Australia, while Steve Smith has provided consistency in the middle.
Match: Australia vs England – Match 26
Date – 30 October 2021
Time: 07:30 PM IST
Venue: Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
The weather in Dubai has been ideal for cricket. Teams have been able to score freely, and 150 has been easily tracked down. As a result, teams batting first should aim for a score of roughly 170. During the second inning, some dew falls, making bowling much more difficult. The advantage that a chasing team has at this location cannot be overstated.
Average first innings score: 133 (4 T20Is in Dubai in T20 World Cup 2021)
Record of Chasing teams: Won – 4, Lost – 0, Tied – 0
The weather tomorrow in Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates is going to be Sunny with a maximum temperature of 31°c and a minimum temperature of 23°c. The expected precipitation falling is 0.00 mm.
Matches- 19, England– 8, Australia– 10, N/R- 1
Matches- 2, England– 1, Australia– 1, N/R- 0
Eoin Morgan (c), Liam Livingstone, Jason Roy, Jos Buttler (wk), Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Tymal Mills, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes
Aaron Finch (c), Matthew Wade (wk), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Steven Smith, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis
In the powerplay, Jason Roy understands how to attack the bowlers. He contributed significantly to his team’s success in the run chase against Bangladesh, scoring 61 runs off 38 balls. In two World Cup matches, he has scored 72 runs with a strike rate of 150.
Tymal Mills is bowling brilliantly in the final overs. He’s doing a great job with his variations and making batters think twice. In this competition, he has taken 5 wickets at an economy rate of 5.5 in two matches.
The England batting order hasn’t had much to do thus far, but it’s handled a couple of simple chases with ease. Australia’s world-class fast bowlers will put the batsmen to the test, and a handful of early wickets may fall. Jonny Bairstow is the best batsman to bet on.
Right now, the England batting market offers tremendous value and is well worth considering. While Australia’s batting line-up sometimes struggles against spin, their bowling assault is unrivaled. Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, and Mitchell Starc can all get wickets at any point in the game, while Adam Zampa has already proven how important he will be in the T20 World Cup. In international events, Australia is always a threat to England. We think Australia has more chances to win against England.
Today’s match prediction England to win the match.