Australia cricket team to take on Bangladesh in the 11th game of 2015 cricket world cup on 21 February at the Gabba in Brisbane. The match is scheduled to begin at 13:30 local time.
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The top news about BAN vs AUS game is that match may not be played due to bad weather conditions and Cyclone will be the main reason if math gets abandoned.
Bangladesh won their opening match of world cup 2015 against debutant Afghanistan by 105 runs huge margin. It was one sided game in which Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan played match winning innings in a tough situation. Bowling was quite good as well. So we can hope that Bangladeshi tigers may upset Australia.
Wicket-keeper batsman Rahim as already mentioned that team is feeling good and eager to win against world cup 2015 favorites Australia for Saturday game. Bangladesh defeated Australia before in ODIs. BAN beat AUS in 2005 at Cardiff in a tri-series match including England. In 2007 world cup they defeated India, so they have match winners to perform better on big occasions.
Michael Clarke will be leading Australia in tomorrow’s match after returning from hamstring injury. Australia is in tremendous form and they’ll play aggressive cricket again to register second victory in the tournament. Australia defeated England comfortably in their first match of ICC world cup. George Bailey is expected to make for regular captain Clarke.
Let’s have a look at the probable playing 11s for tomorrow’s game.
Expected Playing 11s
|Mashrafe Mortaza (Captain)||Michael Clarke (Captain)|
|Anamul Haque||David Warner|
|Tamim Iqbal||Aaron Finch|
|Soumya Sarkar||Shane Watson|
|Shakib Al Hasan||Steven Smith|
|Sabbir Rahman||Mitchell Marsh|
|Mushfiqur Rahim||Brad Haddin|
|Rubel Hossain||Pat Cummins|
|Taskin Ahmed||Mitchell Johnson|
|Taijul Islam||Mitchell Starc|
Though Bangladesh won last match by 105 against Afghanistan, still Australia is favorite to win this match. Australia have got 90 percent chances to win the match.