Super 12 – Australia vs England Preview & Prediction
When is Australia vs England taking place? Australia vs England will take place on Saturday 30th October, 2021 at 15:00 (UK)
Where is Australia vs England taking place? Australia vs England will take place at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai
What is the expected weather for Australia vs England? 27-31c with clear skies and light winds.
Where can I get tickets for Australia vs England? Visit here for the latest ticket information for Australia vs England
What TV channel is Australia vs England on in the UK? Australia vs England will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Australia vs England? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Australia vs England live on Sky Go
THE TEAM NEWS
- Australia’s comfortable seven wicket victory over Sri Lanka maintained their winning run in the Super 12s, with David Warner’s 65 opening the batting providing the foundation for his side’s successful run chase of 155, with captain Aaron Finch scoring 37 and Steve Smith 28 not out.
- Fast bowler Mitchell Starc was a doubt for the match against Sri Lanka after picking up an injury in training, but the left-arm pacer played and took two wickets, so provided he hasn’t suffered any injury re-occurrence, Starc should be raring to go for this top of the table clash in Group 1.
- England made it two wins from two in this T20 World Cup with another comfortable triumph, this time against Bangladesh which saw Eoin Morgan’s side restrict the Tigers to just 124/9, before reaching their victory target with eight wickets and 5.5 overs to spare.
- An unchanged side was been fielded by England against Bangladesh and despite fast bowler Mark Wood being fit to play, it would be a surprised if England were to make any changes when taking into account their good form.
The only two remaining sides that are unbeaten in Group 1 clash in what should be a mouth-watering encounter in Dubai. The batting of both Australia and England looks formidable with power at the top of the order combined with middle order depth. With that in mind, the bowlers look set to play the decisive part in this match with England boasting the superior spin-bowling attack and Australia the more varied pace attack. On a ground like Dubai, the spinners are expected to enjoy themselves and England could call upon all-rounder Liam Livingstone to provide Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali with some extra support. England have beaten Australia in three of their last four meetings in the 20 over format and in what is expected to be an extremely tight affair, it is Morgan’s side who may just have the edge over Australia and do enough to take the points, especially if they manage to win what could prove a crucial toss.