T20 World Cup 2022, England vs Australia Highlights: Match Abandoned Due To Rain At Melbourne Cricke.. – NDTV Sports

  • October 28, 2022

T20 World Cup 2022, Super 12 Group 1, England vs Australia Highlights:The match between England and Australia on Friday was abandoned due to rain at Melbourne Cricket Ground, the venue of the match. Earlier, rain had forced the toss to be delayed. Then wet outfield delayed the toss before the rain returned and the umpires decided to call the game off. England and Australia thus shared a point each. England and Australia both have three points each to their credit now but a better net run rate sees England take the second spot in Group 1 and Australia the number four. (SCORECARD)

Here are the Highlights of the T20 World Cup match between England and Australia, straight from Melbourne Cricket Ground:

ENG vs AUS, T20 WC Super 12 Highlights

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    The race for those semifinal spots in this T20 World Cup Down Under is surely heating up and we are now ready for the game whose result will potentially go a long way in nailing down the top 2 spots in Group 1. It is the home team, Australia going up against England in a blockbuster encounter at the ‘G’. Both teams have lost one game each and they would know that one more slip-up can turn out to be quite detrimental in their pursuit of that semifinal spot. The pitch in Melbourne has been quite spicy in this World Cup so far and with these two teams fighting it out in the middle, the action is bound to get spicier. The defending champions Australia were humbled by the Kiwis in the opening game but they came back strongly against Lankans. However, the lack of runs from the top order will be a concern. David Warner has not yet found his groove while Aaron Finch continues to struggle with his timing and fluency. The rollicking duo of Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell has also not been able to kick on so far and the Aussies will need their top 4 to fire against a strong unit like England. The form of Marcus Stoinis though would be pleasing for the team management but it is high time that the batting department fire as a unit. On the bowling front, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc have bowled well but the form of Pat Cummins in T20Is has been a concern for some time now. Also, Aussie fans would hope to see Adam Zampa back in the XI even though Ashton Agar did a pretty good job in his absence. Their opponents England are coming into this game on the back of a heartbreak against Ireland. Their explosive batting line-up has just not fired in this World Cup so far and like the Aussies they too would be looking to make amends in that department. Both teams went against each other recently before the World Cup and England batters can take the confidence of scoring runs in that series into this game. The bowling has been pretty good from the English though and especially the presence of the extreme pace of Mark Wood provides them with the edge over their opponents. Jos Buttler also mentioned before the World Cup that he would like to give Ben Stokes as much responsibility as possible and that can be seen by the way he is been given a new ball in both games. Jos Buttler though would hope that Ben Stokes, the batter joins the party and with the kind of firepower both these teams have, it surely promises to be a cracking encounter. Which team will execute its plans on the field better? Let’s find out as we expect a jam-packed MCG even though the rain threat continues to keep everyone on its toes.

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The race for those semifinal spots in this T20 World Cup Down Under is surely heating up and we are now ready for the game whose result will potentially go a long way in nailing down the top 2 spots in Group 1. It is the home team, Australia going up against England in a blockbuster encounter at the ‘G’. Both teams have lost one game each and they would know that one more slip-up can turn out to be quite detrimental in their pursuit of that semifinal spot. The pitch in Melbourne has been quite spicy in this World Cup so far and with these two teams fighting it out in the middle, the action is bound to get spicier. The defending champions Australia were humbled by the Kiwis in the opening game but they came back strongly against Lankans. However, the lack of runs from the top order will be a concern. David Warner has not yet found his groove while Aaron Finch continues to struggle with his timing and fluency. The rollicking duo of Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell has also not been able to kick on so far and the Aussies will need their top 4 to fire against a strong unit like England. The form of Marcus Stoinis though would be pleasing for the team management but it is high time that the batting department fire as a unit. On the bowling front, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc have bowled well but the form of Pat Cummins in T20Is has been a concern for some time now. Also, Aussie fans would hope to see Adam Zampa back in the XI even though Ashton Agar did a pretty good job in his absence. Their opponents England are coming into this game on the back of a heartbreak against Ireland. Their explosive batting line-up has just not fired in this World Cup so far and like the Aussies they too would be looking to make amends in that department. Both teams went against each other recently before the World Cup and England batters can take the confidence of scoring runs in that series into this game. The bowling has been pretty good from the English though and especially the presence of the extreme pace of Mark Wood provides them with the edge over their opponents. Jos Buttler also mentioned before the World Cup that he would like to give Ben Stokes as much responsibility as possible and that can be seen by the way he is been given a new ball in both games. Jos Buttler though would hope that Ben Stokes, the batter joins the party and with the kind of firepower both these teams have, it surely promises to be a cracking encounter. Which team will execute its plans on the field better? Let’s find out as we expect a jam-packed MCG even though the rain threat continues to keep everyone on its toes.
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