England vs Australia is the most intriguing fixture in the cricketing world. It is one of the most historic rivalries in cricket either be it Test T20I or ODI.
Australia will defend its T20 title on its home turf while England will be looking to win their second T20 championship.
England vs Australia: When and Where to Watch
The England vs Australia match will be played at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
|Date||Friday, 28th October 2022|
|Kick-off (India):||1:30 PM (IST)|
|Kick-off (UK):||9:15 AM (BST)|
|Kick-off (Australia):||7:15 PM (AEDT)|
Where to watch England vs Australia in India?
Fans of both England and Australia living in India will be wanting to watch the England-Australia faceoff in the Super 12 of the T20 World Cup.
They can tune into Star Network for the match broadcasting and Disney+ Hotstar streaming service.
Where to watch England vs Australia in the UK?
English viewers can watch the England-Australia faceoff via Sky Sports Network.
Fans can also listen to the live commentary of the match through the BBC Network.
Where to watch England vs Australia in Australia?
Australian fans must be excited to watch England vs Australia face off in the T20 World Cup and can watch it on the FOX Network. Television services.
Fans can also tune in to the live commentary via SEN FM and ABC here in Australia.
England vs Australia Pitch Conditions
England vs Australia match will be played at Australia’s biggest cricket ground, MCG. The pitch will be favorable for the Australian player and will be to their advantage.
The pitch will help the great help to the pacers like; Mitchell Starc, and Pat Cummins who can bowl at the speed of 145km/h at the flat and bouncy track of MCG.
Similarly, spinners like; Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali can get the advantage of the larger boundaries by bowling slow deliveries.
In the T20 circuit, a total of 14 matches have been played at Melbourne Cricket Ground, and the team batting second has won most of the matches.
So, both will likely choose to bowl first and see the pitch behavior if they win the toss.
England vs Australia: Head-to-Head
England and Australia have faced 20 times in the T20I. Out of these 20 matches, Aussie holds a slight 10-9 advantage with one no result.
Currently, English captain Jos Buttler is the top run scorer with 2377 runs whereas the Aussie captain holds the record for most runs in T20I with 3013 runs for Australia.
Players to Watch Out for
David Andrew Warner is a left-handed opener batsman who plays for Australia. He is the second top run scorer in the T20I for Australia with 2850 runs in 95 matches.
Warner has scored one hundred and 24 fifties in the T20I for Australia at an average of 33.92.
Joseph Charles Buttler is a right-handed wicket-keeper batsman and also the captain of the English side.
He has scored 2377 runs in 97 matches with an average of 33.95. Buttler has managed to score one hundred and 17 fifties in the T20I matches.
He has the third most catches in his T20I career with 45 catches.
Adam Zampa is the right-arm spinner for the Aussie side. His bowling style is legbreak googly.
He has taken 77 wickets in 69 matches during his T20I career with an economy of 6.94.
Mark Andrew Wood is the right-arm fast bowler for the English side.
He has taken 35 wickets in 23 matches with an economy of 8.37. The best bowling figure of Mark Wood in the T20I international is 3/9.
Winners Prediction for England vs Australia
England vs Australia has always been an exciting and nail-biting fixture in the cricketing world. Both teams are neck to neck in the T20I matches against each other.
The winner of this contest will also likely qualify for the knockout stage of the tournament and we believe it will be the team in Red- England.
England vs Australia Predicted Playing XI
England XI: Jos Buttler(C), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Mark Wood, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Chris Jordan.
Australia XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch(C), Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Tim David, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazelwood.