In this crucial ODI encounter, Australia will be preparing to face off against Zimbabwe. Welcome to today’s AUS vs. ZIM Dream11 squad prediction and match preview.
With one game left in the series, Australia have shown their dominance by winning, which can serve as inspiration for them to go undefeated.
Zimbabwe, on the other hand, will be demoralized by their current performance and will aim to at least win this game in order to improve confidence levels that can be channeled into a better performance for their next games.
Performance Of The Teams –
Australia has a 2-0 series lead after defeating England by 8 wickets in the second one-day international. Steve Smith, who has hit 95 runs in only two games, has scored the most runs for Australia thus far in the series.
Cameron Green has taken seven wickets for Australia so far in two games, which is the most of any player. Wesley Madhevere, who has featured in 2 games, has scored 72 runs, the most for Zimbabwe.
Richard Ngarava has taken three wickets for Zimbabwe thus far in the series, which puts him in first place.
Zimbabwe batted first in the second ODI, scoring 96 runs before being dismissed in the 28th over. Sean Williams scored 29 runs in 45 balls, making him Zimbabwe’s leading run scorer.
The other hitters were unable to effectively target Zimbabwe’s bowlers, which caused them to consistently fall behind. Adam Zampa and Mitchell Starc each took three wickets for Australia.
Early in the innings of the chase, Australia lost both of their openers, David Warner and Aaron Finch. Following their dismissals, Steven Smith and Alex Carey assumed leadership of getting their side over the finish line and amassed 84 runs for the third wicket. Steven Smith continued to play at age 47 in 41.
Victor Nyauchi was replaced by Sean Williams in the Zimbabwean lineup for the second ODI. Despite being on the team, Blessing Muzarabani hasn’t participated in any matches.
If completely recovered, he might enter. Sikandar Raza, Wesley Madhevere, and Sean Williams provide as all-round alternatives for the bowling attack, which is made up of Brad Evans, Luke Jongwe, and Richard Ngarava.
Star Players Of The Match-
Australian bowler Adam Zampa
Adam Zampa has had an outstanding performance in his first six months of Australian cricket, going 3/57 and 3/21 in the first two ODIs. The leg-spinner also performed admirably in the Hundred.
In the fifty-over format, he has amassed impressive statistics, taking 109 wickets from just 69 matches at an efficiency of 5.52, with four four-fors.
David Warner: Australian batter
David Warner scored 57 points off of 66 total shots in the opening game. In the fifty-over format, the left-hander has a strong track record for Australia just at top of the order.
In 135 ODIs, he has amassed 5680 runs with an average of 45 as well as a 95 strike rate. In the format, Warner has 18 hundreds plus 25 fifties.
Glenn Maxwell, an all-around Australian
Glenn Maxwell hasn’t had to do much in the current series, although he did score 32* in just 9 balls in the first game. With over 3400 runs scored from 123 games at an average of 35, a strike rate of 126, and 56 wickets while scoring over 3400 runs at an average of 35, the all-rounder has a great record in the fifty-over format.
Australian multi talented Campbell Green
Green averages 40 runs per game in List A cricket, scoring 752 times. Cameron Green’s ODI career is off to a fantastic start. The fast bowler finished with 5 for 33 in the first game of the series and 2 for 7 in the next match. The all-rounder has seven innings under his belt and has a 38 average with a maximum score of 40*.