Australia Vs England, 1st T20I: Match Preview, Pitch Report, Playing 11

The 3-match series between Australia and England will start on October 9. Australia is coming off winning a two-match series against the West Indies, and England is coming from Pakistan defeating the Pakistan team in a seven-match series.


Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazelwood, Adam Zampa, and Glenn Maxwell have all returned to the east coast and will join the squad in Canberra, giving the team four new bowling options.

Given that Kane Richardson and Agar are on the World Cup roster, it seems reasonable to give them a game, but it may also provide another opportunity for Nathan Ellis to shine. As Australia continues to tinker with their batting order, Steven Smith is likely to be forced out.

Playing 11: Australia (probable) David Warner, Cameron Green, Mitchell Marsh, Aaron Finch (cap), Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Matthew Wade (wk.), Daniel Sams, Ashton Agar, Nathan Ellis, Kane Richardson.


Due to an ankle injury, Liam Livingstone is not eligible for selection, and Chris Jordan may be held back for the Canberra games. Capt. Jos Buttler will return to the top of the order, leaving the decision between Alex Hales and Phil Salt to make.

Playing 11: England (probable) Jos Buttler (cap & wk.), Alex Hales/Phil Salt, Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Reece Topley

Head-to-Head: Australia vs. England T20

India and South Africa met in the 20 T20. Australia holds a clear advantage in this category, with 10 victories versus England’s 9. One match between these two teams has resulted in a tie.

Pitch and weather

Although it is still early in the season, there hasn’t been much cricket at this field in the last couple of years just a handful of BBL and WBBL matches-but it’s always a solid pitch with pace for bowlers and hitters to work with. The forecast is mild by Perth standards, with only a very small probability of rain.

The date, timing, and venue for Australia vs England’s 1st T20I have been announced

The first match of the T20 series between Australia and England is set to begin on October 9, 1:40 p.m. (IST). The throw will take place at 1:00 p.m. at Optus Stadium, Perth.

The second One-Day International (ODI) between India and South Africa will be telecast live and streamed online

The first T20I between Australia and England will be televised live on the Sony Sports Network in India. The Sony LIV app and website will offer live streaming.

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