Pudhari Online Desk: India faces Australia in the final match of the ODI World Cup 2023. Both the teams have made full preparations for the title of world champion. Team India is in tremendous form and has been successful in winning all 10 of its competitions. At the same time, Australia made a strong comeback after a poor start and secured the last position. The major difference in the performance of both the unions is that the Indian unions are mostly one-sided in front of them. At the same time, Australia has achieved victory after struggling in many situations. Australia would have won against a valiant Afghanistan with Maxwell’s memorable game. (IND vs AUS Final)
There are many Australian players who have performed well throughout the tournament. These players can give a brilliant performance in the last round and lead Australia to victory and can shatter India’s dream of winning the World Cup. Or India’s team of five players will have to take care.
David Warner needs to be done sooner rather than later.
The responsibility of giving a good start to Australia in the final match was shouldered by opener David Warner. So he is an experienced batsman and has the ability to play as per the situation. He would have made a good start to the competition. In the World Cup, he has scored two centuries and two half-centuries. He would have played a powerful inning of 163 runs in the series match against Pakistan in Bangalore. After that, in his next match he scored 104 runs against Delhi Netherlands. (IND vs AUS Final)
Front: 10, Run: 528, Best: 163
Beware of Mitchell Marsh
Yes, when an aggressive batsman with his right hand is at his target, it is not easy to stop him. So Tikla, play a long and aggressive game. Indian Sangha will have to be cautious regarding this. At the same time, the bowlers will have to send him to the pavilion with the help of accurate strategy. He scored two centuries and one half-century. Or he scored his first century in the World Cup against Pakistan in Bangalore. He would have played 121 run innings. After this he scored 177 runs unbeaten against Punyaat Bangladesh. So, after eating two meals, I woke up. Try your hand at fast bowling. He took two wickets each against Pakistan and Netherlands.
Front: 10, Runs: 457, Highest: 177*, Wickets: 04
Rachava will be required for Maxwell
Maxwell Haw makes an important contribution when the Australian Eights Players Association is in trouble. Only the Indian spin pair of Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja can catch him with his spin. This time in the World Cup, he has scored an unbeaten double century, a century and a half century. He scored an unbeaten 201 runs against Afghanistan and brought the game to its final stages. He was injured in that match and yet he continued to attack the bowlers. Apart from this, he would have played 106 runs against Netherlands. Only, they will be tested against India’s formidable bowling.
Front: 08, Runs: 398, Most: 201*, Wickets: 06
Josh Hazlewood’s penetrating call for competent confrontation
Indian captain Rohit Sharma has so far ruined the rhythm of the opposition bowlers in the opening powerplay of the competition. This time he has to maintain his aggressive style in the last round. In such a situation, if he attacks Hazelwood, his rhythm will be disturbed and other batsmen will benefit from it. Or in the World Cup, he did his best performance (3/38) only against India. Apart from this, he has taken two wickets each four times.
Front: 10, Wickets: 14, Best: 3/38
Adam Zampacchi spins more restrained game important
Indian batsmen are adept at playing spin; But it is expected that the playing field and spin bowl of Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad will be suitable. In such a situation, Jhampa can become dangerous and Bharatala will have to break it. He did not take a wicket in the series match against India and the last match against South Africa. Only these two are left in front and he has taken wickets in all the normal situations. He has taken four wickets each thrice. Against Netherlands he took four wickets for eight runs.
Front: 10, Wickets: 22, Best: 4/8
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