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Australia Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 43

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Australia Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 43


Australia Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 43. Australia will wrestle with Bangladesh in their next match of the ICC World Cup 2023. AUS vs BAN encounter is scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 11. The venue of the AUS vs BAN match is MCA Stadium in Pune. Pat Cummins leads Australia in ICC World Cup 2023.

Australia has played 8 games in the ICC World Cup 2023. They have won 6 games and lost 2. Australia is one of the strongest teams in the ICC World Cup 2023 and has won many games. They will aim to outplay Bangladesh in the next match to better their position in the points table. Here we talk about Australia’s predicted playing 11 vs Bangladesh.

Australia Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 43

Travis Head

Travis Head, Marnus Labuschagne, George Bailey
Travis Head (Credits: Twitter)

Travis Head will be the opener for Australia against Bangladesh. The left-handed batsman has only played 3 games in ICC World Cup 2023. He slammed a stunning century in one game and looks in superb form.

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David Warner

David Warner
David Warner (Image Credit: Twitter)

David Warner will be another opener for the team. Warner is the leading run-getter for the team. He owns a batting average of 61+ and has also slammed 2 centuries and 1 half-century in ICC World Cup 2023. Warner has showcased a brilliant form in the tournament for Australia.

Mitchell Marsh

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh (Image Credit: Twitter)

Mitchell Marsh will be a one-down batter for Australia as well as an all-rounder. Marsh has been impressive with the bat. He scored a century in one game and a half-century in another. He has also picked 2 wickets with the ball.

Marnus Labuschagne

Marnus Labuschagne
Marnus Labuschagne (Image Credit: Twitter)

Marnus Labuschagne will be a crucial middle-order batter for Australia. The right-handed batter has shown decent form in the tournament, scoring more than 250 runs across 8 games. He owns an average of 38+ and also shattered half-centuries in 2 matches.

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Glenn Maxwell

Glenn Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell (Image Credit: Twitter)

Glenn Maxwell will be a crucial all-rounder for the team. The right-arm batter scored a quickfire century in one game. In the previous match, he shattered a double ton to lead the team to victory. He owns an average of 39.20 and a strike rate of 148+. With the ball, the right-arm spinner has captured 4 wickets for the team at 4.81 economy.

Josh Inglis (WK)

Josh Inglis
Josh Inglis (Credits: Twitter)

Josh Inglis will take a spot in the middle-order. Inglis will also keep the stumps for the team. He has played 6 games in the tournament so far. He scored a half-century in one game but failed to impress with the bat in other matches. Inglis will aim for a big knock against Bangladesh.

Marcus Stoinis

Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis (Image Credit: Twitter)

Marcus Stoinis is a crucial pace all-rounder for Australia in the ICC World Cup 2023 and will play against Bangladesh. Stoinis has held an average of 27+ while batting and has hit 81 runs in 4 innings so far. With the ball, the right-arm pacer has clinched 3 wickets at an economy of 7.38.

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Pat Cummins (C)

Pat Cummins
Pat Cummins (Image Credit: Twitter)

Pat Cummins is the captain of Australia in the ICC World Cup 2023 and will lead the team against Bangladesh. The right-arm pacer has clinched 10 scalps in 8 games at an average of 34.10. He owns an economy rate of 6.0.

Mitchell Starc

Mitchell Starc, Australian Fast Bowler
Mitchell Starc (Image Credit: Twitter)

Mitchell Starc will be another pacer for the team. Starc has not shown his best form in ICC World Cup 2023. The left-arm pacer has clinched 9 wickets in 8 games averaging 44+. He has an economy of 6.38. However, he is the most experienced pacer for Aussies in the tournament.

Josh Hazlewood

Josh Hazlewood (Credits: Twitter)

Josh Hazlewood has shown decent form for Australia, hunting down 11 scalps in 8 games at an economy of 5.27. He has lent a lot of help in the pace department. Hazlewood also picked a 3-wicket haul in one match.

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Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa
Adam Zampa (Image Credit: Twitter)

Adam Zampa will lead the spin attack for Australia. Zampa has been brilliant in the tournament, picking 19 scalps in 8 games. He has an economy of 5.49 and is the leading wicket-taker for the team.

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