West Indies Under 19 vs Australia Under 19 | Tomorrow Match Prediction | Cricket Match Prediction
West Indies Under 19 will take on Australia Under 19 in the fifth place play-off in Benoni tomorrow.
West Indies Under 19 have had a good tournament and especially their bowlers have been excellent throughout the tournament and now they will look to finish their good campaign on a winning note. As usual their spin duo of Nedd and Patrick will be the key in middle overs and Seales, James and Forde with their pace. In the batting Melius, Anderson and MacKenzie have to step up. On the other hand, Australia Under 19 have been average in this tournament and their batsmen have disappointed a lot and it’s their last chance to show their potential. Tanveer Sangha has been good with bat as well as ball and once again he will be the trump card for Australia.
Match Details :
Match : West Indies Under 19 vs Australia Under 19, 5th place play-off, Under 19 World Cup 2020
Date : 7 February 2020
Time : 1.30 PM IST
Venue : Willowmoore Park, Benoni
Head to Head (West Indies Under 19 vs Australia Under 19 ) :
Youth ODIs – 14
West Indies Under 19 won – 5
Australia Under 19 won – 9
Expected Playing XI :
West Indies Under 19 : Kimani Melius (c), Leonardo Julien (wk), Kelvon Anderson, Kirk McKenzie, Antonio Morris, Matthew Patrick, Nyeem Young, Joshua James, Ashmead Nedd, Jayden Seales, Ramon Simmonds
Australia Under 19 : Liam Scott, Sam Fanning, Mackenzie Harvey (c), Lachian Hearne, Oliver Davis, Cooper Connolly, Patrick Rowe (wk), Tanveer Sangha, Liam Marshall, Bradley Simpson, Matthew Willians
WI-U19 vs AU-U19 Who Will Win Today Match ? Live Prediction :
Following are the odds for this ODI match on two most famous betting sites –
Bet365 : West Indies Under 19 : 1.90, Australia Under 19 : 1.90
Betway : West Indies Under 19 : 1.95, Australia Under 19 : 1.80
Win Prediction by Dream Team Cricket :
West Indies Under 19 have been better than Australia Under 19 throughout the tournament and they also beat the Aussies in a close game in the league stage and their bowling attack is in fine form. On the other hand, Australia Under 19 have been average but it’s a new game and toss may play a good role and whoever bats first and score 220 plus runs should be in good position.