As we all know that this game is going to be super awesome in terms of winning, Both the teams are super talented and played well in previous matches.
Let’s check more information about the exciting match which is going to happen on the 12th of October this year, 2022.
England vs Australia
Time – Start at 01:40 PM (IST)
Date – 12 October 2022, Wednesday
Venue – Manuka Oval, Canberra
Series – England tour of Australia, 2022
Pitch Report and Details
This stadium has a great pitch for batting. The short limits at this location will require the use of spinners. The pitch will remain favourable for hitting for the entire game. A good total to defend is one of 180.
On October 12 in Manuka Oval, Canberra, England will face Australia in the 2nd T20I match of the England tour of Australia, 2022 on Wednesday. The match begins at 1:40 PM IST.
England won the opening game of this tour to Australia, getting off to a strong start. To win this series, England needs to win just one of the two games left to play. The opening game between Australia and England was really captivating.
More than 400 runs were scored in each of the two innings in this game, which also featured heavy scoring. Both clubs have a lot of strength, therefore the remaining games will be fascinating as well.
ENG vs AUS, Match Possible Playing XI
Aaron Finch, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Cameron Green, Steven Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Tim David, Josh Inglis, Daniel Sams, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Swepson, Nathan Ellis, Kane Richardson
Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Phil Salt, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes, Sam Curran, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Mark Wood
Chances of winning
Win bat first: 50%
Win bowl first: 40%
1st Innings- 175 + runs
2nd innings- 168 + runs
However, Australia is the favourite to win. Whereas England are fully prepared for the win.
Possible toss winner – England
Possible match winner – Australia
Note* This prediction is based on the site administrators’ knowledge, analysis, and intuition. Consider the information provided and make your own judgement when making your prediction.