3 Players To Watch In AUS vs BAN CWC Match 43: Match number 43 of the World Cup 2023 will be played at the MCA Stadium in Pune between Pat Cummins’ Australia and Shakib Al Hasan’s Bangladesh on November 11. This is the last league stage match for both teams. Bangladesh are knocked out of the semi-final race.
Australia have an incredibly lopsided head-to-head record over Bangladesh in ODIs: 19 wins to only one loss, which came way back in 2005. A victory was Australia is expected, while Bangladesh have a chance of a major World Cup upset.
3 Players To Watch In AUS vs BAN CWC Match 43:
The current crop of Australian players has played very few matches against Bangladesh due to being rested against them. David Warner has played only 2 ODIs against Bangladesh and made them pay heavily by recording scores of 40* and 166, which came in the 2019 World Cup match in Nottingham.
Warner has been Australia’s main man in their resurge in this World Cup 2023: he smashed 163 runs against the famed Pakistani bowling attack, leading to Australia’s 62-run win. On what is expected to be a good batting track in Pune, fans can expect Warner to have a big impact against Bangladesh.
As per the 3 Players To Watch In AUS vs BAN CWC Match 43, Josh Hazlewood has lived up to his ranking of being the number 1 ICC ODI Men’s bowler so far. The lanky pacer who often goes underrated, Hazlewood, has picked 5 wickets in 4 matches while maintaining an admirable economy of only 4.88, the best among all the Aussie pacers.
He has proven to be very difficult to hit against, emulating the immaculate lines and lengths of the great Glenn McGrath. This will be Hazlewood’s only second ODI outing against Bangladesh.
According to the Three players to watch in Australia vs Bangladesh ICC World Cup 2023 match 43, apart from their win against Afghanistan, Bangladesh have had very little to cheer about in this tournament.
One of their impressive individual performances came from the left-arm pacer Shoriful Islam, who took 3 wickets against England, derailing England’s late assault. Shoriful had done well during the Asia Cup as well, taking 7 wickets in 4 games and swinging the new ball significantly. He would look to topple the likes of Warner and Marsh with new ball movement.