Cricket ODI, Australia vs England: Preview, Pitch Info, as two Arch Rivals go Head to Head!

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In order to kick start the Tri Nation Cricket Series, Australia will play England at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 16th of January 2015. With the Cricket World Cup looming nearer, this series is critical for the preparations of all three teams being involved in. With three Cricketing giants like India, Australia and England going head to head, this series will produce enough fireworks for the fans all around the World. In exactly one month’s time, both these sides would play at the MCG in the World Cup Cricket 2015. So a win for either side in tomorrow’s game will give a huge boost going into the Mega Event.

Live Preview Info:
Australia vs England will take place at 16th January, 03:20 GMT on the Sydney Cricket Ground.

The Aussies will be in high hopes after grabbing a comprehensive series victory over India in Test Matches. Currently residing on the top spot of ICC Rankings, George Bailey and co are coming after a superb 2014. And this match will take place at the same SCG where the Kangaroos played their last test against India a couple of weeks ago. So with the knowledge of pitch condition and home ground advantage, Darren Lehman’s men will be the favorites going into the opening match of tri series

But with such a rich cricketing history of both sides, England vs Australia has always produced mouth-watering clashes for the spectators. With a new captain in the form of Eoin Morgan in their ranks, England will look to put a dismal 2014 behind their back. It will be the first assignment for new captain Morgan after Alastair Cook faced an axe due to succession of poor results. So England would want to start their new era with a win.

Pitch Conditions:
Its’ the same ground where Australia and India piled numerous amount of runs in their last test match. Favorable for batting, Sydney Cricket Ground will provide a little help for the Bowlers tomorrow morning.

With Australia without their star captain Michael Clarke and England under a new leader, no side would want to taste defeat in such a highly anticipated clash.



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