Afghanistan vs. england icc cricket world cup 2015 351 views

Home United England fear a final clash

Information of the Match

13 March 2015, Sydney

Start time 14:30 local (03:30 GMT)

Equipment news:

Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali leave gaps in the team that probably will be filled by Ravi Bopara and James Tredwell, while Alex Hales is set to open after batting at number 3as against Bangladesh. Jos Buttler can find himself to the end and Steven Finn also has any chance of inclusion ahead of Stuart Broad or James Anderson.

England:

> Ian Bell

>Alex Hales

>James Taylor

> Joe Root

 >Eoin Morgan (Captain)

>Jos Buttler

 >Ravi Bopara

 >Chris Jordan

 >Stuart Broad

 >James Tredwell

 >JamesAnderson

The Afghanistan team should change little, their faith put into bowling rhythm players who have acquitted themselves well so far.

Afghanistan:

 >Javed Ahmadi

 >Nawroz Mangal

 >Asghar Stanikzai

 >SamiullahShenwari

 >Mohammad Nabi (Captain)

 >Najibullah Zadran

 >Afsar Zazai (sem)

>Gulbadin naib

 >Dawlat Zadran

 >Hamid Hassan

 >Shapoor Zadran

England and Afghanistan Preview

England and Afghanistan are at the same time guarantees that it goes home regardless of what happens at the SCG but there are plenty of attractions for observers both partisan and neutral.

After having been dumped from the World Cup by Bangladesh, England finished the tournament with another defeat for the kind of equipment that the ECB have given little importance through the accessories and decisions at the level of the ICC in recent times. The jobs are at risk now for players and coaches this may be the last match of Eoin Morgan in charge of the team, while Peter Moores may not feel much more self confident. The level of analysis used to limited off England fortunes in recent days will have an interesting counterpoint at the SCG as the players to consider whether to change their ways or try to continue in the old style.

For Afghanistan attachment offers one last chance of appearing in the shop window of the game against opponents who have never played in ODIs and in a field they are visiting for the first time. His coach Andy Moles has suggested that over the next four years Afghanistan they aspire to be favorite warm up opponents for visiting teams the United Arab Emirates and other nearby countries. A victory or even a result close to England would underscore the validity of your point and maybe also cause other countries to reflect even greater opportunities for this team which has grown so much in so little time.


2015-03-13
2015-03-13   7:30 GMT
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