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Afghanistan vs Australia Playing 11 – World Cup 2019 Match 4 Predicted Playing XI Updates and AFG vs AUS News | Afghanistan vs Australia match today, it can be both of playing 11

Afghanistan's first match from the World Cup strong contenders
Good news for Australia, David Warner now fully fit

Sports desk The second match on Saturday in the World Cup will be played between Australia and Afghanistan. This match will be in County Ground, Bristol. Looking at the paper, Afghanistan and Australia can not be called tough, but Afghanistan can be stunned, there are no two opinions in it. He has a good spinner. However, there will be a need to improve the batting. Australia can also take this match as match practice. Here we are telling you what can be the playing 11 of both teams in this match.

Afghanistan: responsibility of new ball on Zadran
Dwalat Jadran will take charge of the new ball. Mujib ur Rehman, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan are the lives of Afghanistan's bowling attack. They all know the skills of the batsmen, because they play in all the world T20 league including IPL. Rahmat Sheikh, along with Mohammad Shahzad and Hazratullah Jazzy, will take charge of batting.

This may be the playing eleven of Afghanistan
Mohammad Shahzad (wicket-keeper), Hazratullah Jajai, Rahmat, Ashgar, Shahidi, Gulbuddin Naib (captain), Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Mujib ur Rehman, Aftab Alam and Davlat Jadran

Australia: Strong Team
David Warner has been fit. Aaron Finch will open with them only Apart from this, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell are also there. Nathan Lion is also in the bowling along with Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc. Marcus Stonis has proved himself as an all-rounder. Kultter Nile and Stark will probably start bowling.

It can be Australia's Playing 11
Aaron Finch (Captain), Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stainis, Alex Kerry (wicketkeeper), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Jampa and Nathan Lyon.

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