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May 20, 2015, 15:02 | Update: May 20, 2015, 15:15

Australian coach Justin Langer feels England is a hot favorite in the upcoming World Cup. He feels that the hosts are ahead in winning the title. England have left the group stage in the 2015 World Cup. Bangladesh had to leave the World Cup at 15 runs.

England have played very well before this World Cup. Eoin Morgan's team won 4-0 in the recently concluded series against Pakistan. The team, which is currently in the ICC ODI rankings, can win this year's World Cup under his leadership.

Most importantly, England will play the World Cup in their own conditions. It has been a few years since the English have played great cricket. They chase 300 to 350 runs and they have given their evidence of good value. Not only this, in June last year, England had scored 481 runs in 50 overs against Australia in Nottingham.

Considering this, Langer sees England's most prolific title in the upcoming World Cup. He said, "England are playing great cricket as a team. In fact, the World Cup hat-hot favorites England Because they will play the World Cup in their home ground. They are the top ranking of the elite team. "

In this World Cup, each team will play against each other in the league stage. So, cricket-world will see England-Australia fight Australia are looking forward to playing against England. Langer said, "We are looking forward to playing against them. We are constantly running the competition. That's how we can play against the world-wide side. "

Australia will play a warm-up game against England and Sri Lanka before they take the main fight. Langer is making an important effort to prepare for the match against England.

Australia will start World Cup in Bristol with a match against Afghanistan on June 1. They will face England on June 25.
                

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