England vs Australia 2nd ODI Live Streaming 2013
England vs Australia 2nd ODI Live Streaming of series on 8 September 2013. Watch England vs Australia 2nd ODI Live Cricket Streaming online 2013. Watch England vs Australia Live Streaming Match, 2013. The Match is telecast on Star Cricket, Sky Sports HD and Super Sports.
After a successful Ashes series, England will look to continue their domination over Australia in the shorter format of the game. The two sides will take each other on in a 5 match ODI series, of which the opener was abandoned due to rain. Old Trafford in Manchester will host the 2nd match, with weather conditions looking favorable to get in a full match.
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Eoin Morgan will captain the England side, Alistair Cook getting some well-earned rest. England will give some new faces a run, with Michael Carberry, Chris Jordan & Ben Overton all uncapped players in the squad. The batting will be bolstered by the experience of Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott, who will have to lead the young batsman in the top order. Steven Finn will lead the pace attack, and will hope for a much improved performance, after a disappointing test and Twenty20 series.
Michael Clarke will return to captain Australia, with George Bailey playing the role of vice-captain. They will rely heavily on the opening pair of Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh, who showed excellent form against Scotland, putting on a record partnership. They will face up to an inexperienced England bowling line-up, and will be looking to dominate from the outset. Glenn Maxwell will also be used as a floating option, and can be destructive with the bat at any juncture during the game. Fawad Ahmed will be the only spinning option for Australia, playing in only his second ODI match.
The sides have played each other on 118 previous occasions, Australia leading the head to head with 67 wins. The head to head when playing in England are exactly level, with 25 wins each, showing that this will be a close affair. One feels that Australia have more fire power with the bat, and if they bat first and set a total, they will have an excellent chance of victory.