Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Mitchell Marsh’s prediction: Australia will score 450/2, India 65/10 in the final

The 13th edition of the ICC ODI World Cup will end tomorrow with the final match between India and Australia. India wants to win the third title by defeating Ajid at home. Ajid, on the other hand, aims to complete his hexa mission.

The match will start at 2.30 pm Bangladesh time at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

However, before coming down in this match, Rohit Sharma’s team was threatened by Auji all-rounder Mitchell Marsh. He predicted India to be bowled out for just 65 runs. And Australia will win by a world record average of 385 runs. If Marsh’s prediction comes true, it will be a record-breaking win in the history of World Cup and ODI cricket.

In recent times, the fight between these two groups has been giving rise to additional tension. Pat Cummins’ men lifted the trophy by defeating Rohit in the final of the last Test Championship. This time they are just one step away from the title in the limited over format.

Cricket people are already making predictions about the match. When it comes to who will win, it’s only natural that Marsh will pick his team. But his sheer calculation is surprising. Before the final, Mitchell Marsh predicted the match in a podcast event of IPL franchise team Delhi Capitals.

Australia will remain undefeated, we will beat India in the final, Marsh said on the Delhi Capitals podcast. Australia’s score would be – 450/2. Later India will be all out for 65 runs.

As Marsh, Australia will win by 385 runs. Where there is a record of 317 runs in the history of ODI cricket. The record which India set by defeating Sri Lanka in January this year. On the other hand, Australia holds the record of winning by the highest number of runs in the history of the World Cup. Where the opponent is the Netherlands. Ajira defeated the Dutch by 309 runs in the match held in October this year.

Mitchell Marsh is not just spreading the word. He has been in great form for Ajid throughout the World Cup. He has so far scored 426 runs in 9 matches at an average of 53.25. However, in front of him is the home opener David Warner. This experienced cricketer scored 528 runs in 10 matches.

Ajibhani reached the final of the ODI World Cup for a record eighth time in the current season. World cricket’s most successful team previously won the World Cup titles in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015. On the other hand, India reached the final for the fourth time after 1983, 2003 and 2011.

(November 18/NBW)


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