England Vs South Africa ICC Cricket World Cup 2019- The first match of the One Day World Cup will be played between England and South Africa on Thursday at the Oval of London. This time the England team is considered to be the strongest contender of the title. Talking about the past one year, they won 17 ODIs in 25 matches, while in 5 they lost. The results of the three matches did not come out. During this time they played 13 ODIs on home ground. Of these, they won 11 and lost a match. One match was pending.
South Africa also has a better record. They won 16 of his 21 ODIs in the last one year, while they lost 5. During this time, it has been better at performing abroad too. they won five out of 8 ODIs. However, team performance in this field has been disappointing.
England Vs South Africa ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
South Africa win three out of 9 matches at Oval
South Africa have played 9 ODIs so far in the Oval Of these, they won 3, while losing 6. They played a match for the World Cup on 22 May 1999 on this ground. Then they defeated England by 122 runs.
Pitch mood: There is a possibility of a cloud in the sky during the first World Cup match. Light rain can also occur. For this reason, the bowlers can get less swing than usual. The toss-winning team is more likely to choose the bowling. On the field, 3 out of the last five have scored more than 300 in ODIs.
Strength of England
Johnny Bairstow: The England opener is able to give his team a good start. He played 21 ODIs in the last one year. In this, he scored 878 runs at an average of 46.21. It includes three centuries in it. Recently, his performance in the IPL was also fantastic. There he scored 445 runs in 10 matches at an average of 55.62.
Jofra Archer: 24-year-old Jopra has been able to play only three ODIs for England so far. In this, they have taken 3 wickets. His performance in the IPL also was fantastic. Playing on behalf of the Rajasthan Royals, Joffra took 11 wickets in 11 matches. He also scored runs at an average of 33.50.
England Vs South Africa ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Strength of South Africa
Quinton Deacock: Quinton Deacock has played 106 ODIs so far. In this, he scored 4602 runs at an average of 45.56. He scored 742 runs in 16 ODIs at an average of 46.37 during the last one year. It includes a hundred of them. Deccock made 529 runs in the IPL at an average of 35.26. They were at number three in top-5 scorers. For the latest updates and more details, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Imran Tahir: World Cup’s oldest player. However, he has yet to play 98 ODIs. In this, he took 162 wickets from the economy of 4.62. Among the highest wicket-takers in the IPL, he was at number one. He took 26 wickets from the economy of 6.69.