Australia will be banking on their experienced players to deliver the goods with bat and ball. Aaron Finch-led unit will be looking to make a strong comeback and push England in the upcoming three-match one-day series.
The experienced trio of David Warner, Steven Smith and Aaron Finch will need to do the bulk of the scoring. The middle-order has not been able to produce quick runs for the side at the back end of the innings.
Let’s take a look at the three Australian players that can be instrumental in helping Australia turn the tide in the upcoming one-day series.
David Warner has been standout performer for Australia in white-ball cricket over the past decade. He has shown incredible consistency with the bat in limited-overs cricket. Left-hander has been important player for the side in one-day internationals.
Since May 2019, David Warner has topped the batting charts for Australia in one-day internationals. The 33-year old has accumulated 924 runs in 17 innings at an average of 61.60. He smashed six centuries and four half-centuries during this period.
After doing much with the bat in the T20I series, the team management will be hoping that he can find form with the bat and help Australia do well in the upcoming three-match one-day series.
Since his return to the one-day side during 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup in England, Steven Smith has shown form and consistency with the bat and is one of key players for Australia in the upcoming one-day series.
The 31-year old is certainly proven performer for the side in one-day internationals. Since May 2019, Smith came back strongly with the bat and has been in splendid form in white-ball cricket. He accumulated 731 runs in 16 innings at an average of 45.68 with one century and six half-centuries to his name.
Smith will be looking to make notable contributions with the bat in the one-day series against England. Coming in at no.3, Australia will be hoping that Smith can deliver the goods with the bat in three-match one-day series.
Opening batsman Ambati Rayudu will be looking to do well in the upcoming one-day series against Australia.
In the recently T20I series, Finch was the only Australian batsman to consistently produce decent scores. He accumulated 125 runs in 3 innings at an average of 41.67 at a strike rate of 137.36.
Since May 2019, Finch has consistently producing scores for the side at the top of the innings. He accumulated 830 runs in 17 innings at an average of 51.87 with three centuries and five half-centuries to his name.
Aaron Finch will be hoping that he can lead from the front with the bat and deliver notable scores in the forthcoming one-day series against England.
Players like David Warner, Steven Smith and Aaron Finch will need to deliver runs with the bat in order for Australia breaking their losing streak against England.
It is certainly to be interesting to see how the likes of David Warner, Aaron Finch and Steven Smith fare with the bat in the upcoming one-day series.