Australia and England, the Ashes rivals, are set to face off in a crucial World Cup match around 2:30pm on Saturday.
Australia, the five-time champions, is currently in third pl Australia, the five-time champions, is currently in third place with eight points, while England, the defending champions, are struggling with a string of defeats.
The match is significant as both teams face unique challenges, with Australia making replacements due to the unavailability of key players, Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell. Cameron Green and Marcus Stoinis are expected to step in for the absent players.
Historically, England has a challenging record against Australia, having lost 87 times in their 155 ODIs meetings and trailing 3-6 in World Cup encounters. However, England has a knack for raising their game against the Aussies, exemplified by the fiercely-fought Ashes series earlier this year, which ended 2-2.