Australia vs Pakistan (World Cup 2023) Match 18 Fantasy Team Prediction, Bengaluru Weather Forecast, M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Pitch Report

5 time world champion Australia will go head to head against Pakistan in the match no. 18 of ICC ODI World Cup 2023 on Friday, 20 October. The home of RCB i.e. M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is the venue of this match and the live action will begin on 2:00 PM Indian Local time.

Some Pakistani players got ill in the last few days and this can definitely effect their performance in this match against Australia on Friday. Yellow brigade of Aussies is all set to dominate this tournament once again as after a bad start, they got a superb 5 wicket win over Sri Lanka in their last match.

AUS vs PAK ICC WC 2023 Match 18 Pic

Australia vs Pakistan ICC World Cup 2023 Match 20 October 2023 Dream11 Fantasy Team Prediction

Here is the best Dream11 fantasy team predicted by us that can help you winning huge prizes during the 18th match of ICC World Cup 2023 match between Australia vs Pakistan on 20 October 2023 :

  1. Abdullah Shafique
  2. Mitchell Marsh
  3. David Warner
  4. Babar Azam
  5. Mohammad Rizwan (wk)
  6. Glenn Maxwell (c)
  7. Marcus Stoinis
  8. Usama Mir
  9. Mitchell Starc
  10. Adam Zampa
  11. Shaheen Afridi

Bengaluru Weather Forecast Report for 20 October 2023 for Australia vs Pakistan ICC World Cup 2023 Match no. 18

Weather in Bengaluru on Friday, 20 October 2023 will be mostly sunny and pleasant. The overall temperature throughout the day will be around 31° Celsius. There is 0% chance on any thunderstorms and only a 2% possibility of rain in the entire day. Cloud cover in the sky will be around 14% and its not looking threatening at all.

There are no real weather related concerns for the match 18 of ICC World Cup 2023 between AUS vs PAK on 20 October and a full 100 over match will take place between both these teams.

Australia vs Pakistan ICC World Cup 2023 Match 20 October 2023 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru Pitch Report

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium ground in Bengaluru is every batter’s wet dream. The boundaries are short and the pitch is flat like a highway road. No target is safe on this surface and dew will definitely make things way more easy in the second innings.

Out of the 38 ODI matches played on this ground, 14 are won by the team batting first, while 20 are won by the chasing side. Both Pat Cummins and Babar Azam will look to bowl first on this ground because even 400 runs target is not safe here.

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