10-03-2019 Who WILL Win Today Matches Predictions Tips By CrickBELL
India vs Australia 4th ODI Match Prediction
IND Team News
India are expected to rotate their options with one eye on the World Cup, and assistant coach Sanjay Bangar has already confirmed MS Dhoni will be rested for the final two games in the series. Rishabh Pant will keep wicket in his place, therefore. Mohammed Shami could also miss out with a shin injury after being struck during the third ODI – Bhuvneshwar Kumar is back in the squad after being rested himself, and could be the man to come in. Yuzvendra Chahal and KL Rahul could also be handed starts.
AUS Team News
Jhye Richardson returned to the pace attack last time out, replacing Nathan Coulter-Nile, but both could play this fourth game if Australia opt for an extra seamer on the green Mohali wicket. That would mean one of Nathan Lyon and Adam Zampa missing out, with Glenn Maxwell taking a greater share of the spin bowling as a result.
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Afghanistan vs Ireland 5th ODI Match Prediction
AFG Team News
Afghanistan responded to their defeat in the third ODI with four changes last time out, as they also took the chance to fine-tune their World Cup preparations. Mohammad Shahzad, Hasmatullah Shahidi, Samiullah Shinwari and Dawlat Zadran all made way, with Noor Ali Zadran, Ikram Ali Khil, Gulbadin Naib and Aftab Alam slotting in. Of the 21 players called up by Afghanistan, Zahir Khan is among those yet to be used.
IRE Team News
Ireland have been unchanged for the last three matches, with James McCollum and Barry McCarthy unable to force their way back into the reckoning after being dropped following the first match of the series. Stuart Thompson, Lorcan Tucker and Peter Chase have been unchanged but, with no impeding World Cup commitments for the Irish, there is no pressure on them to field everyone.
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South Africa vs Sri Lanka 3rd ODI Match Prediction
South Africa vs Sri Lanka Prediction
South Africa are in brilliant ODI form of late, while Sri Lanka’s comparative form is dreadful. The hosts can wrap up a series win with two games to spare – as, indeed, they did when they last met Sri Lanka too.