Leave out Australia in the bowl England’s openers are Steven Smith and Alex Hales. For the first T20I in 18 months, England’s Ben Stokes will start at No. 6 alongside Aaron Finch.
Prior to the T20 World Cup, Australia won the toss and decided to bowl against England. The first T20I of the series. The Optus Stadium pitch is anticipate to be fast and bouncy. So captain Aaron Finch made the decision to unleash his new-look attack despite the cloudy skies.
Australia, the defending T20 World Cup champions. Just defeat the West Indies 2-0 in a T20I series in Queensland, but they rested their frontline attack.
Marcus Stoinis, an all-around player who has recover from a side strain and is rank No. 4, is under pressure. In his first international game on his home field. Cameron Green, who has has some success at the top of the order, is schedule to bat at No. 6.
Finch will start; Tim David, a powerful hitter who keep his spot after his heroics in game two against the West Indies. Will replace Steven Smith. Along with spinner Mitchell Swepson, quicks Kane Richardson, Nathan Ellis, and Daniel Sams have been named.
In this three-match series, which moves to Canberra for the final match. England will step up their T20 World Cup preparations after a thrilling 4-3 T20I series win in their long-awaited visit to Pakistan.
Skipper Jos Butler announce that Ben Stokes is fourth in the T20I for the first time in over 18 months. Butler has recovered from a calf injury and is joined by Alex Hales, who defeat Phil Salt.
The match marks the first return of international cricket to Perth since the women’s T20 World Cup in February 2020, following the relaxation of severe Covid-19 regulations.