Star Sports, Hotstar live streaming England vs Australia match: ICC WC 2019 live score

Arch rivals England and Australia will face off against each other in an epic battle of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. The match will be played at the iconic Lord’s cricket ground in London.

England wins the toss and decides to bowl first

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The match will be starting at 9:30 AM GMT, 7:30 PM AEST.

England is at the fourth position in the points table with four wins and two losses in their six matches so far. England lost their previous match against Sri Lanka by 20 runs. Australia has won five of their six matches in this tournament so far. They currently placed at the second position in the points table.

ENG vs AUS broadcast details

Sky Sports will broadcast ENG vs AUS live in the United Kingdom. SkyGo app and Sky Sports website will provide live streaming of the match in the United Kingdom. Fox Sports will telecast the match live in Australia. Foxtel Sports and Kayo Sports will jointly live stream the match in Australia via its app and website. Star Sports will broadcast the match live in India. Hotstar will provide online streaming of the match via the app and website in the Indian subcontinent.

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Curran or Plunkett, England latest bowling conundrum

With Jason Roy out of this crucial match, England would be struggling with their opening combination. James Vince will open the innings with Johnny Bairstow but Vince isn’t the perfect replacement for the in-form Roy. Other than this, England could make one more change. Liam Plunkett, who isn’t really in top form could be dropped for this match. The fact that Tom Curran has a great record against Australia doesn’t help Plunkett’s chances. Other than this, no other changes can be expected in the lineup.

Australia likely to be unchanged

Australia looks a much stronger side when they have Marcus Stoinis in the lower-middle order as the all-rounder. This is just what happened in their previous clash against Bangladesh. Nathan Coulter-Nile is likely to keep his spot in the XI courtesy of an improved bowling performance in the previous match. Nathan Lyon could get a chance ahead of Adam Zampa, but the possibility is quite low.

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With a lot of rain ahead of the clash in London, the matchday might be a bit overcast. Rain is not expected but the ball with a swing around a bit with rain on the eve of the match. Batting could get easier as the day progresses and the pitch loses its moisture.

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