AUS vs OMA T20 Match 10 Details, Prediction, Playing 11

Complete information of Australia (AUS) vs Oman (OMA) T20 World cup match 10 Details, Prediction, Playing 11, Fantasy Team, head to head records, pre analysis, score prediction and pitch report

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World T20 · Tomorrow, 6:00 am

Australia vs Oman World T20

  • Date: Tomorrow, June 6, 2024

  • Time: 6:00 AM

  • Venue: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

Match Info:

  • Match: AUS vs OMAN, 10th Match, Group B, ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024

  • Date: Thursday, June 6, 2024

  • Time: 6:00 AM (Jun 6)

  • Venue: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

Venue Guide:

  • Stadium: Kensington Oval

  • City: Bridgetown, Barbados

  • Capacity: 28,000

  • Ends: Malcolm Marshall End, Joel Garner End

  • Hosts to: Barbados

Broadcast Guide:

  • Streaming: Disney+ Hotstar

  • TV: Star Sports Network

WIN PROBABILITY Australia: 96% Oman: 4%

Match Prediction: Australia will win.

Reasoning: Australia will defeat Oman with ease. Australia has a huge advantage with a seasoned team that includes players like Mitch Marsh and Glenn Maxwell who can reverse the tide quickly. They are in a solid position because of their consistent performance this year and the presence of powerful bowlers like Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins. Australia's experience and current form tilt the chances in their favor even though Oman demonstrates commitment.

Score Prediction:

  • If Australia bats first: Predicted score 170-180

  • If Oman bats first: Predicted score 130-150

Australia Squad:

  • David Warner: Left-Handed Batsman

  • Jake Fraser-McGurk: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Tim David: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Travis Head: Left-Handed Batsman

  • Cameron Green: Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Fast Medium Bowler

  • Glenn Maxwell: Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Marcus Stoinis: Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Medium Bowler

  • Matt Short: Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Mitchell Marsh (C): Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Medium Bowler

  • Josh Inglis (Wk): Right-Handed Batsman

  • Matthew Wade (Wk): Left-Handed Batsman

  • Adam Zampa: Right-Arm Leg Spin Bowler

  • Ashton Agar: Left-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Josh Hazlewood: Right-Arm Fast Medium Bowler

  • Mitchell Starc: Left-Arm Fast Bowler

  • Nathan Ellis: Right-Arm Fast Medium Bowler

  • Pat Cummins: Right-Arm Fast Bowler

Oman Squad:

  • Jatinder Singh: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Kashyap Prajapati: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Khalid Kail: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Shoaib Khan: Right-Handed Batsman

  • Aqib Ilyas (C): Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Ayan Khan: Left-Handed Batsman • Left-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Mohammad Nadeem: Right-Handed Batsman • Right-Arm Medium Fast Bowler

  • Zeeshan Maqsood: Left-Handed Batsman • Left-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Naseem Khushi (Wk): Right-Handed Batsman

  • Pratik Athavale (Wk): Right-Handed Batsman

  • Bilal Khan: Left-Arm Fast Medium Bowler

  • Fayyaz Butt: Right-Arm Medium Fast Bowler

  • Jay Odedara: Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Kaleemullah: Right-Arm Medium Bowler

  • Mehran Khan: Right-Arm Medium Fast Bowler

  • Rafiullah: Right-Arm Medium Bowler

  • Samay Shrivastava: Right-Arm Leg Spin Bowler

  • Shakeel Ahmad: Left-Arm Off Spin Bowler

  • Sufyan Mehmood: Right-Arm Medium Bowler

Key Players to Watch

Batters to Watch (Recent Stats):

Glenn Maxwell, AUS

  • 8 Matches

  • 309 Runs

  • Average: 51.5

  • Strike Rate: 196.81

Tim David, AUS

  • 10 Matches

  • 238 Runs

  • Average: 47.6

  • Strike Rate: 167.6

Naseem Khushi, OMA

  • 10 Matches

  • 304 Runs

  • Average: 30.4

  • Strike Rate: 200

Aqib Ilyas, OMA

  • 9 Matches

  • 276 Runs

  • Average: 39.43

  • Strike Rate: 130.8

Bowlers to Watch (Recent Stats):

Adam Zampa, AUS

  • o7 Matches

  • o10 Wickets

  • oEconomy: 10.36

  • oStrike Rate: 15

Marcus Stoinis, AUS

  • 3 Matches

  • 6 Wickets

  • Economy: 8.3

  • Strike Rate: 10

Aqib Ilyas, OMA

  • 9 Matches

  • 18 Wickets

  • Economy: 5.64

  • Strike Rate: 11

Bilal Khan, OMA

  • 8 Matches

  • 11 Wickets

  • Economy: 8.07

  • Strike Rate: 15.81

Australia vs Oman, T20 World Cup 2024: Playing 11

Predicted XI for Australia: David Warner, Travis Head, Mitch Marsh (c), Glenn Maxwell, Tim David, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade (wk), Pat Cummins, Mitch Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

Predicted XI for Oman: Kashyap Prajapati, Naseem Khushi (wk), Aqib Ilyas (c), Zeeshan Maqsood, Khalid Kail, Ayaan Khan, Mohammad Nadeem, Mehran Khan, Shakeel Ahmad, Kaleemullah, Bilal Khan

Head-to-Head in T20Is Record

In T20Is, teams have never played one another.

Pitch Report

Kensington Oval in Bridgetown has a hitter-friendly pitch that could provide for an exciting game. Death bowlers will be very important. Rain stopped play in the most recent Twenty20 international between England and Scotland, yet despite this, Scotland scored 90 runs in just 10 overs without losing a wicket. As the match between Namibia and Oman shown, the pitch usually helps spinners. Predictions of rain could influence pitch behavior. After 25 T20Is, the average first-inning score is 154. If Australia wins the toss, then they should bat first.

AUS vs OMN Weather Report

There is a potential of rain, but it won't be as bad as it was for England vs Scotland. Rain is unlikely to fall during the game, but it might rain in the hours before. It is predicted to be lower than 75% humidity. At 30°C, there may be brief bright spells after the early light rain showers.

AUS vs OMN Form Guide (Last 5 Matches)

  • AUS: L W W W W

  • OMN: L N/R W L W

Australia vs Oman Fantasy Team Prediction Match 10 T20 World Cup

  • Wicketkeeper: J Inglis

  • Batters: D Warner, T Head, M Marsh

  • All-rounders: Z Maqsood, G Maxwell, A Ilyas

  • Bowlers: P Cummins, M Starc, J Hazlewood, A Zampa

Scoring Pattern at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown:

Last 10 Matches

  • Average Score: 149

  • Average Wickets: 6

Records at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown:

  • Highest Score Set: BBR vs SKN, 223/2, 04 Sep 2023

  • Highest Chase: BBR vs SKN, 223/2, 04 Sep 2023

  • Highest Score Defended: BBR vs SLK, 195/6, 03 Sep 2023

Match Analysis:

Australia will have to make difficult choices when choosing their squad, returning Ashton Agar and dropping Steven Smith while keeping Jake Fraser McGurk. The seasoned group is led by Josh Inglis, Matthew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, and David Warner. When Mitchell Marsh heals from his injury, he will bat, and Tim David and Travis Head will provide depth. The attack is led by the speed trio of Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, and Pat Cummins, with Nathan Ellis coming in second. Marcus Stoinis, Cameron Green, and Glenn Maxwell are examples of all-rounders.

In spite of taking the game to a super over, Oman's defeat to Namibia exposed batting weaknesses and wasted opportunities. Triple-wicket man Mehran Khan was impressive, and captain Aqib Ilyas bowled a sparing performance. But their efforts were spoiled by a mistake made by wicketkeeper Mohammed Naseem Khushi on the last delivery. Oman will be playing England, Scotland, and Australia, and it wants to make amends and compete hard