Pakistan vs Australia ICC World Cup Cricket Match will be played at the Channaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. Pakistan has won 2 and lost 1 of their 3 matches in the World Cup while Australia has won 1 match and lost 2 matches. The toss of the match between Pakistan and Australia will be at 01:00 PM while the match will start at 01:30 PM. Playing first at the Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium in Bangalore, Australia scored 367 runs for the loss of nine wickets.
Pak vs Aus ICC World Cup Cricket Match 20th October 2023
Currently, Pakistan team is fourth and Australia is sixth in the points table. The match between Pakistan and Australia will start at 01.30 pm Pakistani time in Bengaluru. In the ODI World Cup 2023, the Pakistan cricket team is scheduled to compete against the 5-time world champion Australia on Friday, October 20,2023. In the ongoing World Cup in India, Pakistan has played 3 matches so far, against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka, the green shirts got success, but they had to face defeat at the hands of traditional rivals India.
Australian opener David Warner and Mitchell Marsh established a record partnership of 259 runs in the partnership of the first wicket. Made out. Steve Smith 7, Josh Ingles 13, Marcus Stones 13 and Glenn Maxwell returned to the pavilion for zero. Later, Australia played the entire over and set Pakistan a target of 368 runs for the loss of 9 players. Both Pakistan and Australia will play their fourth match in the current World Cup today. Australia and Pakistan have faced each other 10 times in the ICC Cricket World Cup. The first World Cup match between the two teams was held in 1975.
In the first ODI Cricket World Cup in 1975, the teams of Pakistan and Australia faced each other in which the Kangaroos easily defeated Pakistan by 73 runs. In 1979, the cricket teams of Pakistan and Australia competed again in the second edition of the World Cup. This time, Pakistan defeated the Kangaroos by 89 runs, avenging the defeat of the previous World Cup. In 1987, the Kangaroos and Pakistan competed for the third time in the 1987 World Cup. Australia qualified for the final after defeating Pakistan by 18 runs in front of their home crowd in the semi-final of the event. This World Cup was in the name of Australia.
Pakistan and Australia faced each other again in the 1992 World Cup, this time the Green Shirts avenged their previous defeat by defeating Australia by 48 runs in front of the same crowd. In the 1999 World Cup, Pakistan and Australia met twice. Competitors came, in the group stage, Pakistan defeated the Kangaroos by 10 runs, but unfortunately in the final of the World Cup, Australia took revenge by defeating Pakistan by 8 wickets and lifted the World Cup trophy.
Pakistan and Australia met for the seventh time in the 2003 World Cup, this time Australia defeated the Green Shirts by a huge margin of 82 runs. The Kangaroos and Pakistan met for the eighth time in the 2011 World Cup, this time the Green Shirts took revenge Hoe beat the defending champions by 4 wickets and broke the Australian team’s unbeaten streak since the 1999 World Cup final. In this World Cup, the teams of Australia and Pakistan faced each other in the quarter-finals of the event, this time the Kangaroos defeated the Green Shirts by 6 wickets and qualified for the semi-finals. This World Cup was held in the name of Australia. Pakistan and Australia met for the tenth time in the 2019 World Cup, this time again the Kangaroos defeated the Green Shirts by 41 runs. Australia has a clear advantage over Pakistan in World Cup matches, Kangaroos have won 6 out of 10 matches while Green Shirts have won 4 matches.
Captain Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafiq, Imamul Haq, Muhammad Rizwan, Saud Shakeel, Iftikhar Ahmed, Osama Mir, Muhammad Nawaz, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf.
Captain Pat Cummins, Mitchell Marsh, David Warner, Steve Smith, Marence Labuchin, Josh Ingles, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stones, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood