Mohammad Shahzad out of Afghanistan's Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign

Mohammad Shahzad out of Afghanistan's Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign

Mohammad Shahzad out of Afghanistan's Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign

Starc also became the first in World Cup 2019 to pick up a five-wicket haul to lead his team to a 15-run win over West Indies in Nottingham. Australia vs West Indies Dream11 Team Predictions: Best Picks for All-Rounders, Batsmen, Bowlers & Wicket-Keepers for AUS vs WI in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 10. South Africa will be same.

It's a pretty special performance from him to get his side to 288, while Steve Smith was also very good and held it together with those partnerships with Alex Carey and then Coulter-Nile. They're not necessarily going to be bowling the same spot every ball, but going to be exciting to watch. They're a little bit more spacious than the away rooms. Last time Australia beat the West Indies in 1999. "When I was growing up they were my heroes". At one point it felt West Indies will win easily.

"And it's been 40 years since we last won it (the World Cup)".

"They got a number of risky players", he said.

It comes after Cottrell had earlier missed a chance to take Smith's wicket in the deep, as he slipped over trying to take a ball that bounced around his feet. They were just as aggressive as six days ago - Oshane Thomas' roughed up Uswan Khawaja, smacking him in the grille with one ball - but not as precise. "Again, hopefully don't take too much confidence on Thursday".

Afghanistan booked a spot to play in the 2015 edition of the World Cup which was special for the team since many players selected for the squad first played the game in refugee camps inside their war-torn country.

"Had some really good times here at Trent Bridge and past year was a down", he said.

Khil has played one test match and two one-day internationals, against Ireland in March.

"You can see the look in his eyes", he said.

"We have great team spirit and our confidence is on a high after beating England".

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