Betting Odds for ENG vs AUS(England vs Australia) 

England – 2.38 (On Rs.100 users will get Rs.238 in return). Bet Now

Australia – 2.75 (If the user bet Rs.100 he will get Rs.275 returns). Bet Now 

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Match Details

Match: England vs Australia (ENG vs AUS), 5th Test

Date: 27th July 2023

Time: 03:30 pm IST

Venue: Kennington Oval, London

Head-to-Head

 Matches PlayedENG WonAUS WonTieNR
Overall359111152097
Last 551301

Pitch report

The pitch is well-balanced, providing assistance to both batters and bowlers. On the first couple of days, batters will be able to play their strokes freely, while seam bowlers will be able to find movement if they bowl in the right areas.

Weather Report

The first two days will see scattered showers, followed by rain.

Last Five Matches

ENG ( England )D W L L W
AUS ( Australia )D L W W W

Squad Comparison for England vs Australia  

England

England has been the superior team in the last two Ashes Tests. They won in Headingley and appeared to be on track to win at Old Trafford, but were thwarted by rain. Nonetheless, they can take a lot of positives from the previous game.

With a sensational 189 off 182 balls in the fourth Test, Zak Crawley has risen to the top of the Ashes 2023 batting charts. Captain Ben Stokes has been England’s second-best batter this series, scoring 360 runs in seven innings at an average of 51.42 and hitting 102. In this match, we should keep an eye on Harry Brook. He did not have a great start to the series, but he is gradually finding his stride. His most recent four scores were 61, 3, 75, and 50.

England Probable Playing XI

Ben Duckett, Zak Crawley, Moeen Ali, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (c), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

Australia  

Australia may have won the Ashes, but they will be disappointed with their performance in the final two games. After being asked to bat first, they were bowled out for 317 at Old Trafford, allowing England to reply with a mammoth 592. Australia was struggling at 214-5 in the second innings of the Test.

Marnus Labuschagne (51 and 111) was one of Australia’s bright spots from the previous Test. The No. 3 batter was not in great shape at the start of the series, but he is finally found his grit and true form. Along with opener Usman Khawaja (377 runs in 8 innings at an average of 47.12) and Steve Smith (248 runs in 8 innings at 31), he will be Australia’s main batter to watch in the final Test. Smith has not had the best series, but he is a big match player, and we expect him to shine in the final match.

Australia Probable Playing XI

David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (c), Todd Murphy, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood

England vs Australia Match Prediction

As we approach the fifth and final Ashes Test, there is a lot at stake. Australia would be desperate to win the series, while England would be determined to tie it up. Both teams have had their moments in the series, but England appears to be the one with momentum right now. The additions of Mark Wood and Chris Woakes have breathed new life into their bowling attack, and they appear to have figured out how to choke the Australian batsmen. England’s batting is also on fire, and Australia’s bowlers are struggling to find answers to their aggressive approach. Steve Smith’s poor play has also hurt their chances. This should be another close game, but England should be able to maintain their dominance.

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