If India win the final, it will be their second world cup win on home soil and third overall.
On the other hand, Australia has won the Men’s Cricket World Cup five times in the past: in the 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2015 editions.
In the ongoing ODI World Cup, the Rohit Sharma-led side defeated Australia in the series match when the two teams met last month in Chennai.
Australia started their ODI World Cup campaign with two straight losses, but the team’s journey from Down Under has been a story of resilience and redemption. Despite their initial struggles, the five-time champions managed to regroup and take on the competition, showing their cricketing prowess.
Australia won seven matches in a row to reach the semi-finals before defeating South Africa to qualify for the ongoing ODI World Cup summit. Glenn Maxwell is the man who stood strong for Australia. The all-rounder has redefined aggression in the final and added a new dimension to Australia’s batting following his heroics against Afghanistan. On the other hand, India’s dominance in the ongoing ODI World Cup has been a result of a team effort. Every player rose to the occasion when needed. While Virat Kohli (711 runs) has been in scintillating form, breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record, Mohammad Shami (18 wickets) has thrown a lot of fire with fiery spells.
The semi-final win against New Zealand has just added the icing on the cake, as India broke the shackles by beating the Kiwis in a losing game. In the match, Shami became the only Indian player to pick seven wickets in a World Cup match.
India are on a 10-match winning streak, but Australia have the experience of playing in most ODI World Cup finals.
When is the World Cup Final between India and Australia?
India will face Australia on November 19, 2023. The match will start at 2 pm
Where is the 2023 Men’s World Cup final being played?
The final of the Men’s Cricket World Cup will be played at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.
How to watch India vs. Australia Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 live?
You can watch the final match between India and Australia on Star Sports channels. Alternatively, you can also watch it online on Disney-Hotstart on TV, laptop or mobile.
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