The finale of arguably the most important age group competitors in males’s cricket is underway at Wilowmoore Park in Benoni as five-time champions India are taking up three-time winners Australia. Australia captain Hugh Weibgen was fortunate with the toss and has elected to bat first contemplating that runs on the board within the closing might be essential.
Both groups are undefeated within the match, making the finale extra thrilling.
Who will win the ICC Men’s U19 Cricket World Cup 2024, if rain interrupts play?
Though the forecast for Sunday in Benoni is essentially encouraging, there’s a 15% likelihood of rain. If it begins pelting down in Benoni and play will not be doable then the sport will transfer into the reserve day (Monday, February 12). With a reserve day in place, chances are high fairly excessive that the ultimate will lead to an final result.
However, even if the reserve day gets utterly washed out then the 2 captains will must share the trophy.
Back in 2002, India and Sri Lanka shared the coveted ICC Champions Trophy after persistent drizzle resulted in a washout. The match was organised in Sri Lanka. Sourav Ganguly was the captain of India whereas star allrounder allrounder Sanath Jayasuriya was main the Lankan Lions with a number of stars taking part in for each groups.
Australia’s taking part in XI:
Harry Dixon, Sam Konstas, Hugh Weibgen (c), Harjas Singh, Ryan Hicks (wk), Oliver Peake, Charlie Anderson, Raf MacMilllan, Tom Straker, Mahli Beardman, Callum Vidler
Lachlan Aitken, Harkirat Bajwa, Corey Wasley, Aidan O Connor, Tom Campbell
India’s taking part in XI:
Adarsh Singh, Arshin Kulkarni, Musheer Khan, Uday Saharan (c), Priyanshu Moliya, Sachin Dhas, Aravelly Avanish (wk), Murugan Abhishek, Raj Limbani, Naman Tiwari, Saumy Pandey
Aaradhya Shukla, Ansh Gosai, Dhanush Gowda, Rudra Patel, Prem Devkar, Mohamed Amaan, Innesh Mahajan