Australia each- rounder Mitchell Marsh's old vaticination about the India vs Australia ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 final is going viral. During IPL 2023, Marsh prognosticated Australia to score450/2 against India in the final before brushing out the Men in Blue for 65 and winning the game by 385 runs.
India are set to take on Australia in the final of the ICC Justice World Cup 2023 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Rohit Sharma's India have been on a roll in the World Cup, reaching the peak clash undefeated. Australia, on the other hand, lost the first two games to India and South Africa but bounced back to win the following eight games on the witch.
Ahead of the marquee game, Mitchell Marsh's old vaticination about the World Cup final is going viral. Marsh had prognosticated Australia to beat India by 385 runs in the final. The Australian each- rounder prognosticated Australia to post 450- 2 while fur first and also drift out India for a bare 65, therefore winning the match by 385 runs. Marsh made the sardonic vaticination during the IPL 2023.
Meanwhile, India and Australia have met formerly in a World Cup final, in 2003, when the Ricky Ponting- led Australia thrashed India by 125 runs. Captain Ricky Ponting blasted 140 to take Australia to 359 in 50 overs before Glenn McGrath's 3- gate haul helped Australia coliseum out India for 234. The Aussies were unstoppable back also but the tables have turned and the Rohit Sharma- led side will enter the match as the clear favourites.
India's drive in World Cup 2023 has been a result of a collaborative show by the platoon. Virat Kohli has performed exceptionally well with the club, scoring 711 runs in the event while Rohit Sharma has given the platoon fiery thresholds outspoken. KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer have been harmonious in the middle order, scoring 526 and 386 runs independently.
Mohammed Shami has breathed fire with the ball, taking 23 lattices while Jasprit Bumrah has been top- notch as ever, counting for 18 lattices. Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja have supported the bellwethers well, with 15 and 16 lattices independently. The title clash will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday, November 16.