Mitchell Starc

The team was selected by former international players and commentators Ian Bishop, Ian Smith and Isa Guha, along with cricket writer Lawrence Booth, while ICC General Manager Cricket, Geoff Allardice, was the fifth member and convener of the committee.

Australia made one change in their playing XI from the last match against South Africa. Peter Handscomb comes in place of injured Usman Khawaja. On the other hand, England are playing with the same team as in the last match.

In the league match between Australia and England, the former won by 64 runs. England have never won the World Cup. While Australia claimed the title five times (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015).

Starc entered the Lord's Cricket Ground with 15 wickets under his belt. The 29-year-old scalped three England wickets - Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes and Adil Rashid - to take his tally to 19 wickets in the tournament so far.

The hosts need to win their remaining two matches against India and New Zealand to enter the knock-out stage. If England manage to win one match from their two fixtures, the fortunes of the team will depend on other results in the tournament.

Arch-rivals England and Australia will lock horns in the ongoing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup at Lord's on Tuesday. Host England lost their last match to low-ranked Sri Lanka and are now placed in the fourth position with eight points. They have won four games and lost two. England have never lifted the World Cup.

Bangladesh will try to keep up their winning momentum whereas Australia would strive to seal their semi-final berth when the two sides clash with each other at Trent Bridge on June 20 in the ongoing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup.

New Delhi: Australia were bowled out for 243, setting India a target of 287 on the fourth day of the second...

New Delhi: India dismissed Australia for 326 runs in the first innings of the second cricket Test on Saturday. Resuming the...

New Delhi: India on Monday earned a hard-fought 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series after beating Australia by 31...