AUS vs WI Match Preview

David Warner, Josh Inglis, and Mitchell Marsh have made impressive starts in both matches thus far. Warner even managed to score a half-century in the opening fixture, showcasing his exceptional skills. On Sunday, Glenn Maxwell displayed remarkable form by scoring a sensational century, leading the hosts to a victorious total of 241 runs.

Fraser McGurk might have the opportunity to make his T20 debut, which is quite thrilling considering his aggressive approach towards the bowlers right from the first ball.

Tim David also played a crucial role by hitting some powerful shots, providing valuable support to Maxwell. Moreover, Australia can rely on the batting prowess of Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade, who bring depth to the team's lineup. Once again, Australia will heavily depend on their strong seam attack to take crucial wickets.

In the previous match, Marcus Stoinis took 3 wickets, bringing his total tally to 5. He will receive support from Jason Behrendorff, Spencer Johnson, and Josh Hazlewood, while Adam Zampa remains the sole spinner in the team.

The West Indies team has shown impressive batting performances, surpassing the 200-run mark in both matches. Rovman Powell and Brandon King have each scored a half-century and will once again play crucial roles as key batsmen for the team. 

Furthermore, the squad boasts specialist T20 batsmen such as Nicholas Pooran, Shai Hope, and Johnson Charles. The presence of all-rounders Sherfane Rutherford and Andre Russell adds depth to the batting lineup.

However, the bowling department has not been up to par and there is room for improvement in this aspect. Although Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, and Andre Russell have taken 3 wickets each, they have conceded runs at a rate of almost 10 runs or more per over.

It is worth noting that Akeal Hosein is the only specialist spinner in the squad and has yet to take a wicket.


Weather Report

The weather in Perth is likely to be clear and dry with temperatures of between 25 and 30 degrees. 

Pitch Report

The pitch at Perth Stadium is one of the fastest in Australia and offers the quicker bowlers plenty of pace and bounce. The batsmen will have to be careful, especially when the ball is new. The average first-inning score on this ground is around 140.

Notable stats

Mad Max: T20 Legend

Maxwell scored 120 runs in the last match, which was his 5th T20I century. He now has the highest number of centuries in T20 internationals, a record that he shares with Rohit Sharma.

Team News

There are no updates regarding injuries from either side. 


AUS vs WI Probable 11

AUS Playing 11

  • David Warner
  • Josh Inglis
  • Mitchell Marsh (C)
  • Matthew Wade (Wk)
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Tim David
  • Adam Zampa
  • Spencer Johnson
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Jason Behrendorff

WI Playing 11

  • Brandon King
  • Johnson Charles
  • Shai Hope
  • Nicholas Pooran (Wk)
  • Rovman Powell (C)
  • Sherfane Rutherford
  • Andre Russell
  • Jason Holder
  • Romario Shepherd
  • Akeal Hosein
  • Alzarri Joseph
This is not the official playing 11 for the match. This is a prediction of the expected playing 11 for each team based on the writers analysis.

Dream11 Prediction

We are backing Australia to win this match. The team has batted brilliantly and a couple of bowlers are in good form. The team’s excellent record in T20s at home should give them plenty of confidence as they look to whitewash the opponents. 


Top Picks

Rovman Powell: Powell has scored 77 runs in 2 matches at a strike rate of 187.80.

David Warner: Warner has an excellent record against the West Indies and has scored 581 runs at an average of 44.69. He has scored 6 half-centuries in 14 innings against the team.

Marcus Stoinis: Marcus Stoinis has picked up 5 wickets in the last 2 matches and has also scored 25 runs. 


AUS vs WI Dream11 Team 1

Keeper: N Pooran, J Inglis

Batters: D Warner, R Powell, T David

All-rounders: G Maxwell (C), A Russell, M Stoinis (VC), J Holder

Bowlers: J Hazelwood, A Zampa

AUS vs WI Dream11 Prediction - OCB Team Prediction