Chasing a target of 292 runs,

ODI World Cup 2023 AUS vs AFG: The ODI World Cup will be played today between Australia and Afghanistan at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 291 runs and set a target of 292 runs for the Kangaroos. However, considering Australia’s current form, this target does not seem that high. But the old figures are now increasing Australia’s tension.

Australia could not achieve the target of more than 287 runs in the World Cup. Let us tell you that in the history of the World Cup, Australia has not been able to achieve the target of more than 287 runs. The last time Australia won the World Cup was in 1996 against New Zealand, in which it achieved the target of 287 runs. According to which now Australia will have to chase record runs to win this match. Due to which the tension in Australia has started increasing slightly.

Chasing the target of 292 runs, Australia got off to a bad start. Australia lost its last two wickets for just 42 runs. Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh are playing with 24 runs each. Kangaroo team’s innings seems to be faltering in the first over. It looks like the Australian team is under a bit of pressure. But Australia has the right opportunity to reduce the pressure and win.

However it will not be that easy. Afghanistan’s star spinner is yet to come who has hit sixes for big teams in this World Cup. Ibrahim Zadran has scored a brilliant century while batting for Afghanistan today. He played an inning of 129 runs.