The defending champion Australia will face England in ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC), 2019 semi-final 2 match. The action will take place at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham. Australia, who are five-time World champions will look forward to defeating in-form England. On the other hand, England made it to the semi-final after 27 years will make ample use of this opportunity and will want to move into the final. One thing which has troubled everyone including fans, players and sponsorers in CWC 2019 is the rain. It has abandoned four matches which made a major impact in the end and recently it was frustrating to see India vs New Zealand semi-final match extend to two days due to rain. Luckily we have a reserve day for the semi-final and final matches. Let us discuss weather report and rain forecast at Birmingham where AUS vs ENG match will take place with fans also searching for Birmingham Weather Forecast, Birmingham Weather Today, Birmingham Weather 11th July 2019, Birmingham Weather Thursday, Birmingham Rain Forecast. We at LatestLY will bring you hour by hour weather update from Birmingham. Australia vs England Cricket Score 2nd Semi Final ODI Match.
As per the reports of accuweather.com, the weather at Birmingham will not be bad. Conditions will not be like the one we saw in Manchester during India vs New Zealand match in the first semi-final of ICC CWC 2019. It will be partly cloudy throughout the day, however, a thunderstorm is expected during the afternoon and in the evening. AUS vs ENG, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Aaron Finch vs Chris Woakes and Other Exciting Mini Battles to Watch Out for at Edgbaston Cricket Ground.
Australia side under the leadership of Aaron Finch has done well in CWC 2019. They will count on players like David Warner, Mitchell Starc and Steve Smith to lift World Cup trophy for the second time in a row and overall sixth time. Speaking about England they will rely on the opening pair of Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy to give them a solid start. The team batting first in today's game will have a slight advantage over their opponent. The winner from today's game will face New Zealand in the final at Lord's on July 14.