England take on Australia in the second ODI in Sydney on November 19. The visitors lost the first ODI and are now in must-win territory. A loss in this game will see the visitors lose the ODI series. This is almost a second-string England side and not many players who played in the first ODI have played at the SCG before.
The ODI series ends on November 22 at the MCG. Australia then travel to England in June next year for the Ashes. The series will constitute of five Tests between June 16 to July 31. The Aussies were the winners of the previous Ashes series by 4-0 in their own backyard.
England previously won the T20I series 2-0 before the T20 World Cup 2022. The rivalry between the two teams resumed with the ODI series. Apart from Dawid Malan‘s century, there were not many positives from the first game for England. The bowling looked flat with the bowlers going for an economy between 8 to 10 in the first ODI. There needs to be a change in the overall approach for the players heading into the second ODI to win the game. In this article, we take a look at their probable playing XI for the second ODI. Given this is a must-win game, the side can bring in a few changes into the playing XI.
AUS vs ENG: England’s Predicted Playing XI Against Australia, England Tour Of Australia 2022, 2nd ODI
Roy has struggled in the white-ball format throughout this year. He was dropped from the T20 World Cup squad and he scored just 6 off 11 balls in the first ODI. The England opener has scored 302 runs in 10 ODIs this year at an average of 37.75.