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‘Australia 450/2, India All Out For…’: Mitchell Marsh’s World Cup Final Prediction Goes Viral


The stage is set for cricket’s biggest prize as India take on five-time champions Australia in the final of the Cricket World Cup 2023 on Sunday at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. India are undefeated in the tournament, having won all their 10 matches so far, including a 70-run victory against New Zealand in the semi-final. Australia, on the other hand, have seen their success come to an end after losing their first two games of the group stage. The Pat Cummins-led side defeated South Africa in the second semi-final on Thursday, setting up a final date against Rohit Sharma and his men.

Earlier this year, former Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh had predicted that his team would make it to the final and knock India out.

Marsh had made a curious prediction that Australia will score 450/2 in the final, and bowl India out for 65 to win the title.

With Australia heading into the final after a hard fought win over the Proteas, Marsh’s prediction has now gone viral.

“Australia undefeated, defeating India. Australia 450/2 in the final, India all out for 65,” Marsh said on the Delhi Capitals podcast in May 2023.

Notably, India have been without an international title since the 2013 Champions Trophy and the expectations of 1.4 billion people in the cricket-mad nation have reached a fever pitch.

However, the hosts are up against an Australian side who have won eight games in a row and will be playing in their eighth World Cup final.

But, India hammered Australia by six wickets in the group stage in Chennai four weeks ago when Pat Cummins’ side were bowled out for 199.

(With AFP Inputs)

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