WATCH: Mitchell Marsh makes bold prediction for 2023 ODI World Cup final

Mitchell Marsh recently scored 194 runs against India at home in a three match ODI series before Indian Premier League 2023.

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India will be the venue of the 2023 World Cup. The Subcontinent nation will be hosting the tournament for the fourth time but for the first time as sole host. Rohit Sharma and his men will want to create history for India like they did in 2011. From England's perspective, they would be looking to defend their 2019 World Cup title. When we look at a side like Australia they have been in roaring ODI form recently and have beaten India 2-1 at home.


On another note, when Mitchell Marsh was asked to predict who the finalists of the 2023 World Cup would be he said that it would be Pakistan and Australia who would make it to the summit clash of the tournament. Marsh said this in an interaction on the YouTube Channel Club Prarie Fire. Michael Vaughan and Adam Gilchrist were part of the show.

Here is the video:

Marsh captained Australia recently in a three-match T20I series against South Africa. It included a young side which had the likes of Tim David and others. The all-rounder scored 186 runs in three games. This included an unbeaten 92 off 49 balls with 13 fours and two sixes in the first T20I. In the second T20I, the Australian cracked an unbeaten 79 off 39 balls with eight fours and six sixes.

Australia will face India in a three-match ODI series ahead of the 2023 World Cup. When Australia played against India before the start of the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) Marsh opened the innings and carted the Indian bowlers to all parts of the ground. The man from Perth made 194 runs in three games then.

The Kangaroos recently announced their World Cup squad. Marnus Labuschagne could not make the cut. The Men from down under have a wonderful side filled with great batting firepower and depth. When it comes to bowling, they have got lethal pacers in Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc. In the case of spin, they have the likes of Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar. They will want to try and win their sixth World Cup.

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