Australia will take on England in the crucial ICC Champions Trophy match on June 10, 2017, at the Edgbaston. For Australia, winning this game is a matter of survival, as they will be knocked out of this tournament if they lose this match. If the game gets abandoned due to rain, then too, things will not go in favor of the Aussies.

Live updates:

England 6/2 in 2 overs.

Australia 277/9

The equation in Group A is very simple; England has already found their spot in the semi-finals, if Australia loses this game or the game gets washed out, Bangladesh will proceed to the semifinals along with the hosts.

Eoin Morgan and boys are high on their morale, and they will try to win this game at any cost so that they can continue their winning momentum into the semifinals.

How to watch the game live in the United States, India, and Australia?

In the United States, Willow TV is telecasting this game live. Willow's HD Coverage is now available on Sling TV, and it can be found on a broad range of Internet devices. Star Sports is telecasting this game live in India. For the live streaming, Internet users can visit the official website of Star Sports or Hotstar.

In Australia, this crucial clash between England and Australia will be shown live on Channel 09.

Exclusive Team News

England will play this match without changing their playing eleven. Jason Roy, the English opener who is struggling to find his form will most likely play this game, as Morgan believes that Jason may bounce back at any time, and it will favor the team to mark a win against the mighty Aussies.

Jake Ball, Mark Wood, and Liam Plunkett will lead the bowling attack of the English team.

Due to rain and adverse weather conditions, Australia has not completed an innings so far in this tournament. The team had limited chance to assess the batting dept, but in all probabilities, Chris Lynn will make his way into the playing eleven.

David Warner and Aaron Finch will open the innings for the Kangaroos, and they will be followed by skipper Steven Smith, Moises Henriques, and Glenn Maxwell.

Pitch and weather conditions

The pitch in Edgbaston is pace friendly, and due to the presence of grass, fast bowlers will get an initial swing and bounce. The weather in Edgbaston is not that pleasing, as weather forecasters predict chances of a shower. In all probabilities, the captain who wins the toss will send their opponents to bat first, as they will be trying to utilize the pace friendly nature of the surface in the initial overs