Australia won the toss and elected to bat first in their crucial ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match against Bangladesh on Thursday, June 20. The match is being played at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in Nottingham.

Live updates:

Australia 121/1 in 20 overs

The match 26 will start at 9:30 AM GMT, 3:30 PM BST.

Australia has played five matches in this tournament so far. They are currently at the third position in the points table with four wins and one loss that came against India. Bangladesh, on the other hand, is placed at the fifth position in the points table.

Bangladesh has also played five matches. They have won two matches and lost two matches while their another encounter against Sri Lanka was called off due to rain.

BAN vs AUS broadcast details

Gazi TV (GTV), BTV and Maasranga will jointly telecast BAN vs AUS match live in Bangladesh. Rabbitholebd website and Rabbithole app will provide online streaming of the match live in Bangladesh.

Fox Sports and 9GEM will broadcast the match live in Australia. Foxtel Sports and Kayo Sports website will live stream the match in Australia. Apps of 9NOW, Foxtel Now, Foxtel GO and Kayo Sports will also provide live streaming in Australia. Star Sports will broadcast the match live in India while Hotstar app and website will provide the live streaming of the match in India.

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Rubel and Sabbir back in the mix

Bangladesh made two important changes to their XI coming into this match against Australia.

Mohammad Saifuddin who has been picking up wickets but has been expensive with the ball. This meant Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza backed the more experienced pacer, Rubel Hossain. Sabbir Rahman will also come into the team in place of Mosaddek Hossain. Other than this, no other changes have been made in the side.

Australia makes three changes as Stoinis comes back into the side

Australia also made some crucial changes into their side ahead of this match. Marcus Stoinis, who missed a few matches due to injury has recovered and called back to the side. He will replace Shaun Marsh. Adam Zampa replaces Kane Richardson, as Australia seek some help for the spinner from the wicket. Other than this, Nathan Coulter-Nile is back in the side in the place of Jason Behrendorff.

Rest of the side is the same as their previous match against Sri Lanka.

As Australia is batting first on this track, a huge total is on the cards. The bowling of Bangladesh is slightly problematic, and Australia could take advantage of it. David Warner and skipper Aaron Finch will open the innings for the Aussies. The new ball will be for Bangladesh as they need early wickets else batting will become much easier. The weather is also pitch perfect with bright sunshine and no expected forecast of rain.