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Lehmann says Warner, Head, Marsh, and Smith will score big in the World Cup final. Bring it home, please

<p>After Australia defeats India in the World Cup final on Sunday, former Australia player Darren Lehmann is optimistic that the Pat Cummins-led squad will win a record-tying sixth World Cup.</p>
<p>In the second World Cup 2023 semi-final, the Australians defeated the South Africans to secure their spot in the championship game.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-282666″ src=”×422.jpg” alt=” sales of alcohol increased by 15 in mp before to the assembly elections steve smit” width=”1479″ height=”832″ title=”Lehmann says Warner, Head, Marsh, and Smith will score big in the World Cup final. Bring it home, please 12″ srcset=”×422.jpg 750w,×576.jpg 1024w,×432.jpg 768w,×220.jpg 390w,×84.jpg 150w, 1200w” sizes=”(max-width: 1479px) 100vw, 1479px” /></p>
<p>After winning, Australian cricketer-turned-coach Lehmann said on X (formerly Twitter) that the top two teams advanced to the championship match of the major competition.</p>
<p>“Good luck to all @ICC,” he said in his message, wishing his country well. “Two best teams in the final.” Go Aussies! The men’s WC is ranked #6. Please bring it home. Top 4 to lead Australia to major victories.</p>
<p>The cricket player’s optimistic outlook for his team’s triumph astounded the majority of the spectators.</p>
<p>“Darren, if Australia has any chance in the finals, it has to be the Bowlers,” one of them said. And since Jadeja and Kuldeep will pose a serious threat to them, the top four must target the Indian speed trio. The key will be Travis Head.</p>
<p>Someone else’s response encouraged others to think that the sixth was really returning home. He wrote, “Believe they will, 6th Cup coming.”</p>
<p>Everyone was reminded by a fan that India had advanced much since 2003. “It’s not the same Indian side as in 2003; we’re going to win it one-sided, and Australia isn’t strong like in 2015; they’re just playing to spin,” the writer said.</p>
<p>“#6 not happening this time,” a supporter said in response to his assertion. It is Indian territory.</p>
<p>Australia got off to a rough start in India, losing their first game against the Indians before falling to South Africa for the second time in a row.</p>
<p>But the Australians did not let their supporters down, winning seven consecutive group-stage matches as they mounted a strong comeback.</p>
<p>They qualified for the semi-finals as a result, and they were able to continue their winning streak by defeating South Africa there.</p>
<p>Their only opponent at this point is a formidable Indian team that seems to be more determined than ever to win a third championship. It will be fascinating to see whether Australia manages to accomplish the seemingly unachievable feat of defeating the highly skilled hosts and winning a sixth World Cup.</p>
<p>In the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, Lehmann was a formidable force, particularly on the home front. In First-Class cricket, the batsman scored over 25,000 runs, and in List A, over 13,000 runs. He scored 4876 runs in 27 Test matches and 117 ODIs for Australia.</p>
<p>The batsman made it very clear in his article that he anticipates the current Australian top batting order to “score big runs” in a similar manner.</p>
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