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There’s nothing more satisfying than hearing the silence of a huge crowd: Pat Cummins

Australia’s biggest challenge in the final of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup will be playing in front of an expected crowd of 1.3 million at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The world’s largest cricket stadium is expected to be packed for the final on Sunday, November 19, when India and Australia compete for the prestigious trophy.

At the pre-match press conference on Sunday, Australia captain Pat Cummins spoke about his team’s expectations from the Ahmedabad crowd. The 30-year-old pacer said Australia knew the crowd would be one-sided with India, but their aim was to keep him quiet.

“I think you have to accept it. The crowd will obviously be one-sided but even in the game there’s nothing more satisfying than hearing a huge crowd calm down and that’s the goal for us tomorrow. Yeah, you got it.” just accepting each side.” inside, every episode of the last one.” even you know in the lead-up there’s going to be noise and lots of people and excitement and you just can’t get overwhelmed. You’ve got to be up for it, you’ve got to.” love it and just know whatever happens it’s fine but you just want to finish the day with no regrets,” Pat Cummins said in a video released by the ICC.

Cummins then reflected on the group stage match against India, acknowledging the Men in Blue’s impressive performance in the tournament. He acknowledged that Australia had not done well in that particular match but highlighted the win in the ODI series against India ahead of the World Cup.

“They definitely played really well in this World Cup. I think we definitely didn’t – I don’t think we played level in that first game but we’re a catch away from potentially being ahead of that game. We did.” win the ODI series here at the start of the year. There’s plenty of time here.” There’s a win, you know, against a really good Indian team,” the Australian captain added.

We’re lucky, we have a 15-person team that we think anyone can pitch in and do: Cummins

On Australia’s playing XI for the decider, Cummins said talks were underway to include all-rounders Marcus Stoins and Cameron Green, with a final decision expected on Saturday night. He stressed that Australia had a strong 15-man squad and believed every member of the squad could contribute and deliver.

“Potentially yes, those things (including Stoinis and Green) we weigh before every game. We’re lucky, we have a squad of 15 that we think everybody can pitch in and do. They’re all ready to go.” Therefore.” ,.” Just like any other sport, we go through a process where the coaches get together and have a conversation about what they think or how they think the game is going to go, and then obviously the selectors pick the final 11,” Cummins continued on.

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