Defending champions Australia are all set to take on the hosts, England, in their upcoming semi-final clash at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Thursday. Meanwhile, England, who have never won a World Cup title, will look forward to reach the final as they take on Aaron Finch and his men in their upcoming encounter.
Weather Report: The upcoming clash between Australia and England might witness rain. There is a possibility of patchy rain as the day subjected to clouds. The maximum temperature expected is 21 degree Celsius whereas 14 degree Celsius is estimated to be lowest.
Pitch Report: Based on previous matches, the pitch here is more batting friendly. However, with clouds in sight, it is better to opt for bowling first as the weather conditions is all set to favour the bowlers.
Venue Facts: Scheduled at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, this is the last ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match at the venue. It was first established in 1882 with the capacity of 24,803 people.
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REASONS WHY I LOVE PLANTS
Plants make me happy. Plain and simple, this is the number one reasons why I love plants. They make me happy.
Oxygen. I could bore you with how photosynthesis works, but all of the plants in my house are like a little micro-ecosystem. I give them C02 and they give me oxygen.
Plants give me something to take care of other than myself. Keeping plants alive is a challenge and I’m constantly learning things to do and not to do.
It’s been such a fun new hobby.
Plants are a talking point. I’ve noticed on Instagram that a lot of you could care less about what I’m making in the kitchen or doing in the gym and just want to talk about plants. Plants bring people together and that is just wonderful.
Plants make the best gifts. Sometimes it’s hard to feel good about spending money on ourselves, but spending money on others- sure why not! I am a total plant giver for all seasons, holidays, and life events.