Traditional arch-rivals England will lock horns against Australia in the semi-final of the ICC World Cup 2019 at Edgbaston. It is going to be England and Australia's eighth clash in the World Cup. England may have won 10 out of their last 12 meetings against Australia but they know well that the piece of statistic counts for little heading into the semifinal, especially after the Eoin Morgan-led side's 64-loss to them in the league stage. While England don't have injury issues, Australia coach Langer has already confirmed Peter Handscomb will replace an injured Usman Khawaja in the playing eleven. Mitchell Starc has been a standout performer for Australia with the ball leading the highest wicket taker chart with 26 wickets in 9 matches. While David Warner has been a standout performer for Australia with the bat as he is the second highest run scorer in the tournament so far scoring 638 runs.