Champions Trophy: Bangladesh wins toss and bats vs Australia

Champions Trophy: Bangladesh wins toss and bats vs Australia

Australia will be looking to get the win that kickstarts their Champions Trophy campaign and will be counting on the help of their prolific run-getting duo of David Warner and Steve Smith.

Aussie pace spearhead Mitch Starc is ready to send a pre-Ashes warning to the cocky English batsmen when the two teams confront each other in the Champions Trophy on Saturday.

Moises Henriques may be given another go at number four but Australia captain Steve Smith may fancy playing the big-hitting Chris Lynn at the same spot.

"We're shocked and saddened by what happened last night", Smith said. "You will see a fighting team", Sarfraz said.

"Our security team will be constantly monitoring the situation".

Rain once again played spoilsport as Australia narrowly missed out on what was victory in the bag against a Bangladesh outfit, that was thoroughly outplayed.

"We've been advised to stay relatively close to the hotel and just be diligent with whatever we do".

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Kane Williamson's men appeared handily placed against Australia three days ago, defending a total of 291 despite a late collapse.

Smith said there was a sense of shock and initial fear from the squad but they would be staying in the United Kingdom until their tournament concluded, following a briefing by security staff.

"Our thoughts are with everyone that was directly involved, and their loved ones as well". "The team, support staff and travelling contingent have been accounted for". However, knowing the experience behind him, Bangladesh will be hoping for him to have a good game and help the team in another hard encounter.

"We are fully supportive of the security plans that are in place".

A minute's silence was held before yesterday's match between Pakistan and India at Edgbaston although there were no plans to repeat that today. It will be a challenge for all, though, to concentrate on the cricket at a time when England has suffered two major terror attacks in under two weeks. The Australians were on their 2005 Ashes during the deadly London Underground blasts of 2005.

Meanwhile, Australian cricket's governing body said it is satisfied with security ahead of its match with Bangladesh Monday in light of the attack that left seven dead and dozens injured in London.

Security protocols at major public events - including the FA Cup and final - have swelled since the bombing of Manchester Arena last month where 22 people were killed at a Ariana Grande concert.