Australia is facing a difficult decision in their World Cup semi-final between Marcus Stoinis and Marnus Labuschagne. Captain Pat Cummins revealed that the team is leaning towards one of the players, but did not want to disclose details before the match against South Africa. The decision revolves around whether to include an extra bowler with Stoinis or choose Labuschagne’s stability in batting at No.5. There is also concern regarding a tropical cyclone that has the potential to affect the match, which could lead to South Africa progressing to the final. Despite the weather conditions, coach Andrew McDonald emphasized that the team’s selection will not be influenced by it. McDonald also acknowledged Stoinis’ bowling capabilities, which could be a valuable asset. It would be a tough call for Labuschagne, who has played 17 consecutive ODIs for Australia and has performed well in the tournament. Regardless of the decision, Australia will aim to select the best team for the conditions against South Africa.