It remains to be seen who gets the nod against England.
Langer praises Wade and Handscomb
"Matthew Wade has played a lot of international cricket if he comes in. There's a real upside to him and he is in no doubt career-best form. Temperament of Pete Handscomb is excellent. We're really lucky," Langer said.
Flexibility remains Australia's theme in batting
Rotating the batting positions has been Australia's theme in CWC 19.
Their openers are set, but the other positions have seen constant changes.
But now with Khawaja out, Steve Smith is the assured candidate for number three.
Aussies may then decide to send in someone as per the situation.
Both Handscomb and Wade are quality customers and Langer sounded optimistic.
We have got so many options: Langer
"We've got so many options, and that's the positive thing. Whether it's Steve Smith batting at number 3, whether it's Alex Carey coming up, we've got so many options - it's a very adaptable team," said the Australian head coach.
ENG vs AUS
Aussies need to play sensible cricket against England
Australia will look to dominate the proceedings from the word go.
Their two trump cards- David Warner and Mitchell Starc will hold key against a charged up England.
Aussies need the middle-order to step up and therefore, it is a massive opportunity for the players to work well together.
Despite beating England in the league stage, the scenario could get way tougher this time.