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Australia team defeated the Indian team by 4 wickets in the first T20I to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series. The Indian team, who came to bat first, set a target of 209 runs in front of the Australia team due to the useful innings of KL Rahul, Suryakumar Yadav, and Hardik Pandya, Australia team came to chase the target, Cameron Green, Matthew Wades tremendous batting to reach the target. succeeded in
The poor performance of the bowlers from the Indian team remains a matter of concern for the team, in this match, the main bowler Jasprit Bumrah place can be found. Taking lessons from their past mistakes in this match, the Indian team will take the field with the intention of leveling the series, while the Australian team would like to maintain their dominance in this match as well.
Australia took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series after a stunning chase of 208 that was set up by Cameron Green and finished by Matthew Wade. With 55 needed in 24 balls, Australia had a rousing finish as Bhuvneshwar Kumar went for 15 runs first followed by Harshal Patels 22-run over. Aaron Finch and Cameron Green will probably open the inning. Cameron Green stuck his first international fifty in T20 and set up a beautiful chase in last game with his knock of 61 runs off just 30 balls. Steven Smith will bat at the one-down position. Glenn Maxwell and Josh Inglis will handle the middle-order batting. Aaron Finch will lead Australia as a Captain. He is also a good Batsman Josh Inglis will do the Wicket Keeping for Australia. Glenn Maxwell and Adam Zampa will take care of the spin bowling of his team. Nathan Ellis and Josh Hazlewood will lead the pace attack of his team.
In T20 cricket, India and Australia (IND vs AUS) can be called two champion teams, the competition of both teams is very exciting. Cricket legends also wait for the match between both countries. Both India and Australia have won the T20 World Cup in ICC tournaments.
If we talk about the statistics of both the teams, then India and Australia have played against each other 24 times so far. Out of which Team India has won 13 times, while Australia has won 10 matches. If we talk about the Indian ground, so far 8 matches have been played between India and Australia. Out of this, Team India has won 4 matches, while Australia has won the same number of matches including the last match.
1.Rohit Sharma(C), 2.Lokesh Rahul, 3.Virat Kohli, 4.Suryakumar Yadav, 5.Hardik Pandya, 6.Dinesh Karthik(WK), 7.Axar Patel, 8.Harshal Patel, 9.Jasprit Bumrah, 10.Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 11.Yuzvendra Chahal
1.Aaron Finch(C), 2.Cameron Green, 3.Steven Smith, 4.Glenn Maxwell, 5.Josh Inglis(WK), 6.Tim David, 7.Matthew Wade(WK), 8.Nathan Ellis, 9.Pat Cummins, 10.Josh Hazlewood, 11.Adam Zampa
Talking about India vs Australia match pitch report, Nagpurs pitch often maintains some balance between bat and ball. But generally, the pitch helps the team to bat first as it is a bit difficult to chase, which is indicated by the second innings average of 128. If the team batting first scores around 180, then the team batting later may face trouble
if we talk about the weather in the competition, then the monsoon season is going on in India. The effect of this can be seen in India vs Australias second T20 match. The sky may be cloudy during the match. Due to this there is a possibility of rain, with the temperature going to be a maximum 29 degrees Celsius and minimum 22 degree Celsius on Tuesday. Also, the wind will blow at a speed of 8 kilometers per hour. Whereas the humidity can remain 86 percent.