India Australia Cricket – Fresh from a one-off clash with South Africa, Australia will now face India in a three-match Gillette T20I series played over five days. The first leg in Gabba will take place on Wednesday evening at 17:50 local time, with legs two (Friday in Melbourne) and game three (Sunday in Sydney) at 18:50 local time.
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Australia lost its last four T20Is. The ‘T10’s last Saturday defeat came in rain-affected South Africa, while they were previously whitewashed in the UAE by Pakistan, the world’s number one T20I team. But their home form is very strong – they won four matches against England (twice), New Zealand and Sri Lanka. They are ranked third in the T20I ranking according to the ICC.
India have won 11 of the last 12 T20Is, including 8 of 9 away. England’s only loss was in Cardiff, a series they won 2-1. They are ranked 2nd in T20I according to ICC.
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Australia emerged surprise winners in Guwahati after Jason Behrendorff topped India’s top spot by dropping his first star for single-figure scores of 4-21. India scored 118 points, easily surpassed by Australia, with Moises Henriques (No. 62) and Travis Head (No. 48) doing business.
Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan (second) and Rohit Sharma (fourth) are among the top five T20I scorers this year. Dawan was Mr. Steady, scoring five fifty points in 15 rounds out of his 572 runs with a hit ratio of 141.58. Rohit scored one more than his first partner and also hit three fifties, two hundred to add the two he already had, making him the most prolific centurion in the format’s short international history.
Just behind the top five are three Australians: Aaron Finch (sixth), D’Arcy Short (seventh) and Glenn Maxwell (eighth). Finch is actually pretty skinny on the run; He scored five single figures at the trot for the first time in his T20I career. But looking at the full year, those numbers are offset by a remarkable early form, with a world record of 172 from 76 balls against Zimbabwe in July. Shot made his debut in Sydney in February and has already won 15 matches while plundering 461 runs – only 15 fewer than Finch. However, the left-hander was on a downward curve, as was his captain, reading his last four scores (end to end): 0, 10, 2, 4. Maxwell started the year in style, smashing a hundred against his opponent. England in Hobart and its 428 guns with a strike rate of 147.58 and an average of 38.90. He was his team’s top scorer against the Proteas with 38 goals and was the only Australian to lead half a century against Pakistan in a three-match series in the UAE last month.
Interestingly, the trio are the only Australians in the top 30 goalscorers in 2018, while India has five batsmen in the top 17 (both teams played 16 each). Virat Kohli’s name is not in the top 30; the Indian captain has only played seven T20Is this year and, perhaps to the dismay of the Australians, is not yet half a century old.
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Unlike a few of his stick-wielding compatriots, Andrew Tye’s form at KFC Big Bash has impressively spilled over to the international arena. Boasting a wide range of smart options, Tye tops the goalkeeping list with 29 out of 16 games this year. In third place is Billy Stanlake of Queensland with 24 goals in 15 games. Aside from these top two, Australia’s wicket list goes down significantly – they are followed by spinners Ashton Agar (nine goals) and Maxwell (eight).
Contrary to the two tackles, India’s two top goalkeepers this year have been spinners: leg guard Yuzvendra Chahal scored 18 goals in 13 games and left-hander Kuldeep Yadav scored 17 goals in just six games. Kuldeep’s economic index of 6.22 is the best of the top 20 players of the year. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and injured Hardik Pandya (10 goals each) were the best for Indians.
Pressure is mounting on Chris Lynn to replicate his KFC Big Bash form and the Brisbane Heat blaster could be boosted from the opening series at his home ground, Gabba. Lynn has hit six for fun with the Brisbane Heat over the years here and India will be hoping their all-star rotation can curb his impact. Stanlake picks up the new ball and hopes to hit the Indians with plenty of pace; was outstanding in terms of scoring early last summer, and a repeat performance could be crucial.
Kohli is an obvious choice for tourists, and it’s not hard to find the numbers to back this up; the last time India played the T20I series in Australia (January 2016) the white ball champion hit 90 no, 59 no and 50. With the ball, Yadav’s performance in his 14-match T20I career so far has been amazing and although he will face this . conditions different from those to which he is accustomed at home, he may also benefit from an additional shock.
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Australia: Aaron Finch (c), Alex Carey (vc, wk), Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Coulter-Neill, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye by Adam Zamp.
India: Virat Kohli (c), Rohit Sharma (vc), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant (wk), Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Washington Sundar, Krunal Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Khalil Ahmed.
Australia T20 Squad: Aaron Finch (c), Alex Carey, Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Coulter-Neill, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa.
India T20 squad: Virat Kohli (c), Rohit Sharma (vc), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant (wk), Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Washington Sundar, Krunal Pandya, Bhuvnesh Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Khalil Ahmed. Australian captain Pat Cummins leads his team after beating India on day three of the second test in Delhi. Photo: Robert Cianflon/Getty Images
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Former Test captains Michael Clarke and Ian Chappell struck a blow to Australia’s team selection and tactics in a horrific defeat to India. The Australians fell to a six-goal defeat in three days in the second test in Delhi, taking a 0-2 lead in the four-test series.
Clarke and Chappell added their voices to criticism of past champions including Allan Border, criticizing Australia for confusing team selection and baffling tactics.
“I don’t think there’s any excuse for some of the things they’ve done; their selection was full of panic,” Chappell told Nine World Wide Sports. – and you hit him in the middle row.
“You go to the second test with only one fast, you fly in with [Matt] Kuhnmann from Australia and play with him in front of [Ashton] Agar who eats the same thing and was in the original lineup. Now, are you going to I say they don’t panic? That’s the problem… they think too much.”
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Clarke said Australia’s problems could be attributed to the game’s failure to adapt to Indian conditions.
“Big, big, big mistake,” Clarke told Big Sports Breakfast. “There should be at least one game there to get used to the conditions.”
Clarke criticized captain Pat Cummins for his tactics in defeating Delhi as India chased 115 runs to win.
“I’m not sure what happened to our tactics,” Clarke said. “At one point, Patty Cummins was four blocks on the border. Two and a half days of test match remain; either you roll India under 100 or you lose – one or the other.
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“If you lose 20 times or lose in two days, it doesn’t matter. I know it’s just a small step forward, but we still have to try and win the game – and we had a full-back, center back, deep point, deep square leg. What was I watching?”
Criticism was also leveled at Australia’s batting selection by their 48–9 defeat in the second innings when subsequent batsmen fell in their pursuit.
“You’re playing in Australia. Definitely as a batsman on the pitch