India had emerged victorious the final time they performed an ODI sequence in Australia, on the 2018-19 tour.© AFP
India start their tour of Australia with a three-match One-day International (ODI) sequence beginning November 27 with the primary ODI on the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). The hosts can have the chance to settle scores with the visiting Indians, who had crushed them in an ODI sequence in India initially of the 12 months. With the absence of Rohit Sharma opening up a slot in India’s high order, contenders Shubman Gill, KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan might be seen competing for the openers’ slot with captain Virat Kohli set to bat at three. Australia have a full-strength squad and they are going to be led by Aaron Finch.
The final time India performed an ODI sequence in Australia, on the 2018-19 tour, the guests had emerged victorious 2-1 in a three-match rubber.
Australia had avenged that loss by beating India 3-2 on their return tour in March 2019.
Over the years, the 2 groups have performed many memorable sequence. Rohit, who will miss this sequence to recuperate totally from the hamstring harm he sustained in the course of the Indian Premier League, registered the primary of his three double centuries in opposition to Australia – a powerful 209 on Australia’s 2013 tour.
Results of the final 5 ODI sequence between India and Australia:
Australia in India 2019-20: India gained the three-match sequence 2-1
Australia in India 2018-19: Australia gained the five-match sequence 3-2
India in Australia 2018-19: India gained the three-match sequence 2-1
Australia in India 2017-18: India gained the five-match sequence 4-1
India in Australia 2015-16: Australia gained the five-match sequence 4-1
The second ODI on the 2020-21 tour can even be performed in Sydney earlier than the motion strikes to Canberra for the ultimate ODI on the Manuka Oval.
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