Australia win by 34 runs! There you go, it is all over. Australia take 1-0 lead in this three-match series. Fine effort from the home side. India lost too many wickets upfront. However, despite that Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni kept them in the contention. Fine knock of 133 was not enough for Rohit to help his side win this fixture. Full Scorecard.

That's all from this match, do join us on Tuesday for the second ODI. Till then; bye, bye!

OUT! Consolation wicket that for Peter Siddle. He gets rid of Kuldeep Yadav as India stare at a defeat. One over remaining and India need 42 runs.  Kuldeep Yadav c Khawaja b Siddle 3(6)

In total control now Australia. Wicket of Rohit Sharma is what they were after. 62 needed off 18 balls, that's over 20 runs per over from here.

OUT! BIG wicket this for Australia. Perhaps it seals the game for them. Rohit Sharma it is who has to walk back. Marcus Stoinis with the all-important wicket. Rohit was looking for a big shot on the leg-side, doesn't get hold of it and Glenn Maxwell near deep mid wicket takes the catch. Rohit c Maxwell b Stoinis 133(129)

OUT! Young Richardson strikes again! Fourth wicket for the pacer. Ravindra Jadeja has to go, he gets a top-edge and the ball goes straight into the hands of Shaun Marsh at deep backward point. Jadeja c Shaun Marsh b J Richardson 8(13)

Rohit Sharma is going strong and is keeping India in the hunt. 76 needed off 36 balls for India with Rohit batting on 127 off 125 balls. 

We are down to last eight overs now and India needs 96 more runs to win. That's 12 runs per over from here on. It is very much achievable with Rohit Sharma well set on 109. 

That's hundred up for Rohit Sharma. He is playing a sheet anchor role here. Meanwhile, that's his 22nd ODI century. India now requires 106 more runs in last ten overs. Remember, Australia scored 93 in their last ten overs. 

OUT! Jhye Richardson strikes for Australia. Dinesh Karthik comes down the track, looking to play across. Ends up getting an inside edge and is bowled! India five down now. Karthik b J Richardson 12(21)

Rohit Sharma is just two runs away from his century. He smashed Peter Siddle for three fours in last over as India nears the target. Meanwhile, 113 more needed off 66 balls for India.

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After the historic Test series win against Australia, India will be looking to continue their domination against the home side as they meet in the three-match One-Day International (ODI) series. The first ODI starts at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), today, January 12. Meanwhile, stay tuned for live score updates of Ind vs Aus 1st ODI 2019.

India will be looking to wrap-up their memorable tour of Australia with a win in ODI series as well. After the three-match T20I series was shared between the two sides, India went on to win the four-match Test series 2-1. It was India’s first-ever Test series win in India. High on confidence India will be now looking to keep their winning momentum going against the new-look Australian side. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Team India Begin Final Preparations, After Test Triumph

The hosts announced their playing XI ahead of the match with 34-year-old fast-bowler Peter Siddle returning to ODI after a gap of eight years. Apart from Siddle, Australia’s bowling department features Marcus Stoinis, Nathan Lyon, Jhye Richardson, and Jason Behrendorff. Wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carey has been promoted as an opener and will open the innings with Aaron Finch.

India, on the other hand, will be without the services of Hardik Pandya. The all-rounder was suspend by BCCI following misogynist remarks made on a celebrity talk show. Ravindra Jadeja is likely to take his place in the playing XI. BCCI Suspends Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul Ahead of Ind vs Aus ODI Series, Troubled Duo Likely to Return Home

Australia Playing XI: Aaron Finch (c), Alex Carey (wk) Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Nathan Lyon, Peter Siddle, Jhye Richardson, Jason Behrendorff.

India (From): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w), Dinesh Karthik, Ravindra Jadeja, Kedar Jadhav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Yuzvendra Chahal, K Khaleel Ahmed.